In Less Than 1 Minute Per Day... You Can Fortify Your Gut, Fend Off Cravings, and Energize Your Body and Mind

In Less Than 1 Minute Per Day... You Can Fortify Your Gut, Fend Off Cravings, and Energize Your Body and Mind

"Is This the Secret to Health and Happiness?"

According to Shape Magazine - in an article titled Is This the Secret to Health and Happiness?: "A study published this month in the journal BioEssays finds that your gut microbes may influence your cravings based on the nutrients they need to thrive (crazy, right?). Another study suggests bacteria in your bowel could influence your personality traits and mood, which may help explain why up to 80 percent of people with irritable bowel syndrome suffer from depression and anxiety."

Foundation is a Complete Prebiotic that...

  • Feeds Your Entire Gut Microbiome
  • Boosts Probiotics & Fights Inflammation
  • Bolsters Digestive and Immune Wellness

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Foundation is a Complete Prebiotic that...

Feeds Your Entire Gut Microbiome

Boosts Probiotics & Fights Inflammation

Bolsters Digestive and Immune Wellness

60-Day Money-Back Guarantee

One-Time Purchase.

The Benefits of a Healthy Gut

Now you can get all the benefits of prebiotic fiber and amplify your probiotics...without shopping for vegetables, chopping, or cooking!

Fix Leaky Gut

A diverse gut microbiome helps heal IBS, get rid of digestive issues, improve regularity, and fix leaky gut. (1, 2, 3)*

Boost Your Mood

Your gut health directly impacts your mood and can even reduce depression & anxiety. (4, 5, 6)*

Amplify Probiotics

Taking probiotics is NOT enough! You must feed your good gut bacteria for probiotics to properly work. (7, 8)*

Save Time

No time to cook or not eating enough veggies? Add a scoop to your water/smoothie for a fast gut health booster.*

Lose Excess Weight

Poor gut flora has been linked to both obesity and diabetes. A healthy gut is critical for longer-lasting weight control and health. (9, 10, 11)*

Upgrade Your Sleep Quality

Your gut microbiome directly regulates the hormones that promote better sleep quality and improved circadian rhythm. (12, 13)*

Feel Younger & More Energized

Researchers have found that over 82% of cases of chronic fatigue and low energy can be linked to a poor gut microbiome. (14, 15, 16)*

Reduce Illness & Inflammation

Your gut flora is the first and most important line of defense for fighting off pathogens, illness, and chronic inflammation. (17, 18, 19)*

CoBionic Foundation is A Quick & Natural Way to Restore Your Gut Health...

 

  • Full-Spectrum PreBiotic: This is a fancy way of saying that Foundation feeds ALL of your good gut bacteria. Other fibers and prebiotics feed just a few kinds of gut bacteria, which is a huge problem, because diversity of your microbiome is critical for good health. (20, 21)

  • Wonderful Mixed-Berry Flavor: Foundation dissolves into anything - water, smoothie, coffee, food - with a natural, slightly sweet berry flavor. That means you can boost your health in less than 1 minute per day.
  • Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Paleo, Vegan, & 100% Natural: We're pretty strict about what we eat, so Foundation has ONLY ingredients that will feed your good gut bacteria and make you feel wonderful. No dairy, no gluten, and no added fillers or colors.

  • Low-Carb and Keto: If you're trying to stay Keto or low-carb, then Foundation is particularly important. Although the label shows "10g of carbs", it's all fiber, which gets fermented by your gut bacteria into healthy fats.

The Fastest and Easiest Way to Give Your Gut The Fuel It's Been Missing...

You already know how important your gut health is. But it's not always easy to do.

Our ancestors often ate 100+ grams of fiber per day. Now, most people get less than 15 grams, making it almost impossible to restore good gut health.

That's why we created CoBionic Foundation. In less than 60 seconds a day, you can add Foundation to any drink and easily get a ton more prebiotic fiber.

Blend it into your smoothie, shake it in with your protein shake, stir it into a glass of coconut milk, or combine it with your greens powder for a powerful boost of gut nutrients.

Here's What People Are Saying...

"This sounds funny, but I literally felt my mood improve..."

"I LOVE the prebiotic! Last night I made it with some bone broth protein & collagen protein in almond milk. This sounds funny, but I literally felt my mood improve after I had it. This morning I felt a difference in my digestion and it’s awesome!"

KATE BAY JARAMILLO  // Keto Coach & Fitness Expert

"This sounds funny, but I literally felt my mood improve..."

