Hippocrates, the ancient Greek physician and “Father of Modern Medicine,” once said that all disease starts in the gut.
Although not entirely true, it was a perceptive observation—when gut health is compromised, the risk of disease and disorder rises markedly.
This is because the “gut” is a lot more than just the stomach. It’s your entire digestive system, including your mouth and teeth, esophagus, stomach, and small and large intestines.
You can think of the gut as a long assembly line, with each section performing a separate job, and because of its complexity, there are many ways for it to influence your health and well-being.
In fact, it’s not a stretch to say that the state of your gut will determine much of the quality of your life.
For instance, scientists have discovered that a healthy bacterial landscape in the gut (microbiome) is an important defense mechanism against obesity; many gastrointestinal diseases, such as inflammatory bowel syndrome (IBS) and disease (IBD); mood disorder, brain dysfunction, stress, anxiety, depression, and even autism.
That’s why we created Balance.
It’s a 100% natural gut health supplement that reduces intestinal inflammation, enhances nutrient absorption, and improves carbohydrate metabolism.
That is, Balance improves your body’s ability to process and use the food you eat, and this can reduce bloating and gassiness, increase energy and vitality, and support the metabolism.
The reason it’s so effective is simple:
Every ingredient is backed by peer-reviewed scientific research and is included at clinically effective levels.
That means the ingredients and doses in Balance are based on published scientific research demonstrating real benefits, not the restrictions of razor-thin production budgets or gluttonous profit margins.
In other words, we don’t just claim to have the best gut health supplement on the market—we back it up with real science and real numbers.
So, if you want a healthy and functional gut that supports your mental and physical well-being and protects against disease and dysfunction . . . you want to try Balance today.
You won’t be disappointed.
In fact, if you don’t absolutely love Balance, just let us know and we’ll give you a full refund on the spot. No form or return necessary.
You really can’t lose, so order now and get ready to enjoy a healthier and happier gut that rewards you with less discomfort and distress and more vitality and wellness.
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There are three primary ways to maintain a healthy gut:
Support intestinal cells and bacteria
For a long time, scientists believed intestinal bacteria (referred to as the gut / microbiome) operated essentially as digestive aids, but we now know that the variety and quantity of bacteria affect our overall health and well-being in many ways.
For example, they break down toxic compounds that would otherwise be absorbed into the bloodstream, they can enhance the immune system, and they create health-promoting compounds like short-chain fatty acids, which are molecules associated with a reduced risk of inflammatory diseases, diabetes, and cardiovascular disease. 
Regulate inflammation levels
When the intestines become inflamed, they can’t absorb nutrients as well and digestive discomfort and diarrhea become commonplace.
What’s more, if inflammation becomes excessive, it can lead to serious health conditions like irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), ulcerative colitis (UC), and, in those genetically predisposed to it, Crohn's disease.
Avoid other causes of intestinal damage and irritation
The intestines are remarkably resilient, but their ability to regenerate themselves can become compromised if exposed to too many irritants and harmful molecules.
This often results in diarrhea and cramping, and if it goes on for too long, it can result in nutritional insufficiencies and deficiencies that become harder and harder to correct.
To accomplish these three goals, we must do several things:
- Eat plenty of protein, fibrous fruits and vegetables, and omega-3 fatty acids
- Avoid foods that increase inflammation in the body (like highly processed fare) or cause gastrointestinal discomfort
- Limit the intake of alcohol
Furthermore, we should also exercise regularly and maintain good sleep hygiene, as research shows these activities are intimately associated with gut health and function. 
Supplementation can help as well, by maintaining an abundance of healthful gut bacteria, reducing gastrointestinal inflammation, and protecting against intestinal injury.
That’s why we created Balance.
It’s the result of an extensive scientific review of a wide variety of natural molecules known to enhance digestion, intestinal health and function, gut microbiome activity, and blood sugar control.
Let’s take a look at the formulation.