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FAQ3: What does RESTORE do?

“It is important for people to know that RESTORE produces a significant outcome for gut health. I use it in my Virginia clinic as a foundation for helping to create a strong immune system and gut biome. Microbiome balance and tight junction integrity are widely recognized to constitute a major portion of the human immune system, and directly affect DNA transcription of human cells to promote optimal health and prevent a leaky gut, improving gut intelligence. The well-proven biology of Restore demonstrates its role as a foundational resource in your pursuit for optimal health,”  says Zach Bush, MD, CEO and co-founder of Biomic Sciences, LLC.  Dr. Bush is board certified in Internal Medicine, Endocrinology and Metabolism, and Hospice Care.

Zach Bush MD
Founder and CEO of Biomic Sciences, LLC, producer of the RESTORE supplement product line.

Seventy percent (70%) of our immune system is found in our gut. We need tens of thousands different strains of good gut bacteria to support a healthy immune system. Clinical experience, in addition to cell culture studies, support the theory that RESTORE’s proprietary formula creates the optimal environment in the gut to create a tight junction barrier and maintain our health and wellness. RESTORE is a daily liquid supplement designed to support the protection of the entire gastrointestinal (GI) tract against agricultural herbicides, antibiotics, GMOs, gluten and food-borne toxins by helping to create an environment where between 20,000-30,000 different strains of good gut bacteria thrive. Most probiotics on the market contain fewer than 24 different strains of good gut bacteria.

RESTORE supports a healthy immune system.

In the above image, on the top left are normal small intestine cells. The green represents the tight junction barrier between cells. On the top right are the normal small intestine cells with RESTORE added. Here, the tight junction barrier doubles in size as represented from the green.  Please read through the FAQs page for more information.

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