"I LOVE the prebiotic! Last night I made it with some bone broth protein & collagen protein in almond milk. This sounds funny, but I literally felt my mood improve after I had it. This morning I felt a difference in my digestion and it’s awesome!"

KATE BAY JARAMILLO  // Keto Coach & Fitness Expert

"I noticed broad improvements in both digestion and energy almost immediately..."

"I've tried everything from apple cider vinegar, kombucha and kimchi, to digestive enzymes, probiotics, and all-in-one supplements (including those with prebiotics) hoping to improve my gut health. Simply put, CoBionic is - by far - the best I've ever tried. I noticed broad improvements in both digestion and energy almost immediately. In fact, I'm not the only one. After listening to me rave about CoBionic, my girlfriend tried some. Now she's taking it daily as well."

JASON CONNELL  // Speaker & Coach on The Art of Personal Power

Your Gut is the Foundation of Your Health

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We can't guarantee any particular results (and anybody who does is being a bit untruthful)...

However, we promise that if you're not 100% satisfied with any of our products, then you simply send it back to us, and we'll give you a full refund, with no questions asked.

Questions? Email us at [email protected]

100% Natural Ingredients that Feed Your Good Gut Bacteria...

We are relentless about making sure that all of our products have the purest, best ingredients. CoBionic Foundation is no exception...

100% Natural Ingredients that Feed Your Good Gut Bacteria...

We are relentless about making sure that all of our products have the purest, best ingredients. CoBionic Foundation is no exception...

High-DP Inulin

Inulin is a soluble fiber extracted from the chicory plant.

Studies have shown that inulin is one of the best prebiotic fibers for stimulating growth of beneficial gut bacteria, but ONLY if the "Degree of Polymerization" is high.

All inulin in CoBionic Foundation is Degree of Polymer 23+, meaning that it selectively feeds just your most beneficial gut bacteria.

High-DP Inulin

Inulin is a soluble fiber extracted from the chicory plant.

Studies have shown that inulin is one of the best prebiotic fibers for stimulating growth of beneficial gut bacteria, but ONLY if the "Degree of Polymerization" is high.

All inulin in CoBionic Foundation is Degree of Polymer 23+, meaning that it selectively feeds just your most beneficial gut bacteria.


Psyllium Seed Husk Powder

Psyllium Seek Husk Powder is created from the dried seeds of the Plantago ovata plant.

Psyllium Seed Husk Powder feeds your gut microbiome but also helps soak up water in your gut, promote regularity, and improve overall digestive health.

Psyllium Seed Husk Powder

Psyllium Seek Husk Powder is created from the dried seeds of the Plantago ovata plant.

Psyllium Seed Husk Powder feeds your gut microbiome but also helps soak up water in your gut, promote regularity, and improve overall digestive health.


Acacia Gum

Acacia Gum Fiber is also known as "gum arabic" and comes from the sap of the acacia tree.

In addition to being a great prebiotic fiber, studies have found women taking it experienced "significant reduction in BMI and body fat percentage."

Acacia Gum

Acacia Gum Fiber is also known as "gum arabic" and comes from the sap of the acacia tree.

In addition to being a great prebiotic fiber, studies have found women taking it experienced "significant reduction in BMI and body fat percentage."


Glucomannan

Glucomannan is derived from the roots of the Konjac plant, which is native to Asia.

Studies show that glucomannan can lower cholesterol, improve carbohydrate metabolism, and promote a healthy colon.

Glucomannan

Glucomannan is derived from the roots of the Konjac plant, which is native to Asia.

Studies show that glucomannan can lower cholesterol, improve carbohydrate metabolism, and promote a healthy colon.


Green Banana Flour

Green Banana Flour is exactly what it sounds like - a pure, natural flour made from dwarf green bananas.

These bananas are very high in fiber and especially resistant starch, and studies have shown that green banana flour helps combat intestinal inflammation (22) and also plays a vital role in feeding a wider range of microbiota. (23)

Green Banana Flour

Green Banana Flour is exactly what it sounds like - a pure, natural flour made from dwarf green bananas.

These bananas are very high in fiber and especially resistant starch, and studies have shown that green banana flour helps combat intestinal inflammation (22) and also plays a vital role in feeding a wider range of microbiota. (23)


Fermented L-Glutamine

L-Glutamine is a vital amino acid that helps heal leaky gut by rebuilding the intestinal walls.

It has also been used with a lot of success in helping people lose weight, burn fat, and generally improving their overall health.

Fermented L-Glutamine

L-Glutamine is a vital amino acid that helps heal leaky gut by rebuilding the intestinal walls.

