Digestive Health

The digestive system is more than the body’s primary site of taking in and absorbing nutrients. It is made up of a group of organs that includes the mouth,
esophagus, stomach, pancreas, liver, gallbladder, small intestine, colon, and

This system of critical digestive organs acts as a type of communication
center to and from the brain, and functions as one of the body’s frontlines in
the fight against the disease.

The digestive system plays a major role, not only in our digestive health but in the health and well-being of the entire body. It is this digestive process that provides
the building blocks the body needs to live, function, and stay healthy.

90 count box and bottle of Atrantil, a 20 count travel pack of Atrantil, and the ingredients of Atrantil around them.


The gut contains healthy bacteria and immune cells that ward off infectious agents like bacteria, viruses, and fungi. This is called the microbiome. The gut microbiome is made up of trillions of bacteria, fungi, and other microbes. The microbiome plays a very important role in your health by helping control digestion and benefiting the immune system and many other aspects of health. Gut health is so important because more than half of the immune system is in the gastrointestinal tract.

An imbalance of unhealthy and healthy microbes in the intestines may contribute to weight gain, high blood sugar, high cholesterol, and other disorders and diseases. Research now shows that digestive, or gut, health is linked to many diseases, so keeping the microbiome
on track is one way to prevent future serious illness.

Digestive Health Benefits of Atrantil

Atrantil’s natural ingredients work in the digestive system to provide overall digestive benefits. Atrantil targets bacterial overgrowth in the small intestine alleviating troublesome symptoms such as bloating, abdominal discomfort, and change in bowel habits.
Atrantil’s ingredients also work simultaneously as prebiotics and postbiotics in the gut.

Prebiotics act like fertilizers that stimulate and nourish the growth of healthy bacteria in the gut microbiome. Thus, prebiotics qualitatively changes the composition of gut microbiota by providing “food” that promotes good bacteria growth in the microbiome.

When you feed the bacteria that live in your colon, that bacteria will turn around and reward you with postbiotics. Postbiotics are non-viable bacterial byproducts from probiotic microorganisms that have biologic activity in the host. The microbiota naturally releases postbiotics, which in turn helps regulate the composition of the microbiome.

Examples of postbiotic metabolites include B-vitamins, vitamin K, amino acids, neurotransmitters, short-chain fatty acids, organic acids, enzymes, natural antibiotics, antioxidants, anti-inflammatory compounds, glutathione, fulvic acids, and phenyllactic acid.

Postbiotic metabolites have many health-regulating functions in the body. Some of their more
well-known functions include the regulation of digestion, absorption of nutrients, detoxification, increasing immunity, gut-brain communication, reducing inflammation, regulating hormones and insulin levels, killing pathogens, and much more.

Daily use of Atrantil not only works to protect and support the digestive system but also nourishes the microbiome and is utilized as a postbiotic, providing beneficial by-products which help to regulate and promote overall body health.