Ageless Biome® — Advanced Postbiotic & Gut Health Supplement

Ageless Biome® — Advanced Postbiotic & Gut Health Supplement Ageless Biome® — Advanced Postbiotic & Gut Health Supplement
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The “Missing Link” of Your Gut Health Routine

  • Features the postbiotic butyrate as tributyrin for optimal absorption and bioavailabilityFootnote
  • Features MicrobiomeX®, which is a first-in-class Flavobiotic®, a prebiotic that promotes the body’s natural production of postbioticsFootnote
  • Represents a multi-faceted approach to promote healthy levels of butyrate through a dynamic duo of postbiotics PLUS prebioticsFootnote
  • Supports proper balance and diversity in the gut microbiota, including richness in butyrate-producing bacteriaFootnote
  • Provides nutritional support to help nourish the cells of the gut and to help seal the gut liningFootnote
  • Supports healthy immune system function, a healthy inflammatory response in the gut and proper signaling of the body’s anti-aging pathwaysFootnote
  • Non-GMO, gluten-free, third-party tested for potency and meticulously screened for contaminants

The “Missing Link” of Your Gut Health Routine

  • Features the postbiotic butyrate as tributyrin for optimal absorption and bioavailabilityFootnote
  • Features MicrobiomeX®, which is a first-in-class Flavobiotic®, a prebiotic that promotes the body’s natural production of postbioticsFootnote
  • Represents a multi-faceted approach to promote healthy levels of butyrate through a dynamic duo of postbiotics PLUS prebioticsFootnote
  • Supports proper balance and diversity in the gut microbiota, including richness in butyrate-producing bacteriaFootnote
  • Provides nutritional support to help nourish the cells of the gut and to help seal the gut liningFootnote
  • Supports healthy immune system function, a healthy inflammatory response in the gut and proper signaling of the body’s anti-aging pathwaysFootnote
  • Non-GMO, gluten-free, third-party tested for potency and meticulously screened for contaminants
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More than likely, you’ve heard about probiotics and prebiotics. The latter is essentially the food that fuels the former, and of course, probiotics are known as live microorganisms (mainly friendly bacteria) that co-exist symbiotically within us and confer an array of health benefits, helping our bodies work properly.

But what you may be less familiar with are postbiotics. Essentially, postbiotics are the metabolic by-products of bacterial fermentation. More simply put, postbiotics are what probiotics make when they feed on prebiotics.

Fermentation 101 aside, here’s what really matters to YOU: Postbiotics, which are sometimes referred to as “metabiotics”, represents one of the—if not THE—primary means by which probiotics help our bodies stay healthy. That bears repeating: The beneficial effects of the microbiota are mediated by postbiotics. In other words, postbiotics are the “endgame” of prebiotics and probiotics, and arguably, why those are considered so important for human health.

While the category of postbiotics refers to a number of metabiotics, the most well-known and researched are short-chain fatty acids (SFCA), and more specifically, a SFCA called butyrate. Research shows, for example, that butyrate is important for…

  • Fueling the colonocytes, the cells that line the gut (i.e., it nourishes and helps seal the gut lining)
  • Supporting proper immune system function
  • Supporting a healthy inflammatory response in the digestive tract
  • Supporting balance and diversity in the gut microbiota
  • Supporting the body’s natural anti-aging pathways
  • Supporting metabolic wellness
  • Supporting brain health and cognitive function
  • Supporting proper appetite signaling and regulation

Clearly, butyrate plays an intricate role in whole-body health, supporting the normal and proper function of a variety of bodily systems and pathways. Along those lines, healthy levels of butyrate are contingent on a number of factors, not the least of which include:

  • A healthy, diverse diet rich in an assortment of fermented foods, colorful fruits and vegetables and other plant-based foods, providing a variety fermentable fibers and other prebiotic compounds (e.g., polyphenols, flavonoids); and
  • A properly balanced gut microbiota that’s rich in a diversity and contains a sufficient abundance of keystone species, including butyrate-producing bacteria.

