Abdomax is an all-natural supplement that supports a healthy gut and digestion. Made in the USA with high-quality domestic and foreign ingredients, one capsule is small enough to take just 8 seconds out of your day. Get even more value when you buy in bulk, with a FREE bonus when you purchase 3 or 5 bottles.
What’s Inside Abdomax?
Abdomax contains a blend of 100% all natural ingredients to support gut health and digestion. The nine handpicked ingredients in Abdomax come from around the world and are designed to target low pepsinogen levels to support good digestion.
Here are all of the active ingredients in Abdomax, the science behind those ingredients, and how they work:
Glucomannan Root: Glucomannan root is a popular detox and cleansing supplement ingredient, and it’s one of the most popular fiber sources in the supplement space today. According to the makers of Abdomax, glucomannan can help lower cholesterol, stabilize blood sugar levels, and raise pepsinogen levels. Because low pepsinogen is the root cause of digestive health problems, glucomannan root can help.
Psyllium Husk: Psyllium husk works in a similar way to glucomannan by acting as a natural source of fiber. Psyllium husk, found in many people fiber supplements, can raise pepsinogen levels, lower cholesterol, and relieve constipation and diarrhea, among other benefits. One 2019 study found psyllium husk, which is one of the largest ingredients in Abdomax by weight, supported better intestinal microbiota balance compared to a group taking a placebo.
Apple Pectin: Apple pectin is yet another source of fiber found in Abdomax. Apple pectin plays a critical role in the digestive process by pushing waste out of your body. Like other sources of fiber, apple pectin can form a gel in your digestive tract, helping to cleanse waste from your body. Apple pectin, according to the makers of Abdomax, also raises pepsinogen levels, promotes healthy digestion, and specifically reduces symptoms of acid reflux.
Bentonite Clay: Bentonite clay has been used for centuries for detoxification, cleansing, and general health and wellness. Today, many people take bentonite clay regularly for overall health and wellness. The makers of Abdomax specifically added bentonite clay to their formula for its ability to convert digestive enzymes into pepsinogen, helping to raise overall pepsinogen levels in the body and support good digestion. Bentonite clay could also help with hair health, skin health, fat burning, and belly fat, among other targeted areas.
Flaxseed: Abdomax contains flaxseed, a natural ingredient linked to cardiovascular health. The makers of Abdomax claim the flaxseed in the formal will lower blood pressure. Lowering blood pressure can reduce your risk of cardiovascular health problems.
Oat Bran: Oat bran has a long history of use as a natural source of fiber, and many people take oat bran as a food or supplement daily for that reason. Oat bran can increase the time it takes your body to absorb meals, which can reduce the post-meal blood sugar spike. By taking oat bran daily, you could support healthy blood sugar levels and reduce wild blood sugar swings. A 2018 study found oat bran was connected to nutrient digestibility, anti-inflammatory effects in the gut, and overall intestinal microbiota levels. The study took place in pigs – not humans. However, it showed oat bran could impact gut health over a 28-day period in various ways.
Plum: Plum, also labeled as prune in some supplements, is a natural laxative linked to cleansing, detoxification, and digestion. Some recommend taking prune or plum when you’re struggling to cleanse your body or stay regular. The makers of Abdomax claim plum can also promote strong bones, protect against heart disease, and raise pepsinogen levels, among other effects.
Black Walnut Hull: Black walnut hull is known for its natural cleansing effects, and some people take black walnut hull daily as part of a cleanse. In a 2018 study, researchers at the University of Illinois found walnuts helped to support trillions of microbes in your gastrointestinal tract, supporting your gut’s good bacteria while helping to defend it against bad bacteria.
Aloe Vera: Aloe vera, like plum or prune, is also linked to natural laxative effects. Studies show aloe vera can help encourage your body’s natural digestive processes. The laxative effects are mild. However, when combined with other ingredients in Abdomax – like fiber and prune – aloe vera could help your body reduce waste and cleanse itself. Aloe vera also has unique secondary effects. According to the manufacturer, aloe vera will reduce dental plaque and increase pepsinogen production.
Abdomax is a 100% plant-based, soy-free, dairy-free, vegetarian, non-GMO formula. It’s made in the United States in an FDA-registered, GMP-certified, regularly-inspected facility.
What is Pepsinogen?
Abdomax works because it targets low pepsinogen levels. According to new research cited by the makers of Abdomax, low pepsinogen levels are the root cause of common digestive health concerns – like bloating, nausea, and indigestion.
Specifically, pepsinogen is a digestive enzyme secreted by your gastric chief cells. Your gastric chief cells secrete pepsinogen as a proenzyme. Then, your body converts that pepsinogen into pepsin, an active digestive enzyme. As you eat, pepsin goes to work to support good digestion, break down food, and help with digestive health.
In fact, the makers of Abdomax claim pepsinogen is “one of the most important molecules” produced in your entire body because of its role in processes like:
Breaking down food
Turning digested food into waste before passing it out of your body
Keeping your colon lubricated and healthy
Protecting your small intestines from bad bacteria
Promoting good bacteria in your gut
Because of these effects, strong pepsinogen levels are associated with strong digestion.
As proof, the makers of Abdomax cite one study where people with normal digestion had 400% more activated pepsinogen than people with bad digestion. Participants in the study had similar physiological health overall, yet their different pepsinogen levels led to different digestive outcomes.
By taking Abdomax daily, you can promote good pepsinogen levels using a blend of natural ingredients.
What is the 8-Second Nordic Cleanse?
The makers of Abdomax advertise the supplement as part of an 8-second Nordic cleanse. Backed by centuries of use in traditional northern European medicine, that cleanse could help restore gut health and defend your body against indigestion.
Some of the ingredients in Abdomax trace their roots to the Nordic countries and other parts of northern Europe.
Plums, for example, have a long history of use as natural laxatives in traditional medicine. Originally from China, they were brought to parts of Europe by early travelers. Today, they grow around the world. Dried plums are known as prunes. Archaeologists have found plums and prunes in Neolithic age sites dating to 10,000 BCE, suggesting humans have used plums and prunes as traditional medicine or food for thousands of years.
Some ancient peoples used types of clay or mud for cleansing. Bentonite clay is named after the town of Benton, Wyoming, which has the largest deposits of the clay. However, other types of clay trace their roots to Nordic cleansing rituals.
Flaxseed has also been a popular functional food for centuries. It grows naturally in deep, moist soils rich in sand, silt, and clay – including some of the river deltas and agricultural zones of northern Europe and certain Nordic countries.
Overall, Abdomax traces its roots back to the Nordic countries, northern Europe, and traditional medicine used around the world. Backed by centuries of use in food and traditional medicine, Abdomax’s active ingredients could continue to support digestion today.