Are You Ready to Reset?

You Need a Reset... Here's Why:

In today’s world, it’s harder than ever to stay on top of our health. Environmental toxins and pathogens constantly assault our bodies, confronting our immune systems and impeding healthy function. Processed foods devoid of nutrients impact the digestive system, and make it harder for our bodies to get the vitamins and nutrients they need. Plus, modern realities like chronic stress and interrupted sleep can make it feel like we are always 3 steps behind when it comes to our health. 

We created the Reset to make staying one step ahead a little bit easier. Our 28-day program delivers everything you need to reset and revitalize gut health. 


It All Starts in the Gut /

Why gut health? Because it all starts in the gut. A healthier gut means a stronger immune system, better digestion, weight loss, even better sleep and improved energy levels. Recent studies have even demonstrated that a healthier gut can benefit cognitive health (think: stress levels and mood) in what is now being called “the microbiome-gut-brain axis.” [1]-[2]

The 28-Day Gut Check delivers everything you need to get gut health back on track -- 70+ ingredients from vitamins A - E, to astragalus, echinacea, prebiotics, probiotics and more, all in easy-to-use daily packets. Plus, our science-backed approach uses a different formula each week, strengthening gut health step-by-step for a more effective reset.


Why the Weekly Rotation? 

Rather than taking what you might call a “spray and pray” approach, our innovative system tackles one thing at a time, delivering targeted nutritional support for a different area of gut health each week. 

Plus, because you’re not taking the same generic pill every day, we can ensure that you get the right ingredients, in the optimal amounts and combinations for the best health benefit. For example: Did you know that when taken together, antimicrobials and probiotics can effectively cancel each other out? That’s why we deliver antimicrobials to kill off harmful bacteria and toxins in week 1, followed by pre and probiotics to fuel healthy bacteria in week 3. We also deliver stronger doses of ADEK vitamins in shorter, week-long bursts, because when taken everyday over an extended period of time, these fat-soluble vitamins can lead to toxicity. [3]–[5]


“Certain vitamins are very beneficial for key aspects of health, but you just don’t need to take them every day.” Brenda Gregory, Reset Logic’s nutritionist


To put it simply, our 4-step system delivers everything you need the smarter way to ensure you get the best possible health benefit.

Let’s take a closer look at each week: 


Week 1/ Cleanse

Get started with a 7-day cleanse to flush waste from the body and clear the way for proper function. Antimicrobials like garlic and oregano help kill toxins and pathogens that have built up in the body over time, while ingredients like milk thistle, burdock root and cascara sagrada help your detox organs (think: large intestines) flush waste from the body. [6]–[12]


Week 2/ Greens 

Up next: 7 days of our powerful greens blend. Inflammation in the gut can cause a long list of unpleasant symptoms (think: poor digestion, unstable blood sugar levels, fatigue…) That’s why week 2 delivers powerful anti-inflammatories like rose hip and alfalfa to help alleviate harmful inflammation in the body. Plus, antioxidants like astragalus and manganese help protect your cells and DNA from oxidative damage, and ingredients like pea protein and alpha lipoic acid help the body manage levels of glucose and “bad” LDL cholesterol in the blood. [13]–[21]


Week 3/ Probiotics

Where most probiotic supplements deliver only 2 strains of probiotics -- the “good” bacteria in your gut -- week 3 of our program delivers 6. You’ll also get prebiotics like apple powder and slippery elm bark to help probiotics thrive. Plus, we included gut-healing compounds like glutamine and aloe vera to provide total gastrointestinal support. [22]-[24]


Week 4/ Immune Max

Round out your 28-day Reset with total-health support in week 4. Vitamins A, D3, E, B vitamins, calcium and copper deliver core nutritional support. Ingredients like vitamin C, zinc, echinacea, turmeric, and fulvic acid kickstart immune health. Top it all off with adaptogens like rhodiola rosea and bacopa monnieri to benefit cognitive function. [25]-[31]


Your Gut Needs a Regular Reset /  

Consistency is key. After 28-days, your gut will be healthier than ever. But over time, factors like toxins and pathogens, processed foods, chronic stress and bad sleep will have you right back where you started. Stay one step ahead with a regular gut Reset (every 3-4 months!). 

Get started with your first Reset today!

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