Advanced Technology and Pharmacology Science–or ATP Science, as it’s now known–began around 2010 when a graphic artist, a scientist, and a businessman got together, liked what they saw in each other, and started the company. They did this in the interest of creating unique products that are “best in class,” as well as changing the supplement industry through their educational podcasts, The ATP Project.
With their Gutright digestive formula, their focus isn’t so much on adding more microbes to your system as it is in creating a healthy, balanced microbial environment for the good bacteria already in you. They do this by reintroducing compounds once common in our diets that we now don’t consume enough of: skins, fiber, peel—the nutritious whole food, in other words.
There are plenty of gut health supplements on the market, such as Previlli and Total Restore, so how do you know if GutRight is the right choice for you? We’ll take a more in-depth look at this supplement with our ATP Science GutRight review. Read on to learn more!
It Balances The Ratio Between Good Bacteria And Bad
Gutright is neither a prebiotic or probiotic, and instead works with both to produce an overall healthy and balanced gut. While many probiotics and prebiotics can help in this manner, none do so as thoroughly as one which addresses the root problem of unhealthy gut bacteria colonies: a poor environment for them to live in, stemming from our depleted modern diet.
No Worries About Heat
Heat kills probiotics, which makes them hard to store and even harder to cook with, and many polyphenols are destroyed by high heat in prebiotics. Not only can GutRight be stored at room temperature, but it also makes an outstanding nutritional addition to many recipes, and can withstand cooking temperatures.
It Can Be Taken Daily With No Side Effects
GutRight is wonderfully safe in that it’s…food, simple as that. It’s safe for nursing mothers, and while the Modbiotic diet plan is recommended along with it, there are no dietary restrictions.
Granted, continuing a poor diet while relying on a supplement for gut health isn’t the best approach, so don’t expect a miracle in a bottle so much as one component of a complete and comprehensive health plan.
Loaded with antioxidants, fiber, and polyphenols, ATP includes this South American superfood in their mix.
Apple Peel Extract
Pectin is a soluble fiber found in abundance in apple and other fruit peels, and since we too-often peel our fruit, we don’t always get enough.
Barley Sprout Powder
Black Cherry Extract
Loaded with antioxidants and other anti-inflammatory compounds, black cherry extract works to boost the immune system, detoxify muscles, and possibly even improve sleep.
Oxidative stress impairs bowel movements, which broccoli sprouts can help to improve. In fact, one 2017 Journal of Clinical Biochemistry and Nutrition study showed that “…intake of 20 g of BS… significantly enhances defecation with no side effects in healthy human subjects.”
Cacao Fruit Powder
Fiber and magnesium are two things that help your digestion, and cacao fruit powder is rich in both. Plus, it is an antioxidant powerhouse that can reduce inflammation to further improve digestive (and overall) health.
Ceylon Cinnamon Bark Extract
Ceylon cinnamon—AKA “true” cinnamon—is rich in anti-inflammatory compounds, and can improve your body’s ability to fight infection while lowering blood sugar.
Cranberry extract works at balancing microbial communities and also helps prevent UTIs.
Daikon contains antioxidants which induce bile flow, and it also contains digestive enzymes for improved breakdown of proteins, carbohydrates, and fats.
Ginger Root Powder
Ginger has long been associated with digestive health for its soothing properties, and it also has metabolites which build up in the gut to improve overall digestive health, including the induction of bowel movements.
Green Ladyfinger Banana Starch
Loaded with digestion-friendly soluble fiber, green ladyfinger banana starch is an outstanding low glycemic prebiotic.
Hibiscus Flower Extract
A rich source of antioxidants, hibiscus is also a cleansing diuretic to help flush toxins from the body.
Kale contains sequestrants which prevent bile from being reabsorbed by the digestive system, and is also a rich source of prebiotic fiber, digestion-friendly magnesium, and antioxidants.
Larch is a source of a compound called arabinogalactan, which is a type of dietary fiber that ferments to produce fatty acids that improve colon health.
Nutmeg contains powerful antioxidants to combat inflammation, and it also has antimicrobial properties that can help balance the body’s probiotic strains.
Along with powerful antioxidants and fiber, pomegranate peel contains tannins which reduce swelling in the intestines and hemorrhoids while tightening up the intestinal lining for improved digestion.
While more studies are needed for proof, rosemary has long been used in Europe to combat indigestion, and Germany’s Commission E has even approved it for this use.
Loaded with inflammation-fighting antioxidants, Schisandra also helps maintain a healthy liver function.
Does GutRight Work?
The direct response to whether GutRight works as advertised is ‘yes’—though you also need to do your part. By that, we mean this is one component of a balanced health system in which diet, probiotic, and personal habits are also included.
For instance, while using this product along with a diet high in unhealthy processed foods will improve your digestion, it won’t be in the form of long-term revitalization and digestive health. Instead, this creates something of a “one step forward, two steps back” approach, and the same goes for antibiotic use, or even overuse of sanitizing agents on a daily basis.
Altogether, it is recommended that along with this product, you adhere to a modbiotic diet, or diet naturally containing fiber, pulp, skins, peels, and seeds, as well as careful consideration to the health of internal bacteria. This should also include the use of a quality probiotic for optimum results.
Who Is GutRight Best For?
GutRight is for anyone not getting enough variety in their diet, which in our modern world means most of us.
While children under 15 can use the product, it should only be in a practitioner-recommended dose. The company also recommends against use by breastfeeding mothers due to ethical reasons.
The product is also an outstanding source of antioxidants and other compounds known to improve heart health, reduce the risk of many chronic diseases, and improve immune function.
Claims vs. Reality
So long as GutRight is used as directed, those not getting enough variety in their diets should see a marked improvement in both gut and overall health.
Is GutRight Safe?
It is likely that you will experience excess gas, pooping, and odor at first, which is your body flushing out the bad stuff while it balances your gut.
Other than that, allergies to Gutright’s individual ingredients should be explored before committing to the product, and it’s also important to stick by the recommended dose, which, if exceeded, may cause various health concerns.
- Antioxidant Capacity and Other Bioactivities of the Freeze-Dried Amazonian Palm Berry, Euterpe oleraceae Mart. (Acai)— https://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/jf0609779
- Sprouted Grains: A Comprehensive Review— https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6413227/
- Diversity of Kale (Brassica oleracea var. sabellica): Glucosinolate Content and Phylogenetic Relationships— https://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/acs.jafc.6b01000
- Daily intake of broccoli sprouts normalizes bowel habits in human healthy subjects—https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5773831/
- Cranberry extracts promote growth of Bacteroidaceae and decrease abundance of Enterobacteriaceae in a human gut simulator model—https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6850528/#:~:text=Cranberry%20extracts%20and%20whole%20cranberry%20powder%20modulate%20a%20human%20gut,reservoir%20of%20UTI-causing%20Enterobacteriaceae
- Digestion of larch arabinogalactan by a strain of human colonic Bacteroides growing in continuous culture— https://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/jf00105a009
- Antioxidant and Choleretic Properties of Raphanus sativus L. Sprout (Kaiware Daikon) Extract—https://pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/jf061838u
- Ginger in gastrointestinal disorders: A systematic review of clinical trials—https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6341159/
- In vitro gastrointestinal digestion of pomegranate peel (Punica granatum) flour obtained from co-products: Changes in the antioxidant potential and bioactive compounds stability—https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1756464615004880
Where To Buy GutRight
Gutright sells for $46.99 for a 1-month supply on their website, and if you subscribe to monthly purchase, you receive an additional 15% discount to bring it to $39.94 each month.
In addition to their website, the product is available through many online retailers, including Amazon and select independent stores.