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Want to improve your health but don't know where to begin? Starting with our most popular products that customers swear by can make things easy. It also helps to understand why our products work so well to do what they were designed to do — support and maintain a healthy gut. As research has now proven beyond the shadow of a doubt, good health starts in the gut.1 Parkinson's, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis, chronic fatigue syndrome, allergies and asthma, the common cold, obesity, sleep quality, and many more conditions have all been linked to the health of the gut.2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10
The Body Ecology Bestsellers: Top 3
Body Ecology Bestseller #1: CocoBiotic
Just 2 to 3 ounces per day:
- Gluten-free, soy-free, dairy-free, vegan
- Organic, non-GMO probiotic made with all-natural ingredients
- Incredible Revolutionary Probiotic that helps hydrate and cleanse*
- Helps heal leaky gut and improve digestive health11,12*
- Helps control yeast overgrowth13*
One of the key reasons that CocoBiotic is such a super probiotic is due to its bioavailability as a fermented liquid food, rather than an ordinary capsule supplement. This way, the beneficial microflora in CocoBiotic's unique fermented beverage can withstand harsh stomach acids to reach the walls of the intestine and recolonize it more effectively than capsule probiotic supplements.
- Made from organic grains and wild-crafted coconuts that are not sprayed with any chemicals.
- Utilizes Grainfields proprietary FermFlora natural organic fermentation process.
- Contains a smart blend of beneficial bacteria and yeast specifically chosen to work in a symbiotic or mutually beneficial way.
- Also contains prebiotics, the beneficial enzyme-producing yeasts that friendly bacteria love to feed on.
How to Use: Drink 2 to 3 ounces per day; drinking 2 ounces with a meal can help to promote digestion. Can be used by adults and children.
What Customers Say: "I wake up at night with stomach discomfort and I've found that taking 1 to 2 ounces of Cocobiotic is more effective than antacids in getting relief and it starts things moving thru the digestive tract. Sometimes antacids did not help me get relief, so far, drinking a little Cocobiotic late at night has been effective every time. Thanks again for this wonderful product," Michael says.
Body Ecology Bestseller #2: Probiotic Protein Shake
Get nothing but the good stuff:
- Gluten-free, soy-free, dairy-free, and guilt-free
- A complete, vegan protein that helps you shed excess weight and build muscle*14,15
- 15 grams of protein per serving
- Delicious flavor without all the bad stuff
- 100% fermented for maximum bio-availability of nutrients
- Probiotic power to feed a healthy gut
- Supports your immune system and reduces inflammation*16
- An organic and complete protein that is easy to digest.
- A vegan protein powder that isn't filled with harsh anti-nutrients.
- Supports the immune system and buffers inflammation.*
How to Use: Mix 1 scoop with 8 ounces of water or other liquid and enjoy! Can be used by adults and children.
Body Ecology Bestseller #3: Vitality SuperGreen
Benefits for the common condition of leaky gut* — formulated with ingredients shown to maintain a healthy gut lining:17,18,19
- Non-GMO, soy-free, dairy-free, vegan
- Strengthens immunity so you feel more energetic and vibrant*
- Offers an excellent source of complete nutrition — easily assimilated protein, enzymes, vitamins, minerals, lignans, essential fatty acids, nucleic acids, and beneficial microflora*
- Provides healthy food for beneficial microflora — a potent, mineral-rich blend of fermented algae and red marine algae20
- Fermented to magnify bioavailability*
- Rich in antioxidants
- Detoxifies the body to help maintain a healthy weight*
- Unlike many superfoods on the market today, Vitality SuperGreen tastes great!
What makes Vitality SuperGreen different from all the other green drinks on the market today? Why is ours so special? With a unique focus on nourishing the inner ecosystem, this very alkalizing formula, especially created by Donna Gates, will soothe and help rebuild the lining of your intestines. A generous amount of nutrient-rich elements like L-glutamine, FOS from chicory inulin, GMO-free Sunflower Lecithin, and aloe vera extract (200:1) help establish and maintain a healthy mucosal lining.
- Excellent source of complete, easily assimilated protein, enzymes, vitamins, minerals, lignans, essential fatty acids, nucleic acids, and beneficial microflora.
- Newly reformulated to include fermented algae, fermented greens, and sunflower lecithin.
- A must each morning and as an afternoon pick-me-up.
- Helps to rebuild and strengthen immunity and to create new vitality.
How to Use: Add 2 scoops (or more) to 8 ounces of filtered water. As part of a high-energy weight loss program, substitute Vitality for your breakfast meal. If you want to gain weight, you'll find Vitality SuperGreen provides that extra nourishment when taken along with a larger meal. Can be used by adults and children.
What Customers Say: "This is an amazing product. It definitely helps my thyroid to function better. I know this because when using it consistently I require less medication. Also has helped me with adrenal issues. I would not want to be without it," Patty says.
*This statement has not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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- Madhusudana Rao Chikka, Charumathi Anbalagan, Katherine Dvorak, Kyle Dombeck, Veena Prahlad. The Mitochondria-Regulated Immune Pathway Activated in the C. elegans Intestine Is Neuroprotective. Cell Reports, 2016; 16 (9): 2399 DOI: 10.1016/j.celrep.2016.07.077.
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