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ATP Science has recently released Gutright, which came with a highly anticipated launch. It’s designed to improve digestion health, and ATP have conducted the research and studies to support its promises. Most of the info on this product is pretty complex and detailed, so we’ve broken it down to explain the basics.
In introducing the product, ATP explains how general health has globally declined over the last 50 years with an increase in conditions like obesity, diabetes, autism, anxiety and depression, gut problems, allergies and cardiovascular diseases. In exploring causes for this increase in health conditions and diseases, ATP point to an imbalance in gut bugs as the key problem.
Gut bugs play an active role in our metabolic, immune and inflammatory systems Gutright helps balance the ratios of ‘Good’ (bacterioidetes) and ‘Bad’ (firmicutes) bacteria in our gut.
Firmicutes are the sugar feeding bacteria that create inflammation and slow our metabolism. Bacterioidetes are the fat feeding bacteria that block inflammation and boost our metabolism.
Balancing these bacteria helps create an anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, anti-fungal and anti-parasitic environment of gut bacteria to help reduce firmicutes and increase bacterioidetes.
ATP suggests that changes in food is the cause of this imbalance in gut bugs. Changes in farming and agriculture, food storage and consumption habits mean that a typical diet is very different to what it once was. Generally, food has more sugar whilst having less fibre, micronutrients and antimicrobial, antibacterial and antifungal compounds. We also don’t eat with the seasons anymore, meaning that we generally have access to the same foods all year round with modern farming and food storage practices. Whilst we may have a balanced diet, we don’t have a varied diet and we eat a lot of the same foods every day. This lack of variety fuels certain microorganisms and can cause deficiencies of others.
Gutright is a gut product that doesn’t focus on solely being a prebiotic or probiotic, but instead is a modbiotic. Modbiotics are antimicrobial, antifungal, antibacterial compounds that reduce “bad” bugs and increase “good” bugs.
ATP claims that Modbiotics are supposed to be in the skin, peel, seeds, shoots, outer leaves, pulp and fibre of our foods but they have disappeared. Gutright can help compensate and replace the missing modbiotic compounds.
Gutright can help:
Take 3 serves daily with meals for the fist 10 days to reset the gut and kill of inflammatory bacteria.
After 10 days reduce dose to 1 serving per day as a healthy maintenance dose- best taken at night as it aids in digestion and takes about 10 hours to move through your system, keeping you regular in the morning.
Review from Glen, from our Melbourne Stores:
Based on the extensive ingredient list, it looks like a really healthy and complete greens formula. It will not only aid in gut and digestive health but also in hormonal regulation, immune system and other bodily systems support. Should do a good job at keeping your body functioning optimally over time at a maintenance dose.
Generally, over the first 2-4 days people may find themselves uncharacteristically irritable, also a bit nauseous at times but this clears after day 4 or 5. It tends to make you a little gassy for majority of the 10 days, however this is pleasantly suppressed after the 10 days of bacterial die off. When your guts are in good working nick (for some people that are super healthy, this may be upon starting) after the 10 day protocol, you tend to feel quite clear and almost euphoric after you take it as its feeding the good bacteria and increasing your sense of well-being.
The first 10 days may be uncomfortable but it’s simply the product doing its job and killing off what you don’t want in your body. There is light at the end of the tunnel and you’ll feel great after.
You can find out more about Gutright and buy it here. Feel free to send through any questions or head in store to find out more.
Author – Katy Roubin