GI Stability

Dan Court, CN, CCWFN

Founder of Holistic Wellness Alternatives

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  • With prebiotic 2’-FL: studies show that 2’-FL helps support the growth of beneficial bacteria
  • Designed for everyday and acute gastrointestinal (GI) needs
  • Supports a healthy gut microbiome
  • May help support the immune system
  • Contains Collinsonia Root, which has been historically used to support normal elimination and digestive health*

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Why HMOs are important: HMOs are naturally found in human milk and are linked to long-term development, immune protection, and microbial population cultivation.

GI Stability is a great source for targeted prebiotic action that contributes to a healthy microbiome, and may provide immune system support.*

Formulated to support the growth of beneficial bacteria as well as provide elimination support.*

GI Stability contains a prebiotic that provides the effect that feeds the beneficial bacteria while helping support a healthy gut microbiome.*

How it Works: GI Stability contains 2’-FL, a unique prebiotic HMO (Human Milk Oligosaccharides), that resists digestion and moves directly to the lower GI tract where it becomes effective in feeding selective bacteria.1 Studies show that HMOs have a unique structure that is preferred by beneficial microbes who use them to grow.*

Supporting good bacteria is critical to help the GI maintain microbiome balance and overall well being.

Healthy microbiome helps with:

  • Immune defense
  • Metabolism
  • Modification of phytochemicals
  • Supporting elimination
  • Vitamin biosynthesis
  • Influencing wholebody health

External factors capable of adversely modifying the microbiome and interfering with ideal function include:

  • Antibiotic use
  • Prolonged prescription drug use
  • Dietary changes
  • Gastrointestinal stress
  • Moving to a new country
  • Short-term travel
  • Environmental toxins

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  • With prebiotic 2’-FL: studies show that 2’-FL helps support the growth of beneficial bacteria
  • Designed for everyday and acute gastrointestinal (GI) needs
  • Supports a healthy gut microbiome
  • May help support the immune system
  • Contains Collinsonia Root, which has been historically used to support normal elimination and digestive health

Why HMOs are important: HMOs are naturally found in human milk and are linked to long-term development, immune protection, and microbial population cultivation.2,4 GI Stability is a great source for targeted prebiotic action that contributes to a healthy microbiome, and may provide immune system support.

Supporting good bacteria is critical to help the GI maintain microbiome balance and overall well being.

Healthy microbiome helps with:

  • Immune defense
  • Metabolism
  • Modification of phytochemicals
  • Supporting elimination
  • Vitamin biosynthesis
  • Influencing wholebody health

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External factors capable of adversely modifying the microbiome and interfering with ideal function include:

  • Antibiotic use
  • Prolonged prescription drug use
  • Dietary changes
  • Gastrointestinal stress
  • Moving to a new country
  • Short-term travel
  • Environmental toxins

Formulated to support the growth of beneficial bacteria as well as provide elimination support.

GI Stability contains a prebiotic that provides the effect that feeds the beneficial bacteria while helping support a healthy gut microbiome.

How it Works: GI Stability contains 2’-FL, a unique prebiotic HMO (Human Milk Oligosaccharides), that resists digestion and moves directly to the lower GI tract where it becomes effective in feeding selective bacteria.1 Studies show that HMOs have a unique structure that is preferred by beneficial microbes who use them to grow.

FIGURE 1. Microbial Phylum Diversity15

Based on a 2 week trial, the addition of 2’-FL created a statisically significant change in the microbial diversity levels of Actinobacteria. The Actinobacteria phylum encompasses many beneficial bacteria, including Bifidobacteria, and is an important group of microbes for GI homeostasis.16

FIGURE 2. The GI Tract: The Body’s Largest Immune Organ

Microbial inhabitants make up one of the GI’s protective layers.17 The GI is the body’s largest immune organ, and sustaining GI integrity with selective prebiotics helps influence the development of immune cells to provide support against acute and chronic GI stress.

A 2 week intervention with 5 grams of 2’-FL daily modifies the microbiome.15 Three servings of GI Stability daily delivers 5 grams of 2’-FL.

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2. Marcobal, A., et al., Consumption of human milk oligosaccharides by gut-related microbes. J Agric Food Chem, 2010. 58(9):

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15. Elison, E., et al., Oral supplementation of healthy adults with 2’-O-fucosyllactose and lacto-N-neotetraose is well tolerated

and shifts the intestinal microbiota. Br J Nutr, 2016. 116(8): p. 1356-1368.

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the maintenance of gut homeostasis. Digestive and Liver Disease, 50(5), 421-428. OR Ruan, W., et al., Healthy Human

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18. Kim, D., M.Y. Zeng, and G. Núñez, The interplay between host immune cells and gut microbiota in chronic inflammatory

diseases. Experimental & Molecular Medicine, 2017. 49(5): p. e339-e339.

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the Development of the Gut Barrier. Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety, 2019. 18(1): p. 121-139.

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