LSU Med School grad develops new dietary supplement to improve gut health

April 24, 2018

A new supplement wrapped up testing at the Pennington Biomedical Research Center and claims it can help improve gut health that is lacking in most modern diets.

“BiomeBliss”, from LSU Medical School graduate and New Orleans Native Dr. Mark Heiman says there’s a lot of research showing Americans are lacking the proper bacteria in their stomachs.

“We went with pre-diabetics because most of us in this country are pre-diabetic. So this is for people who really are healthy, but probably don’t get enough of these micro-nutrients.”

Heiman says between processed foods and low carb diets, people are losing out on nutrients are that crucial to helping your body stay healthy, slim, and regular.

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