Help Curb Cravings & Appetite—Naturally—With GLP-1 Probiotic

The morning muffin. Pizza for lunch. A frappa-crappa-sugar-ino to keep you going in the afternoon. Are you more of a salty person or a sweet person? We ask, because we know it’s one or the other, sometimes both. The shared human craving for something we don’t really need. The shared human caving for something we wish we could control. We’ve all been there. The oof, I shouldn’t have eaten that. (Fast food french fries seem like a great idea until after you’ve eaten them.)

Cravings are a basic human function, but so is GLP-1. Call it a hormone, a peptide, a 30-amino acid incretin…we like to call it a miracle. You mean to tell me the body has the ability to resist cravings and curb appetite? And we can empower that ability with a simple daily probiotic? Naturally??

Introducing GLP-1 Probiotic

GLP-1 Probiotic is a multi-strain probiotic that empowers you to take control of your metabolic health by naturally increasing GLP-1*, an “un-hunger” hormone that sends a message to your brain that you’re full. Your body already makes this hormone, but now you’ve got the power to boost it to help curb your appetite and reduce cravings. Formulated with the triple threat of next-generation strains Akkermansia muciniphila, Clostridium butyricum, and Bifidobacterium infantis, with GLP-1 Probiotic, you can consider those cravings…crushed.

So what is GLP-1?

GLP-1 (short for glucagon-like peptide 1) is a natural hormone produced in your gut in response to eating. As GLP-1 is produced, it tells your pancreas to release insulin, which helps your body use the sugar from food for energy, effectively lowering your blood sugar. In addition, as GLP-1 is produced, it sends a message to your brain that you’re full, reducing your appetite and your cravings. In short, this powerful gut hormone helps maintain a healthy weight.

GLP-1 Probiotic: It’s what’s inside that counts

So how can we naturally increase GLP-1 production with a simple probiotic? Glad you asked. GLP-1 Probiotic is formulated with powerful bacterial strains that help produce GLP-1 naturally*. Let’s break it down…

Akkermansia muciniphila 

Akkermansia is a type of beneficial bacteria that comprises up to 4% of the gut microbiome in healthy people. However, many people are either low in Akkermansia or don’t have it at all in their gut microbiome. Akkermansia is important for both gut health and overall health, but GLP-1 Probiotic is formulated with Akkermansia because it secretes a protein called "Akkermansia muciniphila-derived extracellular vesicles" (Akk-ExeVs). These extracellular vesicles contain certain molecules that signal the cells in the  gut to produce more GLP-1*. 

Clostridium butyricum

Clostridium butyricum is another type of beneficial bacteria found in the human gut that plays a role in producing a short-chain fatty acid called butyrate. Butyrate is associated with a spectrum of health benefits including healthy blood sugar response, gut permeability, and immune function. So what does buyrate have to do with GLP-1 production? When butyrate is present in the gut due to the activity of bacteria like Clostridium butyricum, it interacts with the intestinal cells to signal the release of more GLP-1*.

Bifidobacterium infantis 

Bifidobacterium infantis is yet another type of beneficial bacteria found in the gut, helping with digestion, nutrient absorption, the immune system, and gut barrier function. When Bifidobacterium infantis is present and thriving in the gut microbiome, it creates an environment that is conducive to the growth of Akkermansia and Butyricum, two strains that help produce GLP-1. In promoting a balanced ecosystem, Bifidobacterium infantis helps with the production of GLP-1.

Craving control

So that’s how GLP-1 Probiotic increases GLP-1 production, but where’s the proof? Well, check out these stats…


How GLP-1 Probiotic is different

So what's the difference between GLP-1 Probiotic and all the GLP-1 agonist drugs in the market right now? Glad you asked...

But don’t just take it from us

GLP-1 Probiotic is recommended by top health experts, like Ashley Koff, RD and founder of The Better Nutrition Program, who had this to say about this powerful probiotic blend, “One of the best metabolic health investments we can make is to support our body’s natural GLP-1 production. I’m impressed with the results I’ve seen in our customers who have added this blend of probiotics to their personalized nutrition plans.”  

The truth is, your body has the ability to help curb your appetite and reduce cravings, and now you have the ability to empower it to increase your GLP-1 production naturally* through the power of your gut microbiome. There’s no sugarcoating it…GLP-1 Probiotic works. 

Content is for educational purposes only and has not been evaluated by the Food & Drug Administration. Statements and products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
*Based on preclinical studies

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