When it comes to diet, unfortunately, most people are missing the mark. For instance, few people routinely consume any low-sugar fermented foods (e.g., sauerkraut, kimchi, kombucha, yogurt) let alone an optimal amount (e.g., 2 - 6 servings) daily.

At when it comes to fiber, less than 5% of the general population gets enough fiber, and on average, Americans get less than ½ of the recommended amount. Most people are consuming only about 15 grams of fiber per day, whereas a good target is between 30 - 40 grams per day.

What about fruits and vegetables—should we even go there? According to the CDC, only 1 in 10 Americans consumes the bare-bones minimum recommendation for fruits and vegetables, which provide dietary fiber and fermentable prebiotic phytonutrients (e.g., polyphenols, flavonoids) that can have a profound impact on gut health and whole-body wellness.

Add to that the following list of day-to-day insults that can further challenge the gut microbiota: Smoking, alcohol, environmental toxins (e.g., pesticides), traveling, certain over-the-counter and prescription medications, preservatives found in processed foods and stress.

This all adds up to an utter lack of dietary prebiotics and probiotics and a gut microbiota that lacks diversity and richness in keystone microbes, and can you guess what that leads to? A deficiency in postbiotics, such as the all-important butyrate.


Image Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7468815/

While a healthy diet and lifestyle form the underpinning of gut health, the good news is that you can take quick and efficient action to promote a healthy gut and healthy levels of butyrate, and that’s exactly what Ageless Biome was formulated to do.

In fact, Ageless Biome represents a multi-faceted approach to promote healthy levels of butyrate through a dynamic duo of postbiotics PLUS prebiotics, as it features:

  • The postbiotic butyrate as tributyrin for optimal absorption and bioavailabilityFootnote
  • MicrobiomeX®, a natural, research-backed extract from citrus fruit that consists of specific flavonoidsFootnote

With tributyrin, Ageless Biome provides a “shortcut”—or, “hack”, if you will—to raising levels of butyrate in the gut. You may recall that butyrate serves as the main fuel for the colonocytes, and in doing so, it is essential for proper gut barrier function (i.e., healthy gut lining) and healthy immune system function. Additionally, butyrate supports a healthy inflammatory response in the gut and is important for the proper functioning and signaling of a number of pathways in the body.

Meanwhile, MicrobiomeX® is a first-in-class Flavobiotic® that itself provides a unique dual effect on gut health. For starters, research has shown that the flavonoids in MicrobiomeX® act as prebiotics, positively modulating the composition of the gut microbiota, promoting its richness and diversity. Along those lines, supplementation with MicrobiomeX® has been shown to increase butyrate production.

But that’s not all. As the prebiotic flavonoids in MicrobiomeX® are metabolized by the microbiota, additional metabiotics are released in the gut, and these postbiotics directly support a healthy gut lining and proper gut barrier function by providing antioxidant support.

Fill the “missing link” in your gut health routine and support optimal gut health daily with Ageless Biome!

Ageless Biome

 

Coming Soon!

 

More than likely, you’ve heard about probiotics and prebiotics. The latter is essentially the food that fuels the former, and of course, probiotics are known as live microorganisms (mainly friendly bacteria) that co-exist symbiotically within us and confer an array of health benefits, helping our bodies work properly.

But what you may be less familiar with are postbiotics. Essentially, postbiotics are the metabolic by-products of bacterial fermentation. More simply put, postbiotics are what probiotics make when they feed on prebiotics.

Fermentation 101 aside, here’s what really matters to YOU: Postbiotics, which are sometimes referred to as “metabiotics”, represents one of the—if not THE—primary means by which probiotics help our bodies stay healthy. That bears repeating: The beneficial effects of the microbiota are mediated by postbiotics. In other words, postbiotics are the “endgame” of prebiotics and probiotics, and arguably, why those are considered so important for human health.

