Professional-grade supplements to support whole body wellness.
Purchase at GACS on the 2nd Floor – In Clinic Only
Gastroenterology Associates of Colorado Springs
1699 Medical Center Point,
Colorado Springs, CO 80907
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Ortho Molecular DGL is traditionally used to support GI-related complaints, and research has shown DGL promotes bacterial balance and a healthy esophageal lining.
- Supports Gastrointestinal Health
- Helps Maintain a Healthy Mucosal Surface in the Stomach
- Promotes a Healthy Esophageal Lining
Approximately 25 million Americans will suffer from GI mucosal complaints at some point in their lifetimes. While such discomfort was originally thought to arise from stress, spicy foods, alcohol consumption, gastric acid production or heredity, today it is known that common bacteria from food is often the root cause. A healthy mucosal lining is of the utmost importance to protect against unwanted organisms from entering the body. Suggested Use:
2 capsules per day or as recommended by your health care professional.
The formula includes GutGard®, a clinically studied form of deglycyrrhized licorice that provides improved control of the glycyrrhized content and a rich source of flavonoids.
Marshmallow root is a traditional soothing herb with a long history of use for coating the gastric lining. Marshmallow root contains mucilage polysaccharides, which swell when mixed with liquid, providing a soothing property to mucous membranes.
Aloe Vera Concentrate
Aloe vera, like marshmallow root and slippery elm bark, is a soothing herb that has been used throughout history and has been shown to maintain normal inflammatory balance. Specifically, studies have shown aloe vera is beneficial to the gastric mucosa due in part by its ability to balance stomach acid levels and promote healthy mucus production.
Slippery Elm Bark
Slippery elm bark is a traditional soothing herb that has been used for centuries. Slippery elm bark is rich in mucilage, which helps maintain normal inflammatory balance.