It has also been used with a lot of success in helping people lose weight, burn fat, and generally improving their overall health.


Artichoke Leaf Extract

Pulled from the dried leaves of artichokes, this extract has been shown to be beneficial in both experimental and clinical trials. (24)

In addition to increasing bile production, artichoke leaf extract has been shown to lower cholesterol and improve symptoms of IBS. (25, 26)

Artichoke Leaf Extract

Pulled from the dried leaves of artichokes, this extract has been shown to be beneficial in both experimental and clinical trials. (24)

In addition to increasing bile production, artichoke leaf extract has been shown to lower cholesterol and improve symptoms of IBS. (25, 26)


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We don't use fake timers or countdowns.

But you should also know that this offer is NOT going to be available forever.

Our mission is to help you live a more vibrant life, but we also have to make sure we can pay the bills (it's not cheap to use only the highest-quality ingredients).

If you're on the fence, just remember that we've got a no-questions-asked 60-day satisfaction guarantee. :)

The CoBionic Difference

The Fabled Fountain of Youth...

It may sound a bit silly, but we've always loved the story of the search for the Fountain of Youth.

After all, who doesn't want to feel young again? To be full of energy and possibility.

We're not kidding ourselves that we can reverse aging (not yet at least).

But everything we do at CoBionic is designed to help you regain just a bit of your youth - whether it's healing your gut, boosting your energy, rejuvenating hair and skin, or just feeling more alive and vibrant every day.

That's our promise to you, because it's what we also seek in our lives.

~ Louise & Jeremy

​Common Questions

What is CoBionic Foundation?

A prebiotic fiber is simply something that feeds the "microbes" (like bacteria) in your gut. Foundation is unique because it's a COMPLETE prebiotic, meaning that it has a very wide spectrum of fiber and resistant starch that feeds ALL of your good gut bacteria.

When you open a bottle, it looks like a dry, white powder. And when you mix it with water, smoothie, coffee, or anything else, it dissolves easily and has a natural, slightly-sweet berry flavor.

Why Should I Take CoBionic Foundation?

Everything from immunity to good sleep to weight loss starts with the health of your gut - particularly the trillions of "microbes" that live in your gut.

Many people take probiotics, but it's actually far more important to get enough prebiotics to feed the beneficial microbes already in your gut. And that's exactly what CoBionic Foundation does.

And the hard part is that most of us don't eat nearly enough vegetables or fibrous foods every day to get the amount and variety of prebiotics that best supports our gut health.

How Do I Use CoBionic Foundation?

Because CoBionic dissolves easily in liquid, you can use it however you like.

Personally, I prefer putting it in my morning smoothie, but many people simply mix it with water, coffee, or tea.

Is CoBionic Foundation gluten-free, dairy-free, non-GMO, paleo-friendly, and vegan?

Yes to all of the above, and it's 100% natural as well!

Can't I Just Take Probiotics Instead?

Probiotics are great, but if you're not getting enough prebiotics, then all of those micro-organisms are simply going to starve to death.

In fact, if you're taking probiotics without a good prebiotic supplement, then chances are that your probiotics aren't doing nearly as much as they could be doing for you.

How Many Servings in a Bottle?

This actually depends on how much you take every day. We list 30 servings (scoops) per bottle, but some people take just 1/2 a scoop per day, while others take 2-3 scoops per day.

Will CoBionic Foundation Interact With My Medication?

This is a question we're not really qualified to answer, because we're not your doctor. Fiber and other prebiotics are generally safe to take with most medications, but you should always consult your doctor before starting a new supplement (like CoBionic Foundation).

Is Your Manufacturer Certified? Where Do You Manufacture CoBionic Foundation?

All of our products are manufactured in the United States (at a few different facilities). Each facility has been certified to meet the highest quality cGMP standards.

When Will You Ship My Foundation?

If you're in the US...
We're using Amazon's warehouses and shipping services to deliver your CoBionic Foundation to you - this means your order should arrive in 3-5 business days (for US addresses) and will come in Amazon-labeled boxes.

If you're outside the US...
We're still trying to set up international shipping. We can currently ship to Canada (only for 3 and 6 packs) and shipping takes 2-3 weeks. You might also have to pay customs or other import taxes, depending on your province. Sorry about that!

What If I Don't Like It and Want A Refund?

Our mission is to provide you with effortless health. So, if for whatever reason you are unhappy with CoBionic’s products, then just email us at [email protected] within 60 days of your purchase and we’ll process a full refund for you (you’ll just need to send us the empty bottle back).

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