Directions for taking Cell-Logic ImmunoGenex Pomegranate, Probiotic & Prebiotics for Skin Nutrition
- Add one 10 gram scoop to water, juice, milk, kefir or yoghurt once a day.
Sarah says, “if you have a sensitive gut, start low and increase slow. Starting on a high dose of any prebiotic (food for gut bugs) can cause temporary gas and bloating. Increasing slowly lets your gut microbiome slowly adjust to the increase in prebiotic food being delivered to them.”
Why is it different?
A pleasant tasting and convenient daily supplement that contains well researched antioxidant-rich pomegranate juice powder combined with probiotics and prebiotics for calm, resilient skin and a healthy gut microbiome and gut immune system.
- As the probiotic in Cell-Logic ImmunoGenex has been heat-killed, it does not require refrigeration. If you’ve ever used a probiotic supplement that needs to be kept cold, you’ll understand the challenge of remembering to take it once it’s hidden away in your fridge.
- Keep Cell-Logic ImmunoGenex on your kitchen bench without worrying about your probiotic losing its potency. It won’t fall victim to ‘out of sight, out of mind’!
- Made in Australia
A unique blend of functional food ingredients containing probiotics and prebiotics for skin beauty, from the inside out.
Your gut and skin are in constant communication with each other, and there is now a great deal of cumulative evidence on the role of your gut health and the diversity of your gut microbiome in obtaining and maintaining healthy skin. In addition, the diversity and health of the gut microbiome are linked to a variety of chronic skin conditions such as acne, atopic dermatitis and psoriasis.
The research and traditional use behind the ingredients:
Lactobacillus Plantarum (HK-137)
- The probiotic Lactobacillus Plantarum (HK-137) is found naturally in cultured dairy foods and vegetables such as kefir, sauerkraut and kimchi.
- Lactobacillus Plantarum (HK-137) is a heat-killed probiotic, making it technically a ‘post biotic’ or ‘meta biotic’. Metabolic by-products released from dead probiotics have a range of beneficial effects upon gut and immune health that translate to beautiful and resilient skin from the inside out.
- Heat killed probiotics are safer to use in people who are immune-suppressed, as well as children and infants.
- Lactobacillus Plantarum (HK-137) research shows many benefits on the immune system in the gut and airways, making it an immunobiotic rather than just a probiotic.
- Supports immunity
- Helps to prevent upper respiratory tract infections
- Improves oral health
- Supports production of skin health by enhancing hyaluronic acid production
- Prebiotic to support the good bugs that make a healthy and diverse gut microbiome
- Larch arabinogalactans are a fibre found in the bark of the Larch tree. It contains unique prebiotics for skin that works by feeding the friendly microbes in your gut microbiome. Bacteria in your gut ferment prebiotics to produce short-chain fatty acids. These impact inflammatory responses and help the immune system defend itself against common pathogens in the gut and throughout the body, including skin.
- Indigenous American tribes used poultices from the Larch tree for sores, ulcers, burns and to treat itching.
- Pomegranate juice tastes delicious and is rich in food-based antioxidants and natural vitamin C. It’s been used for thousands of years as a medicinal food and beauty aid.
- Studies also suggest the Pomegranate may also act as a prebiotic by encouraging the growth of good bugs in the gut microbiome.
- Naturopaths and integrative doctors use Pomegranate to help bring the microbiome back into balance when there is an overgrowth of “bad” microbes, a condition known as dysbiosis.