Restore For Gut Health....

"A Ground-Breaking Scientifically Proven Supplement to help heal the foundation to all of your health - your gut"

"I have been in practice for over 23 years and treated over 80,000 different patients. Myself and many of the experts in my industry would agree that our gut health is fundamental to every aspect of healing and maintaining vibrant health. In fact many of us agree that our gut health is the most important element of our health. Many recent books with ground-breaking research have been written on the topic of our gut health such as the new best selling book the Brain Maker: The Power of Gut Microbes to Heal and Protect Your Brain for Life . My purpose has always been to help you live vibrantly, to age beautifully, to live pain-free, feel joy and help you solve your most pressing health issues. The Restore For Gut Health brand new ground-breaking product helps you to heal and maintain health in ways a probiotic and prebiotic can't. I can't recommend it enough!"

~ Dr. Robyn Benson, DOM

Watch the video now to discover how Restore4Life is the first groundbreaking product for helping to restore your gut health. That's right, it's not a probiotic or a prebiotic. Rather, it is a carbon rich, alkaline liquid, with lignite derived trace organics and essential trace amino acids, that promotes an optimal environment in the gut.

  • The hallmark of Restore is that it is based in science. The research has shown Restore to be non-toxic and to support the tight junction cells of the gut lining.
  • Additionally, Restore has been shown both in the laboratory and clinically to help support the functioning of the gut barrier and improve gut health. In experiments, toxins like herbicides and gluten have been shown to degrade the gut barrier. Restore has been shown to promote the strengthening of the tight junction gut barrier in small and large bowel cells for gut health.
  • One of the main elements in Restore is the lignite extract. Lignite comes from decomposed prehistoric matter. As plants decompose, they first form peat, which then turns into humate, then lignite, then leonardite and finally to coal. All of these are rich in carbon. One of the differences between all of these elements is the amount of time and pressure have been applied to them