New bottle. Same ticket to clear thinking, more energy, and a healthy gut.
All-natural and soil-derived, ION* Gut Support goes beyond probiotics to defend you from environmental toxins and diversify your gut microbiome naturally.
There’s a reason why your gut is often referred to as your second brain. When it comes to optimizing the health of your body and your brain, you have to start with your gut.
Now, maintaining a healthy gut and microbiome is easily within reach! Read our testimonials below to see Restore in action...
Gut and skin health go hand in hand...
It may come as a surprise, but there are more similarities than differences between your skin and your gut lining. Both of these physical barriers use tight junctions to control the flow of water, ions, and molecules into your body. Both are defensive in nature, protecting you from toxins. And both the skin and gut are supported by a microbiome that supports the immune response to pathogens.
Beyond these similarities, did you know these supportive barriers can directly affect each other? Research has shown that the gut can influence the signaling pathways that coordinate processes essential to skin health through your vascular system (veins and arteries). Other research indicates that the gut microbiome may migrate directly to the skin allowing the gut to impact the skin from the surface as well.
- The skin microbiome: impact of modern environments on skin ecology, barrier integrity, and systemic immune programming, Susan L. Prescott, Danica-Lea Larcombe, Alan C. Logan, Christina West, Wesley Burks, Luis Caraballo, Michael Levin, Eddie Van Etten, Pierre Horwitz, Anita Kozyrskyj and Dianne E Campbell, Prescott et al. World Allergy Organization Journal (2017), 10:29 DOI 10.1186/s40413-017-0160-5.
- Could tight junctions regulate the barrier function of the aged skin?, Marek Svobodaa, Zuzana Bílková, Tomáš Muthný, Journal of Dermatological Science, 81, (2016), 147–152.
- The Dynamics of the Skin’s Immune System, Alan V. Nguyen and Athena M. Soulika, Int J Mol Sci. 2019 Apr; 20(8): 1811, doi: 10.3390/ijms20081811.
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