Gut Recovery Probiotics

Gut Recovery Probiotics

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Gut Recovery is a powerful, multi-strain probiotic that maintains digestive balance during and after a course of antibiotics. By definition, antibiotics kill bacteria – which means they not only kill the bad, they kill the good too.

Good bacteria in the gut is key to:

  • Digestion and nutrient absorption
  • Maintaining energy levels
  • Regulating inflammation

Gut Recovery is a flavorless powder that survives an antibiotic attack and replenishes the good bacteria wiped out by antibiotics. It can also combat uncomfortable antibiotic-related symptoms like nausea, diarrhea and yeast infections.

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Bacillus subtilis DE111®

Formulated to promote a healthy microflora in the gut and support overall health.*

Saccharomyces Boulardii DBVPG 6763

Formulated to maintain microbial balance in the intestine that modulates immunity.*

Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG

Has shown less bloating, diarrhea and taste disturbance while taking with antibiotics.*

Bacillus coagulans Lactospore® MTCC 5856

Helps with occasional diarrhea and can produce antibiotic-like substances.*

Bacillus clausii CSI-08

Spore-forming, soil-based probiotic that can survive in hostile environmental conditions.*


Inulin (Jerusalem artichoke root extract), Rice hull

When should I take Gut Recovery probiotics?

Gut Recovery should be taken every day, 2 hours before you take your prescribed medication.

How long should I take probiotics after antibiotics?

After you finish your course of antibiotics (first of all, congratulations), continue taking Gut Recovery for 4 to 5 days afterwards to make sure your gut is standing on its own two feet again.

Do I take Jetson seasonal probiotics and Gut Recovery simultaneously?

While you’re taking Gut Recovery, give your Jetson seasonal probiotics a rest – they’ll be fine without you. Although Gut Recovery’s strains differ from other Jetson probiotics, you can still count on them to keep your gut in shape.
If you need to reschedule your subscription delivery date, you can do so in your account dashboard.

How long does Gut Recovery last?

No one is ever “prepared” to get sick, infections typically come out of nowhere and completely knock you off your feet. Gut Recovery can last for up to one year on your shelf – so that when sickness does creep into your household, you’re as prepared as you can be.
Store it right next to your aspirin, benadryl and cortisone where it can join your dream team of “total life savers.”

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The Blend

Gut Recovery is formulated with a potent combination of spore-forming, yeast-based and live probiotics that can survive in the harsh environment caused by antibiotics and restore the good bacteria being wiped out. The strains in Gut Recovery also combat antibiotic side effects that more than 1 in 10 people face.

Less occasional diarrhea

Limits nausea

Promotes Gut Balance

Maintains microbial balance

Produces antibiotic-like substances

Why We Made This

Americans are prescribed over 260 million courses of antibiotics per year. To make matters worse, we’re rarely told the risks and downfalls of these medications. Gut Recovery acts as a shield for the good bacteria in your gut – protecting you from E.coli and Salmonella, which can cause health disruptions and uncomfortable side effects.

Here’s What Our Doctors Say

Members of our Gut Council Weigh in on Gut Recovery

“The RIGHT probiotics are necessary to replenish after antibiotic use, in order to effectively decrease your risk of getting C. Diff from your medications.”

Dr. Anthony Padula

“In order to see the most benefit, taking probiotics during and after your antibiotics is crucial.”

Dr. Gillian Ehrlich

“Antibiotics are absolutely overused because some doctors worry about preemptive viral bacterial infections. Doctors just don’t know enough about probiotics to regularly suggest taking them with antibiotics – education is key.”

Dr. Ilene S. Ruhoy

“Antibiotics are necessary evils, but they often get inappropriately prescribed for prevention of an infection that may or may not happen. In fact, many antibiotics do more harm than good, and patients are not told of any possible side effects and risk factors.”

Dr. Sahil Khanna