Contains 33 macro & micro nutrients per serve
DIGESTIVE & IMMUNE SUPPORT
This blend supports digestion, optimises immunity, reduces inflammation, combats bloating, gets your skin glowing from the inside out all while optimising your overall gut health.
Our Gut blend is the first Australian Native gut blend on the market. It boasts wild harvested and organic Australian Native ingredients including native seaweed, tasmanian mountain pepper berry, tasmanian mountain pepper leaf and lemon myrtle. Stack all this with natural powerful digestive enzymes, prebiotics, probiotics and a world class scientifically formulated Australian postbiotic formula.
What it does
Our G'day Gut blend is scientifically formulated by our team of naturopaths, nutritionists and food scientists to harness the power of Australian native medicinal plants and fruits. This powerful gut blend uses natural digestive enzymes and fibre to flood cells with nourishing nutrients. On top of this our prebiotic fibre feeds your good bacteria, our probiotic blend populates the gut with beneficial bacteria and our post biotic blend adds another dimension of immune and digestive modulating activity which works very rapidly.
All these ingredients work synergistically together to offset imbalances in the gut created by everyday stressors, sugar, antibiotic use, bad bacterial overgrowth, processed foods, alcohol and an unbalanced lifestyle.
NATURE IS YOUR MEDICINE. CONSUME IT.
Native Australian benefits
NATIVE SEAWEED (FUCOIDAN)
Maritech® fucoidan has been shown through comprehensive research to exhibit diverse benefits in gut and digestive health. Extracted from wild Undaria pinnatifida and Fucus vesiculosus seaweeds, these profound benefits are attributed to the powerful anti-inflammatory and anti-pathogenic bioactivity of Maritech® fucoidan.
Recent research has confirmed the effectiveness of Maritech® fucoidan in reducing gut inflammation and colitis, inhibiting viral and bacterial infections in the GI tract.
TASMANIAN PEPPER BERRY
Traditionally the Tasmanian pepper berry was used to treat colic and stomach aches. The berry contains the compound polygodial, which can be used as an anti-inflammatory to assist in healing gut irritability and protect the stomach lining from potential gut pathogens.
TASMANIAN PEPPER LEAF
The same plant, Tasmannia lanceolata, but instead of the little black berries, the leaves are used. Historically it was used by Aboriginal communities along with the berries or alone as a flavour or to treat oral infections like sore gums and toothaches. It has high antioxidant levels as well as a source of Vitamin E, Zinc, Magnesium and Calcium.
An Australian native whose leaves have been used by Indigenous Australians for thousands of years. Traditionally used to flavour foods, the oil from the leaves have antimicrobial and antiseptic properties that may stop or slow down the growth of pathogenic microorganisms.
Australian Native Ingredients:
- Mountain Pepper Berry Fruit*, Mountain Berry Pepper Leaf*, Lemon Myrtle*, Native Seaweed (Fucoidan)*
Australian Natural Ingredients:
- Pineapple powder**, Green Banana Powder*, Citrus sinensis peel
- Saccharomyces Boulardii, Australian ProBiotic Blend (Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus rhamnosus 5billion CFU at date of manufacture), Australian Post Biotic Blend (Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus rhamnosus, Lactobacillus paracasei, Lactobacillus plantarum, Bifidobacterium animalis ssp. Lactis). 2.5billion NCFU - Total 7.5billion
Other Natural ingredients
- Papaya Powder, Kiwi fruit Powder, Apple cider vinegar powder
Organic/ Wild Harvested Ingredients*
All other ingredients are 100% natural
How to use
Adults 12 years+
Take 1 teaspoon (4g) daily in water, juice or smoothie. Stir Well.
Capsules - take 3 daily
Children 1years -4years
Take 1/4 teaspoon (1g) daily.
Children 5years - 11years
Take 1/2 teaspoon (2g) daily.
** Total serves per pouch = 25
**Taste is neutral with a subtle hint of pineapple & yellow in colour**
All our blends go through rigorous 3rd party testing by a certified TGA lab to ensure potency and purity. Our blends get tested for heavy metals, mould and microbes, vitamin content, antioxidant count & probiotic count.
View the results
If you love to nerd out on all thing’s science, then you’ve come to the right place. Here you can read all the research on all the benefits of the ingredients we have used. Don’t just take our word for it.
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