WE ARE IN THE MIDST OF AN EPIDEMIC.
With digestive health issues on the rise, America’s epidemic of unwellness is more severe than ever before. Research over the past two decades has revealed that gut health is critical to overall health. An unhealthy gut can contribute to a wide range of major health conditions including diabetes, obesity, rheumatoid arthritis, autoimmune conditions, depression, allergies and fatigue.
Approximately 80% of your immune system resides in your gut as your microbiome. Some of these bacteria aid nutrition and digestion, while others are pathogenic and spread disease and discomfort. The good bacteria keep the bad bacteria in check, but when imbalances occur, chronic digestive conditions can result.
OUR SOLUTION: A SCIENTIFICALLY SUPERIOR PROBIOTIC
Despite supermarket shelves exploding with supplements claiming to be good for your gut, most probiotics on the market today are hardly potent, don't include the full cocktail of microbiome support, and worse, are likely ineffective because they're not actually living.
With up to 200 billion CFUs composing 8 living strains per cap, LYVECAP works – and we have the science behind it.
BACKED BY SCIENCE.
FOUNDED BY DOCTORS.
Dedicated to the science of gut health and leading innovation, LYVECAP goes above and beyond with a proven team invested in improving gut health for all.
CEO and Founder
YINKA DAVIES, MD
Yinka Davies, MD, is a Stanford-trained pediatric gastroenterologist who has been practicing for over 15 years. She is an adjunct clinical professor at Stanford involved in multiple clinical trials involving the human microbiome and how it relates to both disease and unwellness. She is passionate about educating on the importance of a balanced gut flora and demystifying the complexity of this system.
CLAUDIO DE SIMONE, MD
Professor Claudio De Simone, MD, PhD, is an internationally recognized pioneer in the field of intestinal microflora and the inventor of both the STRONG and BALANCED formulations. He received a degree in medicine and surgery from the University of Rome. After his specialization degrees in gastroenterology and immunology, he became professor of infectious diseases at the University of L'Aquila. He has authored over 200 published, scientific articles, reviews, case reports and book chapters.