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All of Klora’s formulas are inspired from current scientific literature and research to produce the best results for our customers

The gut-mind-body axis

More than 2,000 years ago, Hippocrates, the father of modern medicine, suggested that all disease begins in the gut. Today, science has shown us that the microbiota in the gut are essential for development, nutrition, and overall health of the host.

Inflammation and dysbiosis have become global public health issues associated with an imbalance in gut function and its connection to the neurological system. Chronic, systemic inflammation is now believed to be one of the leading drivers of some of the world’s most serious conditions.

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Ho•me•o•sta•sis

The state of steady internal, physical, and chemical conditions maintained by living systems.

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Klora Gut-Renew prebiotic and postbiotic capsule

Our unique blend of ingredients

Klora sources only the highest-quality of ingredients from trusted domestic suppliers. We require certificates of analysis and perform third-party testing.

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Papain

Extracted from the raw fruit of the papaya plant. Papain breaks down tough meat fibers and hard to digest protein. It has been used for thousands of years as a digestive aid in its native South America.

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Bromelain

Found in pineapples which help break down proteins and help digest food. It is also used to combat diarrhea and is thought to counteract some of the effects of intestinal pathogens such as Escherichia coli.

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Amylase

Enzymes that act on starch in food. They are required to digest carbohydrates (polysaccharides) into smaller units (disaccharides), and then, eventually converting them into even smaller units (monosaccharide), such as glucose which can aid in absorption.

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Protease

Enzymes whose function is to break down proteins. Proteins that you eat are not absorbable until they are first broken down by proteases into their basic building blocks which are called amino acids.

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Cellulase

Enzymes that break down cellulose, an indigestible component of the cell walls of fruits and vegetables. By breaking down the cell wall with cellulase, the nutrients from plant-based foods are made more available for absorption.

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Lactase

Enzymes that help to break down lactose (a primary sugar found in milk). It works by breaking lactose into two simpler sugars (galactose and glucose). Many people, either by genetics or by advancing age, are deficient in the ability to produce lactase.

2'FL ingredient in Klora's gut-renew formula

2’FL

A powerful human milk oligosaccharide (HMO) prebiotic that is identical to the molecular structure found in breast milk. It helps immune function by feeding the good bacteria and by increasing microbiome diversity.

Butyrate ingredient in Klora's gut-renew formula

Butyrate

Butyrate in the form of Tributyrin provides energy for the cells in the large intestine. It promotes the formation of healthy digestive cells, modulates immune function and helps the integrity of the GI barrier.

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We love your questions!

Our team of science nerds and health experts can’t wait to give you answers.

What is the Gut, Mind, and Body Connection?

Simple Answer: There is a shared connection between your gut, brain and body. This unique relationship indicates that your gut health can have profound impacts on mood, performance and longevity.

Scientific Answer: The gut microbiota appears to influence the development of emotional behavior, stress/ pain-modulation systems, and brain neurotransmitter systems. Evidence suggests that endocrine and neurocrine pathways, may be involved in gut microbiota–to–brain signaling. Improving your gut health can absolutely help your mental clarity and mood!

(Reference: J Clin Invest. 2015;125(3):926-938. https://doi.org/10.1172/JCI76304.)

What do the terms gut microbiome, gut microbiota and gut flora mean?

The gut microbiome (gut flora) is the all of microorganisms, bacteria, viruses, protozoa, and fungi, and their collective genetic material that is in the gastrointestinal tract (GI). It plays important roles in both the maintenance of health and the pathogenesis of disease.

Gut microbiome “dysbiosis” means that there has been an alteration in the composition and function of the gut microbiome its barrier.

Can I take Gut-Renew and Bloat-Digest supplements together?

Yes! Many people have issues with bloating and digestion and our Vegan Bloat-Digest Enzymes can be used with Gut-Renew.

What’s the difference between “good” and “bad bacteria”?

The gut microbiome has both “good” and “bad” bacteria residing inside of it. They are both kept in balance by a healthy gut barrier function and immune system. When the “bad” bacteria dominate then dysbiosis can occur. This leads to an imbalanced gut microbiota which can cause inflammation and other digestive issues.

How is Bloat-Digest different from any other digestive supplements?

The Bloat-Digest formula is a proprietary blend of enzymes derived from non- animal sources. They include Papain, Bromelain, Amylase, Lactase, Protease, and Cellulase. Unlike most digestive enzyme formulas, Bloat-Digest specifically targets different aspects of digestion and the large variety of foods you may consume.

How is Gut-Renew different than any other supplements?

The Gut-Renew capsules are a combination of two powerful ingredients that help promote good bacteria and support the cells of the digestive system at the same time. 2’Fl is a powerful human milk oligosaccharide (HMO) prebiotic that is identical to the molecular structure found in breast milk. It helps immune function by feeding the good bacteria and by increasing microbiome diversity.

Butyrate in the form of Tributyrin provides energy for the cells in the large intestine. It promotes the formation of healthy digestive cells, modulates immune function and helps the integrity of the GI barrier.