- Hard-to-Digest Foods No Longer Stand a Chance
Dr. Danielle personally formulated this high-quality Digestive Enzymes blend with the needs of your gut in mind. A good gut contributes to a healthy immune system. Gut Assist offers comprehensive support for your digestive health.
- Supports Gas, Bloating & Discomfort
Take 1 Capsule Before You Eat – 13 different strains of Digestive Enzymes to support gut health, digestive wellness, and stomach comfort.
- Support Your Gut Flora & Enzyme Levels as You Age
Support gut bacteria and enzymes that your body may not be producing as you age.
- Achieve digestive comfort now! A great companion product to Gut Assist Leaky Gut Repair drink mix powder.
Dr. Danielle’s Digestive Enzymes are physician formulated supplements with a natural Enzymes, to promote healthy digestion for men and women. Digestive Enzymes help the body comfortably digest proteins, carbohydrates and fats resulting in improved nutrient absorption and less digestive discomfort.
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