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MMB 750™ is a prebiotic supplement designed for maximum effectiveness. MMB 750™ is uniquely formulated with natural and biologically active compounds.

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Gastrointestinal Support Formula

Report of pilot clinical trial and review of ingredients

MMB 750™ Product Information

1. MMB 750™ is comprised of 3 main component complexes consisting of widely researched nutrient ingredients used in medicinal products for decades to provide:

a. Humanofort a natural extract, naturally occurring natural low molecular growth factors that supports probiotics such as Lactobacillus helveticus , Lactobacillus rhamnosus , Bifid bacterium adolescents, Bifid bacterium breve and Bifid bacterium longum by boosting good bacteria growth.

b. DWGE natural and biologically active compounds including 2, 6-dimethoxy-p- benzoquinone (2,6DMBQ), pre-fermented oligosaccharides, short- chain fatty acids (SCFAs) derived from non-GMO and organic wheat germ, free of gluten, gliadin, and fructan. The healthful and beneficial morphological changes observed in the gut mucosa of farm animals fed DWGE supplemented diet, and consequently the more effective digestion and absorption, could explain the significant improvement of weight gain and feed conversion, and the animals’ better immune status in both the laboratory experiments and the field trials conducted in large-scale commercial pig farms. Nevertheless, further investigations are necessary to evaluate whether the increase of villus height observed in the small intestines is caused by a more favorable intestinal microbial environment due to the DWGE or it is a direct effect of DWGE on the intestinal tissue.

c. Organic Humic and Fulvic. Humic Fulvic Acid detoxifies different cell toxins, helps increase enzyme activity, alleviates oxygen deficiencies and increases the vital activity of cells. Orally applied humic acids have a profound effect on the healthy colonic micro biome. Although the effects on single microbial groups were multidirectional, the sum concentrations of all colonic micro biota increased 20% to 30%. The increase occurred in the preexisting microbial groups without changes in the bacterial diversity of the micro biome.

2. MMB 750™ is a proprietary complex of natural ingredients that provide clinically proven benefits from natural sources. Using 3 naturally occurring nutrients (No chemical, synthetic, or drug analog components). The maximum spectrum MMB 750™ is designed to help alleviate damage of the colon tissues, ulcerative colitis, leaky gut, to support good bacteria regenerating and support elimination of heavy metals and toxins for the whole body. The ingredients of MMB 750™ are carefully researched to allow specific changes, both in the composition and/or activity in the gastrointestinal micro flora that are beneficial to our health and well- being.


Janyart 16, 2017


Dr. Eric Serrano MD Former Research Professor Ohio State University Medical School, Pickerington, Ohio



The purpose of this pilot study was to determine the effect of an all-natural dietary supplement product, MMB 750 ™, on digesting system, small intestine and colon support.


Subjects were drawn from a diverse population in or near Pickerington, Ohio (USA). Twenty two participants were recruited for this 30 day pilot study. We had 22 patients with complains of abdominal pain, bloatedness, gas and three patients with diagnosed either Chron’s or Ulcerative colitis, and of the 22 patients, 17 patients had a positive response, including resolving the diarrhea, constipation or even the bloat and the abdominal pain. The five patients that failed didn’t finish the therapy.

Every patient was required to follow a diet depending in their condition and take one tablet twice a day of MMB 750 and at the end of four weeks the patient filled up a survey reporting symptoms, side effects and amount taken. The survey had a grading scale from 1 – 5, one meaning complete resolution, 5 no response at all.


Out of the 22 patients, 17 gave the supplement a rating between one and two.

Most the symptoms had resolved by the end of four weeks, and the largest response was when the patient complained of either diarrhea or constipation, which was resolved within two weeks.

The pilot investigation indicates MMB 750™ has significant potential to provide safe and effective nutritional support for Gastro intestinal management in subjects with complains of abdominal pain, bloatness, gas and either Chron’s or Ulcerative colitis.

The patients taking the MMB 750 did not experience any side effects, and asked for more samples.

I highly recommend this supplement for any patient that has any type of gastrointestinal complain.

Eric Serrano, MD


Humic acid

Impact of humic acids on the colonic microbiome in healthy volunteers Observational Study


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