A synergistic formula offering comprehensive gastrointestinal health and function support

Introducing GI Regenerate – A New Supplement for Gut Health

GI Regenerate is a new probiotic supplement designed to support gut health. The unique blend of clinically-proven gut-supporting strains in GI Regenerate has been shown to promote digestive and immune health, making it an easy-to-take supplement that can be taken once daily with or without food.

Why Gut Health Is Important for Overall Health and Well-Being

Gut health is important for overall health and well-being, as a healthy gut can help protect against conditions like obesity, diabetes, heart disease, and inflammatory bowel disease. 

Probiotics are live bacteria and yeasts that are good for your health, especially your digestive system. Prebiotics are non-digestible fibres that act as food for probiotics, helping them to grow and flourish in the gut, assisting with overall gut health.

What Is a Leaky Gut? And How Does It Impact Gut Health

Leaky gut is a syndrome that some scientists and natural health practitioners have identified where minuscule gaps appear in the gut, allowing toxins and other compounds through. This results in constipation, bloating, gas, poor immune function, lack of focus, fatigue, and joint pain.

To prevent this, the gut lining needs to be fortified so those harmful substances cannot pass through and affect us. The GI Regenerate formula is specifically designed to do that. GI Regenerate is a natural supplement to support the gut lining, helping to stop allergens, toxins and disease from getting into the bloodstream.

Tips for Improving Gut Health

The gut is a complex system that plays a vital role in overall health and well-being. Improving gut health can be achieved by making simple lifestyle changes, such as eating a healthy diet, exercising, and reducing stress levels.

Many different supplements are available that can help improve gut health; however, it is important to speak with a healthcare professional before starting any new supplement regimen.

Our GI Regenerate supplement provides an easy way to improve gut health. The ingredients in our supplement help repair the lining of the gut, which can be damaged by inflammation, and help to increase the production of healthy bacteria in the gut, which can help to improve digestion and overall health.

How GI Regenerate Can Help Improve Your Gut Health

If you want to improve your gut health, GI Regenerate is an excellent option. This supplement can help rid your body of harmful bacteria, improve digestion, and support overall health. 


GI Regenerate Benefits:

  • Promotes the health of the intestinal mucosa 
  • Maintains intestinal permeability by supporting the integrity of the small intestine 
  • Supports mucosal health and normal inflammatory responses 
  • Maintains healthy bowel function and promotes regularity 
  • Contributes to the health of the gut-associated immune system

Here are some tips on how to take advantage of the benefits of GI Regenerate:

  1. Start by taking GI Revive regularly for best results. The more often you take it, the better!
  2. Follow the directions that come with your product carefully. Do not overdose or take it if you have any pre-existing conditions or illnesses that could be aggravated by probiotics, such as diarrhoea or irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
  3. Be sure to include plenty of good-quality fibre in your diet along with GI Regenerate for optimal results. Fibre helps to promote regularity and keep your gut healthy and functioning properly.
  4. Finally, drink plenty of water before and after taking GI Regenerate to help flush out toxins and maintain hydration levels in your gut.

The Science: GI Regenerate Ingredients

Our GI Regenerate supplement is formulated from best-in-class ingredients, each with its own unique offering. They include, but are not limited to:

Zinc Carnosine  

In addition to being mucosal-protective and anti-ulcerative, zinc carnosine also protects the intestinal lining. It supports tight junction integrity against damage caused by intense exercise or certain anti-inflammatory medications, including combating H pylori. 

NSAID indomethacin was shown to increase gut permeability in healthy subjects when zinc carnosine was compared to a placebo. The placebo arm experienced a threefold increase in gut permeability, while the zinc-treated group did not show any significant changes.

A study with patients with small bowel injuries caused by extended use of low-dose aspirin showed significant reductions in the number of reddened lesions and erosions/ulcers when zinc carnosine was taken for four weeks compared to untreated controls. Our formula prefers zinc carnosine, which is zinc complexed with the amino acid L-carnosine in a 1:1 ratio chelate, as it remains in stomach juice without rapid dissociation and adheres more effectively to ulcerous lesions. After that, zinc and L-carnosine are separated, and the affected tissue heals.  


