Your stomach contains hydrochloric acid to help you break down the foods you eat. This acid would damage the delicate lining of your stomach wall if not for a protective coating of mucus. Gastro-Ease™ contains a unique form of zinc plus a patented strain of Lactobacillus reuteri to support this protective stomach layer.
Benefits at a Glance:
- Promotes stomach health and comfort1,2
- Supports a healthy stomach wall at the cellular level3-5
- Protects and maintains the stomach’s mucosal lining6
- Helps maintain a healthy stomach environment7,8
More facts about Gastro-Ease™
Zinc, a trace element essential for many functions in your body, also promotes stomach health in a variety of ways.9,10 And when combined with the amino acid-derived carnosine (as zinc L-carnosine), the effects are even more pronounced.11 This is because zinc L-carnosine offers a comprehensive approach to protect your stomach lining and promote gastric health.
A unique form of zinc promotes gastric health
Zinc L-carnosine gets delivered directly to the stomach wall, where it sticks much more tightly than either zinc or carnosine alone, so the beneficial effects of both components specifically target the site where protection is most needed.3,4 It also promotes a healthy inflammatory response12, supports a healthy stomach wall and environment,5,13,14 and encourages the production of protective mucus.6 Zinc L-carnosine supplementation also promotes digestive comfort.
Several clinical studies showed that 150mg daily of zinc L-carnosine significantly reduced factors associated with gastric discomfort in just eight weeks.2,15,16
A specific probiotic promotes healthy stomach flora balance
Pylopass™ is a patented strain of L. reuteri beneficial bacteria. This specific strain helps to promote healthy stomach flora by selectively binding with a specific bacterium that can affect the protective mucus layer and the health of your stomach.7,8
Support a healthy and protective stomach lining and promote a balanced stomach environment with Gastro-Ease™!
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