Solid Gut


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Das SOLID GUT ist unser einzigartiger wissenschaftlicher Komplex zur Unterstützung der eigenen Darm-Gesundheit und der gesteigerten Nährstoff-Absorption.
  • Einnahme empfohlen bei Blähungen, Durchfall, Darmbeschwerden und Verdauungsproblemen
  • Mit präbiotischen Ballaststoffen
  • Mit Verdauungsenzymen
  • 100 % vegan
  • Hergestellt in Deutschland
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Enthält 540 g
64,80 € / kg inkl. MwSt. zzgl. Versand
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Nährwerte & Zutaten
Durchschnittlicher Gehalt Pro 100g Pro Portion¹ (9g) Pro Tagesportion¹ (18g)
L-Glutamin 55,7 g 5 g 10 g
Resistentes Maisdextrin (Nutriose®) 16,7 g 2,4 g 4,8 g
Akazienfaser (Fibregum®) 0,2 g 1,5 g 3,0 g
DigeZyme® Multienzym-Komplex 835 mg 75,0 mg 150 mg
-davon Alpha-Amylase 24.000 DU/g 8,35 mg 750 μg 1,5 mg
-davon Protease 6.000 PC/g 8,35 mg 750 μg 1,5 mg
-davon Cellulase 1.100 CU/g 8,35 mg 750 μg 1,5 mg
-davon Laktase 4.000 ALU/g 8,35 mg 750 μg 1,5 mg
-davon Lipase 200 FIP/g 8,35 mg 750 μg 1,5 mg
Alpha-Galactosidase 300 GALU/g 140 mg 12,5 mg 25 mg

¹Eine Einzelportion entspricht 9 g in 200 ml Wasser, eine Tagesportion entspricht 2 Einzelportionen. Ergibt 60 Einzelportionen, bzw. 30 Tagesportionen pro Verpackung.

L-Glutamin, Resistentes Maisdextrin (Nutriose® FM06), Akazienfaser (Fibregum®), DigeZyme® Multienzym-Komplex (Alpha-Amylase, Protease, Cellulase, Laktase, Lipase), Alpha Galactosidase.

Spuren von Milch, Soja, Ei, Schalenfrüchte, Fisch, Lupine und Gluten können nicht ausgeschlossen werden.


Das SOLID GUT nimmst du idealerweise zusammen mit einer Mahlzeit ein. Da es geschmacksneutral ist, lässt es sich ideal auch mit anderen Shakes, wie dem MILON PRO kombinieren.

Zweimal täglich 9 g Pulver (jeweils 1 gehäufter Messlöffel) in ca. 200 ml Wasser oder einer Flüssigkeit Deiner Wahl einrühren.

Studien & Referenzen
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