Gut/Brain Injury – How, Why, and What You Can Do About It: A Webinar about Restore



Date: Thursday, June 11, 2015 | Time: 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. EST


Zach Bush, MD will demonstrate the unifying science behind the devastating changes in the food, farming and medical industries and introduce the breakthrough science of bacteria and their communication with the body’s defense systems.

The industrial storm of the last seventy years has left the human gut and immune system vulnerable to injury. There has been a steady loss of biodiversity in our bowel bacterial ecosystem. Factory farming, processed foods, and widespread antibiotic use have all played major roles in this decline. This loss of biodiversity has left the bowel wall vulnerable to toxin damage. Two synergistic toxins in our food and water systems have exploited this vulnerability, resulting in direct damage to the tight junctions that compose the natural firewalls at the gut/blood and blood/brain barriers. The tight junction injury at the gut wall is the foundation of chronic inflammatory disorders. Autism is among the most profound clinical examples of this root-cause injury.

Tight junctions are protected by the carbon and mineral metabolites of bacterial digestion. When the intestinal bacteria are balanced and thriving in extreme diversity of 20,000 or more species, this matrix of metabolites produces a strong enzyme defense system that protects the tight junctions from the toxin zonulin that is made at the intestinal lining.

The most potent of the common triggers for zonulin damage to the gut wall in our diet is glyphosate, the most common ingredient in weedkiller, including RoundUp. Gluten is the most potent of the naturally occurring triggers for zonulin production in our modern diet. The loss of bacteria and the presence of glyphosate in our diet has resulted in widespread gluten sensitivity. As zonulin is produced at the gut, it damages tight junctions, resulting in chronic systemic inflammation and immune dysregulation. It then circulates systemically, damaging the blood brain barrier, kidney tubule systems and blood vessel walls.

The correlations between diet, gut bacteria and autism have long been recognized. This new science finally delivers the mechanisms behind this relationship. The novel science of bacterial communication is the foundation for a new class of dietary supplements that goes beyond the probiotic, prebiotic and enzyme eras of gut supplementation.

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Dr. Zach Bush

Zach Bush, MD is one of the few triple-board-certified physicians in the U.S. with specialties in Internal Medicine, Endocrinology and Palliative Care. His achievements include award-winning cell biology, clinical care and medical education. He is the founder of Revolution Health Center in Scottsville, Virginia and is the CEO of Biomic Sciences, the team that has brought forth the novel science and product line, Restore.

Restore is the first dietary supplement that delivers the balanced family of bacterial metabolites that promote a healthy firewall of tight junctions in the gut wall and blood/brain barrier. Restore provides the communication network to support the return of biodiversity to the gut ecosystem necessary for thriving immune function. Restore is the first supplement on the market that functions as an antidote to glyphosate and gluten toxicity at the tight junction. Restore rapidly increases production of the enzymes that break down zonulin to prevent systemic tight-junction injury.


Please join TMR for our FREE Webinar Thursday, June 11, 12-1 p.m. EST (REGISTER HERE) with Zach Bush, MD, and learn why many of us came back from the AutismOne Conference in Chicago excited to try Restore.

~ Thinking Moms’ Revolution

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48 Responses to Gut/Brain Injury – How, Why, and What You Can Do About It: A Webinar about Restore

  1. Sevil says:

    Hi there. I had diarrhoea the following day after taking a few drops of restore4life. Should i keep taking it? Thanks…

    • ProfessorTMR says:

      It can have profound effects on compromised gut linings. It sounds to me like you probably need it, but you might need to stay at a low dose for some period of time. There is a Facebook group I believe for Restore users where the people who sell it can answer your questions.

  2. Allison Martorell says:

    Hi. We just started using Restore 4 days ago with my 10yr old nonverbal daughter. we have been using the ioncleanse fb for 6 months. My question is, since starting Restore we stopped supplementing other minerals for the fb, but I’m trying to find out if it’s ok to still give her nutrivene d. I havent since we started Restore but I would like to keep giving it if it’s ok to do. And should I keep supplementing the other minerals too on fb days? thank you so much!

