A diverse gut microbiome is essential to a strong immune system. Ion* Biome helps to restore gut health. Gut health is significant. Did you know that 70% of your immune system is produced in your digestive tract? It is true. Therefore, to achieve health, your digestive health must be supported.
Gut Microbiome Diversity
A healthy and diverse gut microbiome in your gut is the key to a strong immune system and optimal health. ION* Gut Health (formerly RESTORE) works at the gut lining to strengthen your barrier function, defend against environmental toxins, and support respiratory wellness.
In addition, this supplement creates the optimal environment for health gut microflora to thrive. Whether or not one diversifies the gut microbiome naturally or with probiotics, IomBiome supports the microflora.
Gut microflora is bio-available. We breath this diverse microflora in while out in nature or when we eat wild-fermented foods.
Protection Against Toxins
Our bodies are under constant attack from harmful substances. These substances enter our bodies a number of ways. Our skin is not the only port of entry. We breathe in toxins and we consume toxins in our diet. Our bodies are designed to defend themselves against toxins.
However, sometimes the toxins overwhelm our systems. Nevertheless, we can support our bodies and strengthen these systems with IonBiome. This supplement along with a clean diet is key to health.
Watch the video below to see how IonBiome helps to regenerate the epithelial lining of your digestive tract. This lining extends from your nasal cavity to your rectum. Hence, the entire lining needs the support of IonBiome.
Regain your health today!
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