A deeper understanding of the microbiome (your entire gut ecosystem) has changed everything we thought we knew about nutrition, digestion, immunity, and metabolism. Specifically formulated to optimize this ecosystem, Ultimate Microbiome provides prebiotic, probiotic, and postbiotic support. Through an exclusive probiotic blend, our proprietary i26 Hyperimmune Egg Powder, and a powerful Multi-Enzyme Complex, it provides holistic gut health properties not found in any other product.
What exactly are postbiotics? Postbiotics are metabolic byproducts of probiotic bacteria, which seem to be responsible for many of the beneficial effects of probiotics. They may also provide protection against harmful bacteria, which is key to helping regulate your gastrointestinal health.
Who it’s for: anyone seeking a single source for holistic gut health to support digestion, immune function, mood, seasonal allergy relief, skin health, weight loss, and sleep.
What it does: may help:
Stimulate the growth of beneficial bacteria
Supports healthy digestion
Promotes immune health
Promotes relief from seasonal allergies
Promotes skin health
Supports healthy weight loss
Support healthy sleep patterns
What sets this product apart?
A holistic approach to total gut health
Contains our proprietary i26 Hyperimmune Egg Powder, which may eliminate bacterial pathogens and balance immune inflammatory responses.
i26 Hyperimmune Egg Powder patent: prevents, counters, or reduces gastrointestinal damage by administering milk or egg products from hyperimmunized animals.
Contains an Exclusive Probiotic Blend that may:
Prevent harmful bacteria from colonizing the intestine
Increase the gut’s population of beneficial bacteria (aiding digestion)
Help with gut balance and stability
Contains the DigeZyme Multi-Enzyme Complex, which may help break down food so the body can soak up nutrients, digest fruits and vegetables, and break down lactose.
Promotes the production of postbiotics in the body—metabolic byproducts responsible for many probiotic benefits. They may also provide protection against harmful bacteria.
i26 Hyperimmune Egg Powder (2.5 g)
It may help deliver antibodies and complex bioactive immune factors that help eliminate bacterial pathogens and balance immune inflammatory responses.
Inulin (2 g)
A plant-based soluble fiber (prebiotic) that may help stimulate the growth of beneficial gut bacteria, which helps support digestion and sleep. 1, 2
L-Glutamine (1.5 g)
Amino acid that’s been shown to increase blood flow to the gut and plays an important role in immune function. It mayalso promote a youthful appearance in skin. 3, 4
May help provide antioxidant and anti-inflammatory benefits. 7
DigeZyme™ Multi-Enzyme Complex (100 mg)
a-Amylase 2400 DU/g: a digestive enzyme that acts on starch in food, breaking it down into smaller carbohydrate molecules. 8
Neutral protease 6000 PC/g: naturally occurring digestive enzymes that help break down food so the body can soak up nutrients. 9
Cellulase 1100 CU/g: essential for digesting fruits and vegetables. 10
Lactase 4000 ALU/g, Lipase 200 FIP/g]: helps break down the lactose in food so your body can absorb it. 11
Probiotic blend (20 billion CFU)
Lactobacillus: produces lactic acid, which may prevent harmful bacteria from colonizing the intestines 12 and reduce cognitive reaction to sad moods. 13 May also improve quality of life in individuals with seasonal allergies 14 and strengthen the skin barrier. 15 Studies show it may also play a role in healthy weight loss and sleep. 16
Plantarum: it’s believed to bind to intestinal mucosa, increasing the gut’s population of beneficial bacteria, which aids in digestion and weight loss. 17
Rhamnosus: may prevent bad bacteria from colonizing in the body and encourage the growth of beneficial bacteria, such as bacteroides, clostridia, and bifidobacteria. 18
Lactobacillus acidophilus: studies indicate it may help support digestion and healthy weight loss. 19
Bifidobacterium lactis: has been shown to support a healthy gastrointestinal microbiota. 20
Lactobacillus helveticus: studies find it promoted the production of butyrate, which helps with gut balance and stability. 21
Fructooligosaccharides (FOS)]: FOS travels intact through the small intestine to the colon (large intestine), where they support the growth of healthy bacteria in the digestive tract. 22
Consult your healthcare professional if pregnant or nursing or taking medications.
These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease.
Keep out of the reach of children.
This product is manufactured in a facility which may also process milk, soy, wheat, egg, peanuts, tree nuts, fish and shellfish. Contains: Eggs.
Mix one scoop in 8 oz. of water or blend with your favorite shake.
1Food Microbial Sciences Unit, The University of Reading, Reading, UK, 2005
2Department of Psychiatry, University of Oxford, 2018
3Canadian Society of Intestinal Research, 2019
4Save Institute, 2017
5Journal Nature Communications, 2015
6College of Life Science, Anhui Science and Technology University, Fengyang, 233100, Anhui, China,
7Department of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Xuanwu Hospital, Capital Medical University,
8Johns Hopkins University: The Digestive System, 2018
9Harvard Health Publishing, Harvard Medical School, 2018
10Commonly consumed green leafy vegetables for their antioxidant capacity and its linkage with the micronutrient profile, 2017
11Johns Hopkins Medicine, 2019
12University of São Paulo, São Carlos, SP, Brazil, 2013.
13Leiden University, Institute for Psychological Research, Cognitive Psychology, The Netherlands, 2015
14American Journal of Clinical Nutrition (Oxford Academic), 2017.
16 Lactobacillus plantarum and Its Probiotic and Food Potentialities, 2017
17Journal of Functional Foods, 2013
18A review on the health benefits of Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG and Bifidobacterium animalis subspecies lactis BB-12, 2018.
19Role of the gut microbiota in nutrition and health, 2018
20Health and Nutrition Properties of Probiotics in Food including Powder Milk with Live Lactic Acid Bacteria. Geneva, Switzerland, 2011
21Division of Food Microbiology and Bioprocesses, Università degli Studi di Milano, Milan, Italy, 2012.
22Department of Physiology, University of Murcia, Spain, 2014.