Ingredients Library

We believe you should expect more from your prebiotics, probiotics, and postbiotics, far beyond what others may settle for. res ingredients undergo extensive clinical research through rigorous in vitro and human clinical trials to deliver optimized long-term impact and targeted restoration.*

Holy Basil (Ocimum sanctum) leaf extract

Holy Basil (Ocimum sanctum) leaf extract

Ocimum sanctum, commonly known as Holy Basil or Tulsi, is also a rockstar of the Ayurvedic tradition, historically used to support a healthy immune system. Scientific inquiry suggests this ancient ...

Vasaka (Adhatoda Vasica) leaf extract

Vasaka (Adhatoda Vasica) leaf extract

Also known as Adhatoda Vasica, is used as a respiratory remedy in the Ayurvedic and Unani traditions. Scientists have isolated two active compounds, Vasicine and Vasicinone, which are key to how Va...

Why gut health?

Gut-X Axis: The next frontier of microbiome science

For centuries, people have consumed live probiotics as fermented foods for gut health. However, in recent decades, our scientists have discovered that gut microbes also play essential roles in the optimal functioning of other bodily systems. We’ve discovered that our gut is our body's most immunologically active organ, communicating with other organ systems. 

The physician-scientists behind res were among the first to sequence targeted restoration. By breaking down the fiber in the gut, we influence the dynamic connections between gut health and targeted bodily functions. This method allows us to deliver targeted benefits through our clinically studied prebiotic and probiotic supplements. 

With res, prebiotics, probiotics, and postbiotics aren't just for gut support anymore. We reach far beyond the gut to support multiple Gut-X Axis where the X could stand for the lungs, such as in the Gut-Lung axis, the heart, in the Gut-Heart axis, the brain, in the Gut-Brain axis, and so forth.

What are prebiotics, probiotics, and posbiotics?

Probiotics are live bacteria that benefit our health. When we add probiotics from res supplements and cultured foods, we increase our existing supply of friendly microbes, which help fight off less friendly bacteria.

Prebiotics fuel probiotics, maximizing their hard work in our microbiome. 

Postbiotics are nutrient byproducts left behind by probiotics after they consume prebiotics. They help slow down the growth of bad bacteria!

This bacteria community cycle is essential to your whole body health.