ProDigest offers a synergistic combination to improve digestive functionality and reduce a stagnant bowel.* This blend offers multiple benefits including a reduction of digestive discomforts such as gastric fullness, nausea and bloating, as well as an increase in gastric emptying and motility.*(2,3,4)
Two human clinical studies have demonstrated the significant benefits of this combination. Supplementation with ProDigest was effective, after short-term administration, in improving symptoms related to digestive discomforts like epigastric fullness, bloating, and unwanted early satiety by 34% over placebo.*(3)
Overall, 86% of the participants in this study reported a marked reduction of discomfort intensity.(3) A second clinical showed that ProDigest can significantly promote gastric emptying by 24% over placebo without being associated with notable adverse effects.*(4)
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