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In a clinical study, Supergut Shakes including a proprietary resistant starch fiber blend were found to significantly improve metabolic health, digestive health, and overall wellness.
Our clinical study demonstrated significant improvements in metabolic health, including improved blood sugar control and weight loss.
We saw significant improvements in quality-of-life and wellness measures, with 86% of participants showing improvements in one or more of the following dimensions:
Our gut balancing shakes also showed a significant improvement in overall digestive health, with 60% of participants showing improvements in one or more of the following dimensions:
(1) A1C change in Supergut shake arm relative to a placebo shake arm. (2) Weight change achieved during 3 month period spanning end-of-year Holiday period and with very high level of significance (p-value of 0.00022) compared to other study arms. (3) Percent that improved in at least one of these categories: sleep, immune health, energy, mental health/mood, brain fog, overall WHO-5 quality of life score, or overal DDS quality of life score. (4) Percent that improved in at least one of these categories: satisfactory bowel movements, bloating, heartburn, or nausea.
Our breakthrough clinical results validate the power of our patented resistant starch fiber blend, which has been shown to transform health starting with the gut microbiome.Learn more
Source: Pilot study evaluating Fiber Mix impact on post-prandial glucose in healthy individuals consuming breakfast foods.
Lead Scientific Advisor, Supergut
Global Biotechnology & Life Sciences Executive/Advisor
Professor/Director at LSU’s Pennington Biomedical Research Center
Co-Director, Goodman-Luskin Microbiome Center, UCLA
Professor of Clinical Medicine & Clinical Scholar at Keck School of Medicine, USC
Professor, Department of Food Science & Nutrition, CFANS at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Director, Human Microbiome Research Institute & Associate Professor of Medicine, UCLA