While the category of postbiotics refers to a number of metabiotics, the most well-known and researched are short-chain fatty acids (SFCA), and more specifically, a SFCA called butyrate. Research shows, for example, that butyrate is important for…

  • Fueling the colonocytes, the cells that line the gut (i.e., it nourishes and helps seal the gut lining)
  • Supporting proper immune system function
  • Supporting a healthy inflammatory response in the digestive tract
  • Supporting balance and diversity in the gut microbiota
  • Supporting the body’s natural anti-aging pathways
  • Supporting metabolic wellness
  • Supporting brain health and cognitive function
  • Supporting proper appetite signaling and regulation

Clearly, butyrate plays an intricate role in whole-body health, supporting the normal and proper function of a variety of bodily systems and pathways. Along those lines, healthy levels of butyrate are contingent on a number of factors, not the least of which include:

  • A healthy, diverse diet rich in an assortment of fermented foods, colorful fruits and vegetables and other plant-based foods, providing a variety fermentable fibers and other prebiotic compounds (e.g., polyphenols, flavonoids); and
  • A properly balanced gut microbiota that’s rich in a diversity and contains a sufficient abundance of keystone species, including butyrate-producing bacteria.

When it comes to diet, unfortunately, most people are missing the mark. For instance, few people routinely consume any low-sugar fermented foods (e.g., sauerkraut, kimchi, kombucha, yogurt) let alone an optimal amount (e.g., 2 - 6 servings) daily.

At when it comes to fiber, less than 5% of the general population gets enough fiber, and on average, Americans get less than ½ of the recommended amount. Most people are consuming only about 15 grams of fiber per day, whereas a good target is between 30 - 40 grams per day.

What about fruits and vegetables—should we even go there? According to the CDC, only 1 in 10 Americans consumes the bare-bones minimum recommendation for fruits and vegetables, which provide dietary fiber and fermentable prebiotic phytonutrients (e.g., polyphenols, flavonoids) that can have a profound impact on gut health and whole-body wellness.

Add to that the following list of day-to-day insults that can further challenge the gut microbiota: Smoking, alcohol, environmental toxins (e.g., pesticides), traveling, certain over-the-counter and prescription medications, preservatives found in processed foods and stress.

This all adds up to an utter lack of dietary prebiotics and probiotics and a gut microbiota that lacks diversity and richness in keystone microbes, and can you guess what that leads to? A deficiency in postbiotics, such as the all-important butyrate.


Image Source: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7468815/

While a healthy diet and lifestyle form the underpinning of gut health, the good news is that you can take quick and efficient action to promote a healthy gut and healthy levels of butyrate, and that’s exactly what Ageless Biome was formulated to do.

In fact, Ageless Biome represents a multi-faceted approach to promote healthy levels of butyrate through a dynamic duo of postbiotics PLUS prebiotics, as it features:

  • The postbiotic butyrate as tributyrin for optimal absorption and bioavailabilityFootnote
  • MicrobiomeX®, a natural, research-backed extract from citrus fruit that consists of specific flavonoidsFootnote

With tributyrin, Ageless Biome provides a “shortcut”—or, “hack”, if you will—to raising levels of butyrate in the gut. You may recall that butyrate serves as the main fuel for the colonocytes, and in doing so, it is essential for proper gut barrier function (i.e., healthy gut lining) and healthy immune system function. Additionally, butyrate supports a healthy inflammatory response in the gut and is important for the proper functioning and signaling of a number of pathways in the body.

Meanwhile, MicrobiomeX® is a first-in-class Flavobiotic® that itself provides a unique dual effect on gut health. For starters, research has shown that the flavonoids in MicrobiomeX® act as prebiotics, positively modulating the composition of the gut microbiota, promoting its richness and diversity. Along those lines, supplementation with MicrobiomeX® has been shown to increase butyrate production.

But that’s not all. As the prebiotic flavonoids in MicrobiomeX® are metabolized by the microbiota, additional metabiotics are released in the gut, and these postbiotics directly support a healthy gut lining and proper gut barrier function by providing antioxidant support.

Fill the “missing link” in your gut health routine and support optimal gut health daily with Ageless Biome!

Ageless Biome

 

Coming Soon!