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Have you ever experienced bloating, digestive discomfort, or infrequent bowel movement? Trust me, you are not alone. Any time I ate something like ice cream, pizza, or had cream in my coffee, I suffered from discomfort. I blamed this discomfort on my lactose intolerance. However, after trying Country Life’s Gut Connection vitamins, I realized my discomfort may have less to do with what I eat and more to do with my digestive health.
What are Gut Connection Vitamins?
Gut Connection is a groundbreaking, probiotic-free approach to digestive health. It’s not your basic vitamin. There are 8 unique formulations that balance your gut microbiome (Cognitive, Digestive, Energy, Immune, Mood, Sleep, Stress, and Weight). Each of these boost your existing probiotics with whole food fermentate. This allows your healthy stomach lining to efficiently absorb the clinically studied ingredients in each Gut Connection, providing you with personalized solutions for your everyday issues. In my case, it helped with (not cured) my sensitivities to dairy products and foods that would normally have me regretting I ate them in the morning. Visit Country Life Vitamins for more information on how each of these vitamins work and their supplement facts.
My personal thoughts
Let me start by saying, the sample kit I received courtesy of Moms Meet was amazing! It included three different bottles of Gut Connection vitamins, a water bottle (it keeps my water cold all day), a poopie emoji squishy, a pen, and a journal to keep track of whether or not I took my vitamins and document my eating habits.
To be honest, I hate taking pills! I was a little intimidated to take these capsules. In the past, I have taken vitamins that left me feeling nauseous which discouraged me from taking them regularly. This was not the case with Country Life’s Gut Connection vitamins. I sampled both the Energy Health and Digestive Health vitamins for approximately two weeks. I took one in the morning with breakfast and one at night during dinner. Read the directions on the bottle because some formulas recommend you take up to four capsules a day. Now, I can’t say that after taking the energy formulated vitamins I had a burst of energy. But what I can admit is that I didn’t have the urge for that morning cup of coffee. I actually exchanged my coffee for water which was much needed. Of course that was a personal decision but I didn’t feel like I needed it. More importantly, my stomach felt great! I had regular bowel movements, less bloating, and I even ate ice cream without the cramping and crying. Please remember, these vitamins didn’t cure me of anything. I’m just saying I felt better.
Bottom line, I would recommend these vitamins to anyone wanting to get their gut health back on track. They are gluten-free, vegan, and contain ingredients that are beneficial to your colon and your stomach with minimal side effects. I didn’t have any issues with taking these vitamins. In fact, I can’t wait to try some of the other formulas, especially the weight health ones.
Where to purchase and cost
You can purchase a bottle of Country Life’s Gut Connection vitamins at Sprouts, The Vitamin Shoppe, Natural Grocers Vitamin Cottage, and Amazon, and will be coming soon to other natural health food stores. To find Gut Connection by Country Life in your area, visit Country Life Vitamin for the full list of locations. Be sure to call the store to verify if they specifically carry Gut Connection. A 60-count bottle of Gut Connection by Country Life typically retails for $44.95.
I am giving away a bottle of Country Life’s Gut Connection Immune Heath vitamins to one lucky reader. All you have to do is subscribe to my blog (subscribe at the bottom of the home page), plus follow me and like my Gut Connection post on my Instagram page. Don’t forget to leave a comment on why you want to try these vitamins. Tag a friend if you like!
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