Gatekeepers of Your Gut Health

Study on How RESTORE Supports Gut Health

If you have not seen them, here are images of tight junctions in small intestine cells opening with gluten (PT-gliadin) on the left & remaining closed when RESTORE is added along with gluten on the same small intestine cells.

Restore supports gut health

Restore Supports Gut Health

On the top left are normal small intestine cells. The green represents the tight junction barrier between cells. On the top right are the normal small intestine cells with Restore added. Here, the tight junction barrier doubles in size as represented from the green and supports gut health.

The bottom left are small intestine cells with gluten. Here, you see a gap between cells, which represents intestinal permeability.

The bottom right are small intestine cells with both gluten and RESTORE. Here, you see that there is no gap between cells, which illustrates RESTORE’s ability to protect small intestine cells from tight junction or epithelial barrier dysfunction caused by gluten (PT-Gliadin).

Restore’s Protective Effect on the Gut

The graph below illustrates this same story of RESTORE’s protective effect on the gut. Veh represents the normal small intestine cells. The y-axis represents the tight junction barrier integrity.

gluten small intest graph

The ability to protect tight junction integrity has the potential to dramatically improve the health of the population and significantly reduce healthcare costs.

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

About the Author

About the Author: David Roberts holds a Masters in public health from the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health with more than 20 years of experience working in quantitative research and has done public health work on three continents. He sees poor gut health as a leading public health crisis of our day and proper nutrition as the solution. He currently serves as Chief Public Health Officer for Biomic Sciences. .


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