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Renew Life Metabolic Boost Pre + Pro + Postbiotic Capsules

3-in-1 Digestive Support with Metabolic Benefits*
$28.29

Level up your gut health routine with a 3-in-1 formula. You get the benefits of a prebiotic and probiotic, and a postbiotic that supports metabolic health and decreased waist circumference—all in one daily capsule.*

Why you’ll love it
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Prebiotic (inulin) feeds good gut bacteria*

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Probiotic promotes digestive & long term gut health*

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Postbiotic supports metabolic health & decreased waist circumference*

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You’ve probably heard all about probiotics and all that they can do for your digestive and immune health. But prebiotics and postbiotics play an equally important part in overall gut wellbeing—and Metabolic Boost Pre + Pro + Postbiotic has all three. Along with well-rounded prebiotic and probiotic support, you get a postbiotic that promotes metabolic health and decreased waist circumference.*
 
Prebiotic
Supplements that go beyond probiotics to also provide prebiotics are getting more and more popular, for good reason. There’s no question that probiotics add to the population of good bacteria in your gut. But in order to do their job properly, they need prebiotics. Prebiotics actually feed probiotics and other beneficial bacteria, so that they can thrive. It can be tricky to know whether you’re getting enough of both from foods alone. 
 
That’s where a supplement like Metabolic Boost Pre + Pro + Postbiotic comes in. The prebiotic here is inulin, a soluble prebiotic fiber sourced from Jerusalem artichoke, that reaches the gut largely intact. There it feeds intestinal probiotics and nourishes the cells that line the colon. 
 
Probiotic
With Bacillus subtilis DE111®^, a clinically studied probiotic strain that’s been shown to support digestive health, this formula helps set the environment in your gut for enhancing gut health, immune support and total gut well-being. Each capsule provides 1 billion CFU, a good base amount [FJ(1] that makes this ideal to take along with your usual daily probiotic.* 
 
Postbiotic
Postbiotics are inanimate organisms or components that form when probiotics and beneficial bacteria in your gut feed on various types of prebiotic food, like fibers, in your colon. While they’re technically considered byproducts of probiotics, postbiotics—along with prebiotics and probiotics—work to support gut health. Metabolic Boost Pre + Pro + Postbiotic Capsules provide Bifidobacterium lactis BPL1™**, a postbiotic that supports metabolic health and decreased waist circumference as part of a healthy lifestyle.*

Everyone experiences the effects of gut health supplements a little differently. Give it some time, and you’ll start to see the benefits of this 3-in-1 formula, which may include continued regularity and decreased waist circumference as part of a healthy lifestyle.*

Prebiotic Support: Inulin from Jerusalem Artichoke (250 mg), Postbiotic Support: Heat-treated Bifidobacterium lactis BPL1™ (34 mg), Probiotic Support: Bacillus subtilis DE111® (1 Billion CFU)

Other ingredients: Capsule (hypromellose, water), rice maltodextrin, organic rice hulls and medium-chain triglycerides.

  • Gluten-Free
  • Dairy-Free
  • Soy-Free
  • Vegetarian capsule
  • Non-GMO Project Verified

For best results, take one capsule daily, with or without food.

What is metabolic health?

Different from but related to cardiovascular health, metabolic health broadly refers to how well the body generates and processes energy. Metabolic health is considered “good” when a person’s blood sugar, waist circumference, blood pressure, cholesterol, and triglycerides are all within a healthy range without using medications.

What are postbiotics?

Postbiotics are inanimate organisms or components that are produced by probiotics during fermentation. Like their more well-known counterparts, prebiotics and probiotics, postbiotics are essential to maintaining gut health. The postbiotic in our Metabolic Boost Pre + Pro + Postbiotic Capsules—Bifidobacterium lactis or BPL1™**—supports metabolic health and decreased waist circumference.*

What is healthy gut bacteria?

Healthy gut bacteria refers to the diverse beneficial microorganisms that live in your gastrointestinal tract. These bacteria play an essential role in maintaining your overall health and wellbeing because they’re involved in digestion (and how your body absorbs nutrients from food) and immune system function. Generally speaking, a healthy gut microbiome will have a balance of different types of bacteria, whereas a lack of diversity in gut bacteria has been linked to certain health problems.

How do I get healthy gut bacteria?

The gut microbiome is complex and affected by your diet, lifestyle and environment. One way to help support the growth of beneficial bacteria—and keep your microbiome in balance—is to eat a well-rounded diet that includes fiber and fermented foods. Incorporating both prebiotics and probiotics into your routine, through diet or supplements, is another way to help nourish different types of bacteria and keep gut health in check. Taking steps to manage stress and prioritize good sleep habits can be beneficial to your digestive—and overall—health.

What is the difference between prebiotics, probiotics and postbiotics?

Though prebiotics and probiotics are more commonly known, postbiotics are another essential piece of the digestive health puzzle. That's why we created our prebiotic, probiotic and postbiotic capsules for well-rounded, 3-in-1 support for gut health. Here’s a quick breakdown:

  • Prebiotics: Unlike probiotics, prebiotics are not living organisms. They are nondigestible food ingredients (usually found in complex carbohydrates) that feed the probiotics and other beneficial bacteria in your gut, so they can thrive. Common sources of prebiotics include chicory root, Jerusalem artichoke, garlic, onions, apples, bananas and carrots.
  • Probiotics: Probiotics are living microorganisms, like bacteria and yeast, that colonize the gut and help benefit digestion and immune health. Probiotics are found in fermented foods (e.g. yogurt, kefir, sauerkraut and kombucha) as well as supplements.
  • Postbiotics: Postbiotics are beneficial substances, including enzymes and short-chain fatty acids, that are produced by probiotics during fermentation.