Benefits of PureHMO®

Gut Health

Gut Health

Act as a super prebiotic to feed and boost beneficial gut bacteria

Immune Support

Immune Support

Promote a strong immune system and block pathogens

Cognitive Function

Cognitive Function

Provide nutrients for brain and cognitive development

Weight loss

Weight Management

Prime your gut microbiome for healthy weight loss

Reduce IBS Symptoms

IBS Support

Clinically proven to alleviate IBS symptoms and increase regularity

Experts' Opinions on HMO

Fitness Podcaster Ben Greenfield

"HMOs are helping to steer the gut towards immunity and steering the macrophages towards restoration of the gut lining ... I actually know a lot of functional medicine doctors using this with their patients now."*

Host, The Ben greenfield fitness podcast

Dr. Rhonda Patrick, PhD

"These beneficial bacteria produce short-chain fatty acids that prevent colonization of pathogenic bacteria in the gut. This bacteria (good bacteria promoted by HMOs) has been shown to set up the immune system."


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Dr. William Davis, MD

"Restore B infantis in adults and it takes up residence only temporarily, gone within two weeks of consumption. We now have evidence, however, that when combined with HMOs, B infantiscan take up longer-term residence in adults."

Cardiologist, New York Times Bestselling Author of Wheat Belly & Super Gut Books

Dr. Steven Thompson, D.D.S.

"As a dentist for over 25 years I know how important biome health is, whether it's the oral microbiome, or the all-important bacteria in your gut microbiome. For health and longevity, PureHMO is nothing short of life-changing. I have started my granddaughters on PureHMO Kids and I routinely recommend it to my patients." 


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Scientific Advisors

Professor Jonathan Allen

Dr. Jonathan Allen is a full professor in food and nutritional science at North Carolina State University. He is an elected Fellow of the Institute of Food Technologists. His speciality is mammary gland biology and lactation, nutrient bioavailability (polyphenols, prebiotics), and food digestion in human gut etc.

Professor Min Luo

Dr. Min Luo is a professor of biological science. He was trained at Harvard Medical School and was awarded the outstanding postdoctoral fellow for his research to understand the metabolism of human cells on a molecular level.