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Happy GI with Benegut - 180 Capsules Default Category Nutricology
Happy GI with Benegut - 180 Capsules Default Category Nutricology
Happy GI with Benegut - 180 Capsules Default Category Nutricology
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    Happy GI with Benegut - 180 Capsules

    NutriCology Happy GI with Benegut has been discontinued by the manufacturer. 

    Happy GI combines the proven Perilla extract Benegut with modified citrus pectin and traditional botanicals, including bromelain, papaya, cayenne, ginger, fennel seed, oregano, and chlorophyll. It is designed to help resolve temporary gastrointestinal discomfort, and encourage healthy bowel motion and elimination.


     Serving Size 2 capsules Amount Per Serving
    Modified Citrus Pectin 200 mg
    Ginger (Root) Extract 4:1 60 mg
    Perilla (Leaf) Extract (Benegut) 150 mg
    Papaya (Fruit) Extract 5:1 50 mg
    Bromelain 2400 GDU 50 mg
    Fennel (Seed) Extract 4:1 50 mg
    Chlorophyll 40 mg
    Cayenne Powder 40,000 SHU 20 mg

    Other IngredientsHydroxypropyl methylcellulose, microcrystalline cellulose, magnesium stearate, silicon dioxide

    Suggested Use

    As a dietary supplement, 2 capsules two times daily, or as directed by a healthcare professional.

    Warnings: Store in a cool, dry place, tightly capped.

    More Info

    Benegut®: An innovative, high quality, and sustainable natural dietary ingredient that improves temporary gastrointestinal discomfort and improves gut regularity. Ginger: Used in Ayurvedic, Japanese, and Chinese herbology for over 500 years. Ginger oleoresin extracts are found in many GI formulas for their digestive, carminative, laxative, and antacid properties. Bromelain: A group of proteolytic enzymes derived from the fruit and stem of pineapple, comprised largely of cysteine proteases, with acid phosphatase, peroxidase, amylase, and cellulase. Papaya Fruit: Contains fiber, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, and the proteolytic enzymes papain and chymopapain. It is known for its supporting and soothing action on digestion, and is now studied for its other beneficial properties, including immunomodulatory effects. Fennel: Traditionally used in Europe and China for digestive and overall gastrointestinal health. oregano has been used by the Greeks for many centuries in food and as medicine. The volatile oil contains the phenolic compounds carvacrol and thymol. Oregano has been used in traditional cultures to support digestion, the respiratory tract, and for other health benefits. Cayenne pepper: Used as a gastrointestinal and circulatory tonic. It contains capsaicin, known to have antioxidant properties and effects on nerves. Chlorophyll: Used traditionally for its detoxifying and deodorizing properties, and it plays a key role in the body’s essential detoxification pathways. Modified citrus pectin (MCP): Contains gelforming polysaccharides from the cell walls of citrus, a form of viscous dietary fiber. MCP can bind to toxins, supporting gastrointestinal detoxification and execretion