• Reduce Overall Inflammation

  • Improve Growth of Beneficial Bacteria

  • Improve Mood and Energy

  • Improve Bloating and Discomfort

  • Support Healthy Digestion

The Health of Your Body Is Rooted in the Health of Your Gut

The more I practice medicine, the more I realize that the gut is the most important organ system in the body to create foundational health. This is why I made Gut Food—a transformational, daily “multivitamin” for your gut microbiome.

Mark Hyman, MD

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  • Probiotics

    Live microorganisms that maintain or improve the beneficial bacteria in the body

    Spore-Based Probiotic

    A clinically-validated probiotic called Lactospore®, shown to improve mood, digestion, and IBS symptoms. See Research.

  • Prebiotics

    Foods that fuel the gut bacteria and promote a flourishing microbiome

    Acacia Fiber

    A targeted prebiotic derived from the acacia tree shown to improve leaky gut. See research.

    Galacto-oligosaccharides

    A prebiotic fiber called Bimuno® GOS that has been clinically proven to feed and stimulate the growth of good bacteria in the gut. See research.

  • Polyphenols

    Powerful plant compounds that help maintain a healthy intestinal flora

    Prickly Pear + Olive Leaf Extract

    A proprietary polyphenol blend called Mucosave® comprised of prickly pear and olive leaf extract that has been shown to significantly improve overall gastrointestinal wellness. See research.

    Quercetin

    A powerful antioxidant with anti-inflammatory properties that has been shown to increase the beneficial bacterial, Akkermansia municipalia. See research.

  • Glyphosate

    The world’s most commonly used pesticide in the world and has been shown to have carcinogenic properties. See our transparent lab results here. 

  • Gluten

    Gluten and gluten contamination of products has been linked to increased intestinal permeability. Most products that claim to be gluten free have not been tested. See our transparent lab results here. 

  • Prop 65 Compliant

    Gut Food has been tested for all major heavy metals. Heavy metal contamination in products has been linked to developmental disorders, infertility, cancer, and chronic inflammation. See our transparent lab results here. 

  • Multi-Residue Screen

    An advanced pesticide and herbicide test. See our transparent lab results here. 

Frequently
Asked Questions

Does Gut Food contain sugar, gluten, or dairy?

Gut Food is refined sugar-free, gluten-free, Paleo, vegetarian, and Keto-friendly with only 2 net carbs per serving.

Please note: One of our ingredients is grown on dairy cultures and may contain a small amount of residual dairy. More information here.

What are the benefits of Gut Food?

The ingredients in Gut Food have been shown to improve digestion and symptoms of leaky gut, bloating, and overall gut motility within weeks of consistent use. Long-term benefits include improved mood, immunity, and metabolism as well as improved gut microbiome composition.✝

Who should take Gut Food?

We believe everyone can benefit from intentional daily support for their gut microbiome.

If you’re pregnant, breast-feeding, under the age of 18, or taking medication, please check with your healthcare provider before starting Gut Food. If you have SIBO, please click here for more information.

How do you take Gut Food?

Because everyone's gut is different, we recommend starting slow by taking 1/2 scoop daily for the first week. As tolerated, you can increase to one scoop daily. Each pouch of Gut Food has 30 servings -- enough to last you a month!

Gut Food is best taken in 6 to 8 ounces of room temperature water on an empty stomach. If desired, you can add freshly squeezed lemon or lime juice or add to your favorite smoothie.

What if I'm already taking a probiotic or multivitamin?

If you are loving your current probiotic, you can continue taking it while including Gut Food into your daily routine.

Our spore-based probiotic can replace your current probiotic, but you can take both.

Our Gut Food formula is not a replacement for your daily multivitamin. While we do call it a "multivitamin" for your gut, the ingredients in Gut Food are more gut-specific nutrients (prebiotics, probiotics, and polyphenols), whereas your daily multivitamin contains essential vitamins and sometimes minerals. Most people take both.

Of course, always check with your doctor before adding or changing your supplements.

What can I expect when I start taking Gut Food?

At first, most people notice slight improvements in their overall digestion and bowel frequency. We find that most people tend to notice the most robust improvements after about 8 weeks of continuously using Gut Food.✝

If your gut and digestion are already pretty healthy, you may not notice changes right away, but that doesn't mean that Gut Food isn't working. Positive microbiome shifts can be subtle at first.

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