The amino acid glutamine plays a critical role in the health of intestinal cells. In addition to being their primary fuel, it is also necessary to repair and maintain high-turnover tissues such as the epithelial cells of the intestinal lining. In the body, glutamine is abundant; however, prolonged physiological or metabolic stress can cause glutamine stores to deplete. The effects of supplemental L-glutamine include immunomodulatory, anti-catabolic/anabolic, and mucosal protection of the gastrointestinal tract.

In addition to building glutathione, it may also function as an antioxidant. A variety of physiological stressors and catabolic states increase the requirement for glutamine, including trauma, infections, burns, and other physiological stressors. It has been shown that glutamine deficiency causes severe intestinal degradation, which supplementation may enhance. 

Supplementation with glutamine has been shown to reduce inflammation and GI distress caused by exercise-induced small intestinal permeability increases. Intestinal permeability must be maintained in order to prevent a “leaky gut.” Incompletely digested proteins, peptides, and other compounds may gain access to systemic circulation if intestinal permeability increases, resulting in systemic inflammation and possibly contributing to the aetiology of chronic inflammatory diseases and autoimmune diseases. 

Methylsulfonylmethane (MSM) and Quercetin 

These anti-inflammatory substances may help prevent increased intestinal permeability by reducing chronic inflammation. Aside from providing direct anti-inflammatory effects by stabilising intestinal mast cells, quercetin may also be an antioxidant that promotes tissue health.

N-Acetyl Glucosamine 

The amino acid N-acetyl glucosamine (GlcNAc) regulates inflammation in mucosal cells and aids in structural support. By supplementing with GlcNAc, glycosaminoglycans (GAGs) may be produced more effectively, supporting mucosal health and reducing intestinal permeability.

DGL, Aloe Vera, Slippery Elm, Marshmallow, Chamomile, Okra, and Cat’s Claw 

The use of each of these botanicals in gastrointestinal disorders dates back centuries. As well as supporting healthy intestinal function, these mucilaginous and relaxing herbs can promote the healing of ulcers and inflamed tissue and reduce cramping from the relaxing effect of their compounds. 


An intestinal epithelial cell normally secretes mucin, a glycoprotein. In addition to coating the intestinal lining, it is one of the most significant parts of the innate immune system. It serves as a front line of host defence and a breeding ground for commensal microorganisms. In addition to neutralising gastrointestinal antigens, it may also reduce inflammation and tissue damage caused by food allergies, gastrointestinal issues and dysbiosis by contributing to a healthy mucosal layer. As well as protecting epithelial cells against physical and chemical injury, mucin is a lubricant to facilitate the passage of materials through the gastrointestinal tract. 

Prune Powder and Citrus Pectin 

These two ingredients can maintain regularity without the harmful effects of herb laxatives like senna. Prunes support healthy bowel function as a natural source of sorbitol and chlorogenic acid.

The Best Way to Take GI Supplements

There are different forms of GI supplementation – however, at Human Performance Hub, we recommend powder form.

Recommended Usage and Guidelines

The suggested dose is 8g (1 tablespoon) in water in powder form in-between meal times.

The benefit of powder versus the capsule form is that the powder is easier to take and likely faster to absorb in the stomach. Personal preference will be key in determining whether you go for the capsule or powder format.

Order GI Regenerate From Human Performance Hub Today

A large part of our immune system is housed in the gastrointestinal tract, essential for digesting food and the key to preventing illness.

That is why it is essential to look after your gut health and promote a healthy microbial balance.

GI Regenerate by Human Performance Hub acts as gut health insurance, promoting overall gut health and healthy bowel movements.

Put your gut health first by ordering GI Regenerate today.

Further Reading

Wanting to dive further into the wonderful world of gut health? Check out our articles and resources on the subject:

🔗 L-glutamine benefits for your gut, brain, muscles and more…

🔗 Foundation Series: Gut and Brain – The Immune system

🔗 Leaky Gut, Gluten, and Inflammation: What’s the Connection?

🔗 Resource: GI Microbial

🔗 Resource: Digestzymes


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