Slim Gut Solution With Postbiotics

POSTbiotics: Your Slim Gut Solution 


Have you been trying to have a slim gut for years or decades without success? 


Join the crowd. Around 45 million Americans go on a diet each year.1 But…statistics show that 95% of diets fail, with dieters regaining the weight lost within 1-2 years.2 


Even worse, women in particular are struggling with dangerous visceral belly fat. According to Medical News Today, the health risks of carrying excess visceral belly fat include:


  • Heart disease, including heart attacks
  • Type 2 diabetes
  • High blood pressure
  • Stroke
  • Breast and colorectal cancer
  • Alzheimer’s disease3


So, it’s really important that you trim your tummy as soon as possible. But given the poor success rate of dieting, how can you achieve a slim gut?




Have you heard of POSTbiotics and their almost magical ability to create a slim gut overnight? If you want to slim your waist overnight by reducing bloating, you’ll want to try the next big thing in gut health — POSTbiotics. 


Not PRObiotics. POSTbiotics: The only clinically proven way to flip on your “Slim Gut Switch” and enjoy a slimmer waist.


We all want to have a slim gut and enjoy more energy, but this becomes more difficult as the years go by. This is because as we age, the community of microorganisms in our gut called the microbiome can become unbalanced leading to a host of digestive, bathroom, and weight issues.


 So, if your waist is larger than you’d like or if you suffer from gas, bloating, acid reflux, constipation or diarrhea, then you likely have a gut imbalance.


The good news is…doctors at Harvard Medical School call the specific POSTbiotic Butyrate the “optimal” gut health nutrient.4 


But…butyrate is a notoriously unstable molecule that breaks down before ever getting to your lower colon. This makes butyrate alone unsuitable as a dietary supplement.


But after years of research, scientists have combined 3 butyrate molecules with a glycerol molecule to create a radically more effective version of this “optimal” short chain fatty acid.


This superior form of TRIbutyrate is time-released directly into your lower colon (the only place it can provide all these life-changing benefits). That is why it is the main active ingredient in our new one-of-a-kind gut health breakthrough Viscera-3™. 


TRIbutyrate is three times more potent than the weak short chain fatty acids created by fiber alone. Then we combined TRIbutyrate with our SLIMGut Earth Minerals Matrix™ and the SLIMGut Garden Blend™. 


Together their powerful multi-factor effect on gut health leads to less gas, constipation, bloating, and of course faster weight loss!


Here’s how it works: Thanks to the new triple-action POSTbiotic formula found only in Viscera-3 you get less gas, less bloating, and better poops… and with less bloating and backed up bathroom sludge you instantly slim your waist!


Discover Viscera-3™ and:


  • Instantly turn on your “Slim Gut Switch” with the proven power of new time-released triple-action POSTbiotics in Viscera-3™!
  • Melt 4 inches off your waist overnight by eliminating that bloating and “bathroom backup.” 
  • Break free from the embarrassment and pain of bloating and gas fast.
  • Enjoy a slim gut and drop your disease risk thanks to lasting weight loss with your new “Slim Gut” switch flipped on! 
  • Experience clean, and consistent perfect daily poops with increased youthful energy.


So what are you waiting for? 


Click here to order this wildly popular BREAKTHROUGH “gut healing” supplement Vitaae™ before supplies run out!




1- Boston Medical. Weight Management. BMC. Accessed Dec 4, 2020.


2- Pell M. Dieting Statistics: What the Research Says About Diets. Marcia Pell. Jul 2, 2019. Accessed Dec 4, 2020.


3- Cadman B. What is the best way to get rid of visceral fat? MedicalNewsToday. Feb 15, 2018.


4- Verma MS, Fink MJ, Salmon GL, Fornelos N, Ohara TE, Ryu SH, Vlamakis H, Xavier RJ,  Stappenbeck TS, Whitesides GM. A Common Mechanism Links Activities of Butyrate in the Colon. ACS Chemical Biology. ACS Chem. Biol. 2018, 13, 1291−1298.