There's a new gut supplement called EnteroVites by Apex. Curious people's thoughts.
Butyric acid is nothing new. I do not like the addition of calcium propionate I wonder why they use it. Here is some evidence that might suggest it should be used with caution:
I think most of the issues cited in the studies and anecdotal reports were because of people intolerant to wheat instead of issues with calcium propionate since it is a common preservative in bread products.
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EnteroViteâ„¢ (K100) incorporates nutrients and a proprietary blend of fatty acids in a formulation intended to support the intestines and intestinal cell function.* This unique formulation is designed for those who are sensitive to certain foods components, such as certain starches and fibers, and who want additional intestinal support.* Short-chain fatty acids (SCFAs), normal bacterial end products of complex carbohydrates, play important roles in intestinal microbial balance and function.* Diets that are low in resistant starch and fiber can result in a low production of SCFAs. Key ingredients include butyric acid and calcium propionate.
Interesting concept for people with special digestive needs, but I don't see why someone who can handle starch and fiber would exclude them and take this product instead. Plus, BPers get butyric acid from butter.
Also I don't like all the asterisks with the corresponding disclaimer seemingly hidden away in a separate tab. Sloppy.
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Would this produce similar results to that of CLA??