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Protective Effects of Lignite Extract Supplement on Intestinal Barrier Function in Glyphosate-Mediated Tight Junction Injury


Protection Against Gluten-Mediated Tight Junction Injury with a Novel Lignite Extract Supplement

This is from the Journal of Nutrition & Food Sciences, published  August 29, 2016

National Institute of Health Grant Application 1R43DK103422-01

This is the abstract from New Earth Dynamic’s grant application to the NIH’s National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK).

The objective of this multi-phase SBIR proposal is to complete development and validation of a fulvic acid derivative and soil mineral compound that is prepared to go into large scale production and distribution as the dietary supplement RESTORE. Early clinical data from our multidisciplinary team has demonstrated that RESTORE prevents an increase in tight junction permeability.

RESTORE Protect the Gut from Gluten

Gluten is a protein found in foods processed from wheat and other grains. Our research shows how the gut supplement RESTORE protects large bowel cells from tight junction dysfunction caused by gluten (PT-gliadin).

RESTORE Protects and Repairs the Gut from Glyphosate

This white paper outlines the research (university scientific studies) showing that RESTORE has both a protective mechanism against glyphosate’s insult of the gut membrane wall and a repairing mechanism after glyphosate insult.

Watch a Video on How Restore Works