Restore 4 Life Trace Mineral & Lignite Liquid For Improved Wellness and Digestion Balance Available in 16 oz and 32 oz
Helps Maintain a Healthy Immune System
Restore is unlike any supplement on the market. Made in the US, Restore is a soil-derived, scientifically-backed mineral supplement that creates a firewall against toxins entering the gut wall. Restore helps create a biological environment for good gut bacteria to grow and flourish, to support
What is RESTORE?
RESTORE is and incredible new product design to support gut health.
What does RESTORE do?
70% of our immune system is in our gut. Clinical evidence, in addition to cell culture studies,
Why should I be taking RESTORE?
Most Americans eat a diet high in
How does it work?
Through state-of-the-art scientific studies conducted at prestigious university laboratories and compelling anecdotal evidence from people who use RESTORE, we know that by keeping the gut healthy and functioning optimally, we can block gut sensitivity to gluten and other damaging chemicals and address a host of gastrointestinal tract issues. In short, RESTORE nurtures the
What is in RESTORE?
RESTORE is comprised of a plant-based mineral supplement, lignite, and deionized reverse osmosis water, stable carbon organics with a full spectrum of trace soil minerals, mineral salts, platinum group elements, and castor oil. Deionized reverse osmosis water contains virtually no impurities one would find
In making RESTORE, we combine all the ingredients and then use proprietary, multi-step state-of-the-art good manufacturing processes that
It is important to note that many other supplements on the market have many of the same raw materials as RESTORE, but some may cause significant kidney toxicity, increasing kidney cell death (the most sensitive cell we can test) by more than 250% within hours of exposure.
What is the dose of RESTORE?
For general health, one teaspoon three times per day, preferably thirty minutes before meals. It has little taste and can be taken alone or in non-chlorinated water.
What are tight junctions?
Tight junctions are like a rock-solid defensive line of a football team, protecting the opposing team from scoring any points. In the immune system, they keep things that should not be in the bloodstream
There is a growing body of well-developed science that demonstrates that the tight junction barrier in the gut can be degraded with exposure to gluten and glyphosate (the main chemical in commercial herbicide), causing the intestinal membrane to become leaky. Tight junction degradation in the blood/brain barrier or other body membranes leads to the same leaky condition.
Why is glyphosate so important?
Numerous scientific studies show that glyphosate, the active ingredient in commercial herbicides, is implicated in a wide variety of systemic disorders. Glyphosate works synergistically with other factors, such as insufficient sun exposure, dietary deficiencies in critical nutrients such as sulfur and zinc, and synergistic exposure to other xenobiotics whose detoxification is impaired by glyphosate.
How is RESTORE different from probiotic products?
Very different. A typical probiotic is comprised of between three and thirty different bacterial species. Optimally, a healthy immune system contains 20,000- 30,000 different strains of good gut bacteria or flora. RESTORE is unique in that it may enhance the diversity of the gut bacteria by making the gut environment friendlier to the growth of good gut bacteria.
In fact, taking these simple probiotics continuously to address a complex health challenge actually leads to lack of diversity in the gut, which can negatively impact your health.
Should I take RESTORE if I am pregnant?
If you are pregnant or nursing, consult a health care professional before using RESTORE.
If I take RESTORE and think it is causing me to be constipated, what should I do?
Zach Bush, MD, who holds three board certifications in Internal Medicine, Endocrinology and Metabolism, and Hospice Care, uses RESTORE in his medical practice in Scottsville, VA. Dr. Bush stated, “When my patients first use RESTORE, some of them experience mild constipation. These patients are not drinking enough liquids. There is general scientific agreement that people should consume at least nine glasses of water or herbal teas a day, more if you exercise and even more if you live in a hot and humid area of the country. If you feel RESTORE is causing constipation despite adequate hydration I recommend my patients take Magnesium Malate, 1250 mg, daily at bedtime for adults, half that for children. Also, you can decrease your daily dose of RESTORE in half until your stools return to normal with the above adjustments in hydration and magnesium intake for a couple weeks, then increase back to recommended doses of RESTORE.
If you have any allergic reaction to RESTORE, or if you have any chronic or reoccurring symptoms or illness, consult a
Are there any other adverse effects of taking RESTORE?
Is RESTORE regulated by the Federal Government?
Yes. RESTORE is regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration under the Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act of 1994, Public Law 103-417. Under federal law, the manufacturer must be able to prove its products are safe and its labeling and advertising must be truthful and not misleading.
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