90 day gut reboot


Do you have an upset stomach, digestive issues, a high sugar diet, unintentional weight changes, sleep disturbances or constant fatigue, skin irritation or food intolerances?

If the answer is yes, then you could ease these symptoms by rebalancing your gut microbiome.

This 90 Day Gut Reboot holds your hand over three months as you set out to first repair your gut with Revive, moving on to maintain it with Sustain. Keep track of how you feel with a daily diary and get emails from our team to support, motivate and answer your questions.


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your probiotic daily routine

step 1

Take a 15ml tablespoon of 90 day gut reboot every morning before you have breakfast

step 2

Delivers billions of living bacteria to your gut. Brewed to 3.2ph to survive stomach acid

step 3

Say goodbye to gut discomfort and hello to a healthier you with Microbz.

Why choose microbz?

Because it is diverse.

Diversity is key to your gut health. Our probiotics have 15 strains making it a broad spectrum probiotic, with billions of beneficial microbes in every shot.

It’s liquid

So your body absorbs it better and more live bacteria reach the lower part of your gut, ready to get busy.

It's blended

Our probiotics are fermented with traditional herbs and minerals to reduce your inflammation and support your immunity. The herbs and minerals give the microbes what they need to create health, and the microbes help you absorb their goodness.

Herbal ingredients

Slippery Elm

Description

A medium sized tree growing to 20m (65ft) in height. The branches range in colour from red through to orange and brown, growing in a downward direction. The clusters of dense, stalkless flowers are predominantly red in colour. The bark has a slight but distinct odour. The bast or inner bark is traditionally sold in flat pieces 2-3 ft (60cm-1m) in length.

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Demulcent, emollient and nutrient.

Agar Agar

Description

A jelly like substance, usually a pale yellow / orange with tones of gray in colour and found in bundles of thin membranous acgutinated strips. It is a dried hydrophilic colloidal substance.

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Digestive aid, laxative, bone health and brain health

Chaga

Descriptions

Parasitic fungi on birch and other trees. Generally black in colour and not fruit forming in the initial stages. The chaga spores attack weakened wounds of a tree and penetrate causing a white rot. The fruiting only begins when a portion of the tree has been killed by the white rot underneath the bark.

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Anti-viral, anti-microbial, anti-cancer, anti-hyperglycemic, cardioprotective, anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, immune modulator.

Maca

Description

An annual plant which produces a radish like root. The top is a mat like stem of up to twenty scalloped leaves. The root of the maca is typically dried and stored, and is easily kept for at least seven years.

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Anti-fatigue, immunostimulant, aphrodisiac, steroidal, nutritive tonic and adaptogen.

Barley Grass

Description

The grass is the leaf portion of the barley plant (the whole plant growing to 1m or 3ft in height) that remains after the seeds have been removed.

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Anti-cancer, anti-inflammatory, immunostimmulant, digestive, circulatory stimulant.

Ask our nutritionist

I have been a complementary therapist for 30 years trained in holistic, multi-disciplinary approaches of health and wellbeing for all ages. From the start, nutrition and working with nature has been my foundation and 13 years ago I discovered the wonderful world of our microbiome and beneficial microbes which brings it all together and connects us to everything and which I am passionate about. 

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Zara Kirk ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

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