Using state-of-the-art pharmaceutical methods, our scientists have identified the highest quality, most potent ingredients to improve intestinal health, blood sugar levels, immunity, appetite control, and more.
Less than 5% of Americans consume the recommended amounts of fiber per day.
Prebiotic fibers promote good bacteria in our digestive tract by providing them with sustenance and creating an environment where they can flourish.
Probiotics are beneficial, living microorganisms which provide support and restoration to our ecosystem of gut flora when consumed.
Polyphenols are plant-derived compounds that can act as antioxidants, protecting your cells from free radicals and boosting immunity against chronic disease.
Maintaining a healthy metabolism starts with nourishing 🍽️ your microbiome.
The microbiome is a new frontier—a symbiotic system of 100 trillion microorganisms, mostly bacteria 🦠, that feed off your gastrointestinal tract 🌀 and, as a by product, produce vital metabolites, like short-chain fatty acids (SCFA), that influence many areas of your health including energy metabolism, appetite control, and even mood. So when your gut flora is wilting 🥀 you feel the effects everywhere—from poor digestion to sugar crashes and brain fog. 🌩️
While probiotics found in foods like yogurt can increase the amount and diversity of good bacteria, more recent science 🔬 has shown that the key is nurturing them with dietary fibers and prebiotics that will strengthen 💪 what’s already there. That’s why we designed Eden’s to supercharge 🔋 the specific gut bacteria responsible for metabolism and immunity.
“The typical diet is very fiber deficient. January is committed to formulating products that improve health by promoting a healthy microbiome.”
Justin Sonnenburg, PhD
SCIENTIFIC ADVISOR & AUTHOR OF “THE GOOD GUT”
Research & Studies
Scientific Advisory Board
Members of our Scientific and AI Advisory Boards include top experts in machine learning, nutrition, immunology, and microbiology from Carnegie Mellon, Harvard, Tufts, Stanford, and UC Berkeley.