GI Response from Innate Response is an amazing product for optimizing the gut permeability of the intestinal barrier and the lining of the intestinal tract. It contains glutamine, arabinogalactans, aloe vera, marshmallow root, slippery elm bark and a special dipeptide with L-Alanine and L-Glutamine.
- L-Glutamine may support optimal permeability of the intestinal barrier
- Glutamine is an important fuel for the cells lining the intestinal tract
- Botanicals, marshmallow root and slippery elm bark, for their mucilaginous qualities*
- Recommended for both women and men
- Sweetened with only stevia – no sugar and no agave
- Tested free from gluten, dairy products, soy, GMO, glyphosate, pesticides, herbicides and magnesium stearate
- Premium supplements
- Secure & worry-free shopping
- In stock
GI Response is an amazing product for optimizing the permeability of the intestinal barrier and lining of the intestinal tract. It contains glutamine, arabinogalactans, aloe vera, marshmallow root, slippery elm bark and a special dipeptide with L-Alanine and L-Glutamine. Consume for a maximum of 12 weeks and then take a break for 4 weeks.
Glutamine is one of the 20 naturally occurring amino acids found in protein. The immune system, that is, the body's white blood cells, and the cells of the intestinal tract prefer glutamine to glucose as fuel. Glutamine is also a precursor (starting material) for the body's own antioxidant glutathione.
Arabinogalactans are polysaccharides with varying levels of galactose and arabinose. Arabinogalactans have been consumed by humans for thousands of years as they are found naturally in several vegetables and medicinal herbs. In animal studies, arabinogalactans increase white blood cells and arabinogalactans might also reduce the risk of colds. Arabinogalactans have been shown in animal studies to reduce gastric ulcers and also prevent Helicobacter Pylori from attaching to the gastric mucosa. Arabinogalactans also increase the production of butyrate (butyric acid), a fatty acid that is important for intestinal health. Arabinogalactans reduce the production of ammonia in the intestinal tract.
Aloe Vera has traditionally been used to facilitate digestion. Research shows that aloe vera also reduces aphthous stomatitis (aphthae) also called mouth ulcers, cold sores or canker sores.
Marshmallow root has traditionally been used for gastrointestinal problems and acid reflux but also for coughs, skin irritations and dry mouth.
Slippery Elm Bark has traditionally been used for coughs, sore throats, diarrhea, constipation, hemorrhoids, and IBS. Slippery Elm Bark contains polysaccharides that form a gel considered to be able to soothe the lining of the intestine.
L-Alanine and L-Glutamine in the dipeptide form seem to be able to support the intestinal tract. This dipeptide can be transported directly into the cells of the intestinal mucosa and has been shown in clinical studies to contribute to increased fluid replacement.
|Amount per serving||% of NRV|
|Energy||5 kcal/5,8 kJ|
|Aloe Vera Leaf Extract||300 mg||*|
|L-Alanyl L-Glutamine peptide||200 mg||*|
|Slippery Elm Bark||200 mg||*|
|Marshmallow Root Powder||200 mg||*|
NRV = Nutrient Reference Value
*NRV not established
Natural flavours, citric acid, beetroot juice powder (for colour), rice hull concentrate, steviol glycosides from stevia (Stevia rebaudiana).
Mix 1 scoop (7,9 g) with 3 dl (10 oz.) of water or beverage of choice daily. Maybe be taken anytime throughout the day. Do not mix it into hot beverages. This product is in powder form.
Consume for a maximum of 12 weeks and then take a break for 4 weeks. Do not exceed suggested dosage. Keep out of the reach of children. Food supplements should not be used as a substitute for a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle. Store tightly sealed in a cool, dry place. Do not expose food supplements to direct sunlight, heat or humidity. Manufactured in the U.S.