    • ProfessorTMR says:

      I don’t think Restore conflicts with other minerals. I’ve never heard of anyone having a problem using both.

  3. Mary says:

    My autistic daughter and I are on Results RNA, silver, glutathione,zeolite and neuro. Would it be too much on the body to combine your product to help my daughter?

  4. Jane Njeri Ndegwa says:

    Hi. My name is Jane a Kenyan and lives in Nairobi. Am a mother of an autistic boy 6years, non verbal. Have read about restoring gut suppliment and unfortunetly its not in the market here? Please do you plan to introduce it in Africa and to be precise Kenya and we can do the Marketing? In Kenya today there are soo many Autistic Children, please consider introducing here. Am really interested. Thankyou.

  5. Anne says:

    professor tmr: Over on the Facebook group we are curious about an explanation for the aggression and hyperactivity side effects. Can someone elaborate a little as to why this happens, what reactions of this sort might indicate, and what can help it (Epsom baths already noted)? Thank you!

  6. Kathy Mitchell says:


    I’m interested in a coupon code for 15% off but TMR15 does not work. 🙁 Is there another code I can use?

  7. Jennifer Spokas says:

    I wish I could hear more parent’s opinions of this supplement. Someone mentions it has heavy metals in it? What the heck?

  8. Jennifer says:

    Just got mine in the mail. Trying to find a FB or Yahoo group to discuss the ins and outs. The current FB group is capped at 500. Any chance of getting that lifted or should a new group be started?

  9. Lea says:

    If I forget to take Restore all day, should I take all 3Tb. at night? Or only 1 Tb. at a time? & if so how close together can I take the 1 Tb?

    • ProfessorTMR says:

      Lea, the recommended dosage on the bottle is three TEASPOONS, divided throughout the day. That totals to ONE tablespoon. The bottle (and Dr. Zach) says that the division is “preferable,” but it’s definitely better to take it all together than not at all.

  10. Kasey Gartner says:

    I have purchased Restore and would love to be added to the FB group. Can anyone here add me? Thank you!!

  11. Amanda says:

    Hi! Is has this webinar been saved? Was wondering if it’s still available to watch?

  12. Mike Koehler says:

    Any success using the restore you’d like to share? Anyone on anti-seizure medication(s) and using the restore? Our son is on depakote and I would like to know what potential effect the restore would have; would it make the depakote have a greater effect? Or would the depakote be less effective?

    • ProfessorTMR says:

      I’m in a Facebook group for people who are using Restore. LOTS of people reporting LOTS of little changes, and some some people reporting BIG changes. Seeing lots of reports including more speech, clearer speech, more engagement, pooping on the potty, less bedwetting. On the not-so-great side, there is some Herxheimer type/die-off reaction going on for a lot of people. The existing gut bacterial regime doesn’t let go of power without some protest. The single most common thing I’ve seen on the negative side seems to be increase in aggression for some. Those folks need to go R-E-A-L-L-Y slowly. I’ll see if I can get some folks with kids on anti-seizure meds to comment here.

      • Dinah Mattick says:

        Is it possible to join the Facebook group? Would love to connect with parents using this. Just started with my son and he’s already having die-off.

      • Rolando Marriott says:

        How does one go about joining the Facebook group using Restore. Is there a group geared towards the ASD community? We would love to read/see experiences.

      • Rolando Marriott says:

        Our kiddo is very sensitive so we started with 5 drops once a day on Sunday mostly at night. Nice reaction. Yesterday we gave him 5 drops before school and notes came back that he was a bit aggressive which is unlike him. You mentioned really slow. What are some suggestions?

        Thank you for help.

