- Additional information
- Supports GI Barrier Health
- Boosts Liver Function and Detoxification Pathways
- Promotes Inflammatory Balance and Mucin Production in the GI tract
The mucosal epithelium serves multiple purposes including allowing nutrients from the diet to be absorbed and digested while simultaneously serving as a barrier that protects against unwanted food particles, toxins and microorganisms from passing directly into the body. Mucosagen includes a synergistic blend of ingredients that support the health of the GI lining while maintaining normal inflammatory balance and liver detoxification pathways to support overall health.
2 capsules three times per day or as recommended by your health care professional.
L-glutamine is an amino acid which serves as a primary source of fuel for the small intestines. Epithelial cells in the small intestines (enterocytes) use L-glutamine as their metabolic fuel which helps maintain mucosal growth, structure, and function.
Gamma oryzanol is a natural component of rice bran oil. It is a mixture of ferulic acid esters of sterol and triterpene alcohols. Rice bran oil includes about 1-2% gamma oryzanol, which it functions as a highly effective antioxidant in the GI tract.
N-acetyl glucosamine is the acetylated form of glucosamine. N-acetyl glucosamine is a mucin precursor and has been shown to increase the production of mucus within the GI tract.
Lactoferrin is a glycoprotein that is naturally found in colostrum. It helps maintain normal microbial and inflammatory balance in the GI tract.
Silymarin (Milk Thistle Seed Extract)
Milk thistle (Silybum marianum) is an annual plant indigenous to Europe and the United States and has been used for centuries as an herbal medicine to boost liver function.
N-acetyl cysteine (NAC) is a sulfyhydryl containing amino acid that is commonly used to support liver and gut health.
Mucosagen includes the synergistic nutrient combination of zinc, vitamin A, and biotin, which are crucial for supporting GI health.
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