Homeostasis is when the body is in balance. It means feeling good the majority of the time—not just some of the time. It means being healthy, happy, and well. What can we do to support this awesome feeling? New technologies for isolating natural compounds can help calm the autonomic nervous system and support overall systemic health.
Healthy food choices are a great start to promoting health. However, this represents just the first step. To benefit from all the nutritious components of our food, a healthy digestive system is needed. Transformation's Healthy Gut Program covers "the basics" of enzyme supplementation – digestive, proteolytic, and probiotic products.*
Our enzyme-delivered Immune AV nutritional support formula contains Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Zinc, and Copper. These antioxidants along with L-lysine HCl and the herbs Astragalus, Echinacea, Elderberry, Goldenseal, Milk Thistle, Pau d’Arco, Reishi, Lion’s Mane, Cordyceps, and Quercetin are known to be supportive of a healthy immune system.*
Digestive enzymes promote optimum digestion and nutrient availability as well as support those with occasional food intolerances.* These digestive formulas are taken with meals to aid in the proper digestion, absorption, and utilization of proteins, carbohydrates, and fats necessary for the body to sustain health and vitality.*
In addition to supporting a healthy immune system, optimal flora supports relief from occasional GI discomfort, reduces problems associated with lactose intolerance, and encourages healthy and timely elimination by acting as a natural stool softener.* Probiotics may be taken for occasional constipation, occasional diarrhea, or excess gas and bloating.*
Avoidance of wheat products may not be enough to maintain a gluten-free diet. For example, did you know that gluten is used as a food additive and may be present as a stabilizing agent in salad dressings, ice cream, and even ketchup? Our unique Carbo-G formula was created to complement those seeking a gluten-free lifestyle
by encouraging more complete digestion of grains and absorption of nutrients.*