Overhaul your Gut Health with the 3-in-1 Gut Nutrition System from Meluka Australia

Are you tired of feeling bloated and uncomfortable after meals? Do persistent bouts of gas leave you feeling self-conscious and frustrated? If so, you’re not alone. Digestive issues like bloating and gas are common problems that can significantly impact your daily life, not only affecting your physical comfort but also taking a toll on your confidence and overall well-being.

What causes gut health imbalance?

Uncomfortable bloating and excessive gas can be caused by various factors, including poor diet, stress, imbalanced gut bacteria, and digestive disorders. That’s why finding an effective and natural solution to address these concerns is essential.

Maintaining a healthy gut is crucial for overall well-being. With increasing awareness of the gut microbiome’s significance, researchers and healthcare professionals have been exploring innovative solutions to optimise gut health. One such product is Meluka Australia’s new 3-Step Functional Gut Nutrition System; CLEAN+, SEAL+ and CARE+. The 3-Step System is combination of carefully formulated gut health supplements that target the root causes of bloating and gas, providing relief and restoring digestive harmony. By nourishing the gut microbiome, reducing inflammation, and supporting healthy digestion, Meluka offer a holistic approach to achieving optimal gut health.

What is the Functional Gut Nutrition System?

Harnessing the power of prebiotics, probiotics and postbiotics, these triple action gut nutrition powders provide a total of 21 billion CFU’s per serve. CFU’s, or Colony Forming Units, are a measure of the good bacteria cells that are capable of forming colonies (and in this case, getting to work in your gut microbiome!).

Meluka Australia’s unique Lactobacillus rhamnosus Beebiotic MAP01® probiotic strain is derived from beehives. This is then combined with a blend of prebiotics, other probiotics and some postbiotic strains as well as selected functional superfoods to target gut wellbeing. The powder is easily dissolved in water or other drinks so it’s easy to incorporate into your daily routine.

Meluka Australia’s CEO, Ben Rohr, says “Consumer awareness of gut health and its importance for overall wellbeing is at an all-time high in Australia and around the world right now. Our scientists developed this unique range based on top reported gut health concerns our consumers were experiencing.”

The complete Gut Nutrition System helps to reset, rebalance and nourish the digestive system. The three products can be used together if an individual is looking for a wholistic approach to kickstart their gut health. They can also be used individually to target specific gut health concerns.

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Meluka's 3 Step Nutrition System

CLEAN+ Gut Nutrition:

For a gut health reset, the CLEAN+ powder helps to restore the gut microbiome by supporting the natural cleansing process of your digestive system. Specialised strains pf prebiotic, probiotic and postbiotics are combined with superfoods such as celery, black cumin and milk thistle to address symptoms such as bloating, flatulence, digestive discomfort and skin concerns.

SEAL+ Gut Nutrition:

This specialised triple-action powder combines prebiotics, probiotic and postbiotic strains with hydrolysed marine collagen and nutrient-rich ingredients including chamomile, lemon balm and turmeric to alleviate symptoms of bloating and gas. The SEAL+ product can be used to support leaky gut symptoms by helping to restore balance and support for intestinal junctions. Symptoms of a leaky gut can include diarrhoea, weight management concerns and skin problems.

CARE+ Gut Nutrition:

The final piece of the puzzle – nourishing the gut microbiome. This powder contains specialised strains known to support intestinal nutrient absorption and superfoods such as papaya, beetroot and turmeric, which are naturally high in antioxidants and enzymes that fight inflammation and aid digestion. The CARE+ powder is designed to improve energy levels and ongoing digestive wellbeing. It would be best suited to someone who is experiencing ongoing fatigue, stress or insomnia.

What's the difference between prebiotics, probiotics and postbiotics?

Prebiotics are like special foods for the good bacteria in our gut. They are types of fibres or carbohydrates that we can’t digest ourselves, but they act as food for the beneficial bacteria living in our intestines. When we eat prebiotics, they make their way to our colon (the last part of our digestive system), where the bacteria can eat them. By having this special food, the good bacteria grow and become stronger, which is important for a healthy gut.

Probiotics are living microorganisms, such as bacteria or yeast, that are good for our gut. They are kind of like friendly soldiers that help our digestive system stay healthy. When we consume probiotics, they go into our gut and work alongside the good bacteria that are already there. They help balance the bacteria in our gut and make sure that the good ones outnumber the harmful ones. Probiotics also do things like aid in digestion, support our immune system, and fight against bad bacteria that can make us sick.

Postbiotics are the helpful substances that are made by the good bacteria in our gut, specifically the probiotics. When the probiotics eat the special foods (prebiotics), they produce different compounds as a result. These compounds are called postbiotics. One important type of postbiotics are short-chain fatty acids (SCFAs). SCFAs provide energy to the cells that line our colon, help keep our gut healthy, and even have anti-inflammatory effects, which means they can reduce inflammation in our body and make us feel better.

So, to sum it up…

Prebiotics are special foods that the good bacteria in our gut eat.

Probiotics are live microorganisms that are like friendly soldiers in our gut, helping to keep it healthy.

Postbiotics are the helpful substances produced by the probiotics when they eat the special foods.

Gut Naturopath, Danielle Elliot from Tummy Rescue Clinic says, “Probiotics and postbiotics have a very anti-inflammatory effect on the gut and adding them to your gut changes the environment to make it more hospitable for the good bacteria already living there. This range from Meluka also contains herbs that can really help calm and soothe symptoms such as bloating, gas and pain.”

Attention to detail in creating a premium health supplement...

Meluka Australia is an organic certified farm, committed to sustainable farming practices. Keeping their soil strong and their bees healthy is their key priority. This commitment to best practice carries through to the end product.

The 3- Step Nutrition System products have been formulated into a highly dissolvable powder, with a pleasant taste (just a hint of honey, but no added flavourings) and comes packaged in Miron violet glass. Miron glass is an innovative material that offers superior preservation and protection against light degradation. Deep violet in colour, Miron glass prevents harmful light rays from penetrating while selectively allowing violet, ultraviolet, and infrared light to pass through. This unique characteristic helps to preserve the product’s potency and extend its shelf life by shielding it from the harmful effects of sunlight and artificial light sources.

In fact, Miron violet glass acts as a natural filter, harnessing the positive energy of sunlight to enhance the product’s molecular structure. This phenomenon, known as bioenergetic activation, is believed to amplify the effectiveness of the product’s active ingredients, including prebiotics, probiotics, and postbiotics. By using Miron glass packaging, Meluka ensures that the potency and efficacy of its gut health formulations are maintained, delivering optimal benefits to the consumer.

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Don’t let bloating and gas hold you back from enjoying life to the fullest. With Meluka’s Functional Gut Nutrition System, you can find relief and reclaim your digestive comfort.

To try the 3 Step Nutrition System for yourself, visit Meluka Australia.

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