Emma is a natural way to reduce bloating, gently increase pooping speed, and help you pass stools every day with ease.

Our Approach

Most digestive “remedies” do more harm than goodMost people who struggle with digestive health are given “remedies” that temporarily relieve symptoms but the root cause never gets addressed. The symptoms come back in a couple of days, and the gut becomes more and more degraded, suffering from constipation, bloating, and embarrassing gas, with hours spent squeezing and straining on the toilet.
“My husband and I eat the same exact things, and while he never gains weight, I can practically look at a donut and it goes straight to my hips!“

Fiber is one such “remedy.”

Fiber helps “bulk up” poop, which expands the intestines and temporarily helps stool pass through. However, the problem with fiber is that it simultaneously feeds bad bacteria and parasites. Not to mention most commercial fiber products are loaded with artificial sweeteners and flavors to mask the horrible taste. If you’re looking to get your digestion back on track— commercial fiber supplements are doing more harm than good.

The problem with probiotics

Laxatives are another.

While laxatives work temporarily by forcing the body into pushing out the contents of the colon, they actually destroy the colon, turning its delicate natural folds completely smooth. Over time, the colon further loses its shape, form, and elasticity, which creates a dangerous cycle whereby you become dependent on laxatives as your colon is no longer able to do its job properly on its own.

Our colon is a long, winding road

Probiotics are as well!

Probiotics may have exploded in the last five years, but probiotics should never be taken orally. This is because oral probiotics mostly get burned up in the stomach acid, while the ones that do survive only make it to the small intestine, which is not where they're supposed to be. It’s the large intestine that needs probiotics, while the small intestine should be perfectly clean. A study has even shown that oral probiotics actually slowed down the rebuilding of a normal gut microbiome.

Our nerve cells take their time

Sex-related features in the brain cause women's and men’s guts to behave differently. Research by Dr. Tanja Babic at Penn State College of Medicine has shown that the nerve cells that control the movement of food through the intestines are slower and more sluggish in women than in men. Research has also found that women are 6 times more likely to suffer digestive upsets, and these problems increase over time as we age.

Our nerve cells take their time
Introducing Emma,
a world of difference
for digestion

Formulated with renowned gut health Dr. Gina Sam, Emma unlocks the benefits of five powerhouse ingredients to re-balance your gut flora and create optimal conditions for effortless, effective digestion.

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