      • ProfessorTMR says:

        You could split the 5 drops up into two doses, two in the morning, three in the evening and add when a drop in the morning when things settle down. Or you could continue giving them only at night for now. A lot of people have to go this slowly, so don’t worry. The fact that you got a nice reaction means you are on the right track. The vendor suggest breaking it up into three doses over the day, but at such a low dosage I don’t think that’s going to be too helpful. After you’ve ramped up a little, you might want to divide it into three and you may still have to make the evening the largest dose. You might want to add a calming supplement in the meantime as well, like magnesium.

      • Evan Harlow says:

        Can I please join this FB group- I am researching giving Restore to my 6 year old, and also taking it for myself. I just ordered a bottle but my son is on the spectrum and I would not like to increase his aggression, obviously, so I want to talk to other parents. Thanks what FB group is it?

  13. Lea says:

    I tried the TMR15. It didn’t work. I am also interested in the clinical trial.
    I would also like to know how important it is to eat 1/2 hr. After taking Restore. Is the idea that u take Restore on an empty stomach? Do you need to eat a full meal after 1/2 hr?will a snack be OK or if u don’t eat for an hr or longer does it matter?

    • ProfessorTMR says:

      No, the timing does not appear to be crucial. Restore will repair the stomach lining at any time. Giving it with food just means that it will counteract any damage done by the food. Not sure what the problem could be with the TMR15.

  14. Cheryl Martinez says:


    I’m just learning about this- the webinar was awesome. I heard the question and answer period but just want to clarify – Dr says you can still take other supplements while taking Restore – is that correct? Except for probiotics….

    Thank you!

    • ProfessorTMR says:

      Yes, other supplements are mostly fine. Probiotics and enzymes he recommended to be only taken over the short term (like a couple of weeks) because the idea is to restore the body’s natural signaling capabilities, and that may not be possible if you are relying on enzymes and probiotics. Also, no probiotic contains the kind of diversity that a healthy gut should contain.

  15. Kim says:

    I’m still not sure I understand the benefits of including nickel and tungsten in Restore. Many of our kids are toxic for nickel and it really isn’t usually considered something beneficial. Can you give me more info on these two ingredients? Thanks!

    • Betzee says:

      Interesting that no one replied to this rather important and excellent question….

    • ProfessorTMR says:

      Nickel and tungsten are not deliberately “included” in Restore. Restore is a natural product taken from the earth. As such, it includes minerals found in the earth in trace amounts. As Dr. Zachary Bush says, in approximately the same concentrations you would get by eating a sweet potato.

      • Trine says:

        What about copper in Restore? Many people with gut-problems have to high copper levels. I`m hg-poisened and have problems with my gut also, so I wonder if this is safe for me?

      • ProfessorTMR says:

        Same thing. It’s there because of the nature of the thing. According to Dr. Bush it’s rarely a problem, but you would have to decide that for yourself. As we always say, there is nothing that works for everyone.

  16. Lea says:

    I watched a video about Restore. It said that there was a coupon ed for 15% off on the thinking mom’s revolution Web page. I looked on the Web page & did not find a coupon. I would like to buy Restore. Can u tell me how to get a coupon?

  17. Jen says:

    How do I get the 20% off for subscribing for a years supply? And how can I get my sons into the 12 month clinical trial mentioned towards the end?

  18. Kim says:

    Hi! Great webinar! I am looking for the promo/coupon code for the 15% off? Can you help me with that? Thank you!

  19. Sherry says:

    I am trying to register, but it is saying this event isn’t available? I am super excited to learn about this product! I even sent a link to our doctor!

    • ProfessorTMR says:

      Hi Sherry! So many people registered that the event got full. But we expanded the platform, so please try again!

  20. Kiley says:

    Hi! I’m trying to sign up for the Restore webinar, but the link you’ve posted is showing “Training not available”. Is there another way to sign up, or has this been cancelled?


  21. Donna says:

    Interested in purchasing RESTORE

  22. Butina says:

    My child become disable from the food haspital recomanded to her

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