AstraGin® may help support normal human performance* when used in formulas consisting of:

  • amino acids
  • protein (whey & plant-based)
  • creatine
  • arginine
  • beta-alanine
  • curcumin
  • glucosamine
  • and several other nutrients*

When formulating AstraGin®, NuLiv Science utilizes the root of the plant and isolates proprietary identified compounds for its nutraceutical benefits.

Colon Illistrations


AstraGin® is a 100% natural compound composed of highly purified saponins isolated from the Astragalus membranaceous and Panax notoginseng plant.

AstraGin® holds a US patent for “Method of enhancing nutrient absorption” as well as multiple international patents.

In multiple pre-clinical studies, AstraGin® has demonstrated it may help support absorption of certain nutrients including amino acids, minerals, and vitamins.*


  • Sports Nutrition
  • Wellness*
  • Anti-Aging*
  • Gut Health*


Gras Affirmed
InformedChoice Sport Certified


Marker compounds: Total saponins greater than or equal to 1.5%
Solubility: Soluble in water
Color: Light beige
Odor: Characteristic
Taste: Slightly bitter
Appearance: Fine granular powder
pH: 6.9-7.0 (1g in 100mL water)
Shelf life: 36 months
Preservatives: None

Why Does Gut Health Matter?

A healthy gut is foundational to general health and wellness.  

Healthy gut lining may contribute to:

  • Better absorption and bioavailability within the gut and human body*

  • Growth and vitality of a range of beneficial gut bacteria*

  • Supporting a normalized gut, immune, and brain function*

Newer research studies show that our levels of happiness vs. sadness, optimism vs. pessimism, togetherness vs. loneliness are not just all in our head – in fact, a key contributor to mental wellness is determined by what is going on in our second brain – our gut. The brain-gut axis is gaining increasing attention month-by-month by practitioners. When healthy nutrition combines with a healthy gut, optimal wellness can be experienced.


Nutrition at Peak Performance

We spend countless hours researching superfoods and new herb extracts to give us the physical appearance, sports performance, and beauty enhancements we are looking for.

We consume raw this, cold pressed that, herb extracts and dietary supplements.

Do we ever ask ourselves: are we getting the most nutrients from our nutrition? Just because we eat something “healthy,” does not mean our body is getting all the nutrients from our healthy superfood or supplement.

Is there a way to make my superfood more super?

How do we get as much glucosamine as we can into our knees?

We take curcumin for its numerous health benefits, but how do we get the most out of our curcumin products?

Protein shakes have been the craze for decades. We all have a shaker or two in our cupboards, but how exactly are we getting the protein from the shake, into our muscles?

It really boils down to how bioavailable these nutrients are to our bodies, and how bioavailable our body narrows down to absorption.

Once we consume a superfood or supplement, it is broken down into smaller building blocks… The digested building blocks re moved down our intestines and then absorbed into the bloodstream.

90% of our body’s absorption occurs in the small intestine. This is where carrier molecules (think delivery trucks taking foods to loading docks) transport various nutrients into our bloodstream which is then delivered to cells, tissues, muscles, and organs in our body.

If 90% of the nutrients are absorbed in this key area, it is vital for our absorption aka our body’s bioavailability to be at its best.

How we digest and absorb determines how much nutrients in what we eat actually get to the trillion cells in our body.

Most nutrients are absorbed by helpers or carrier molecules (transporters) to get them t through the intestinal wall out into general circulation (bloodstream) so they can be distributed to the entire body.

This is how our favorite superfood or supplement can have its most effect on our bodies.

Absorption can be impaired by diets, medication, stress, pollution, and a sedentary lifestyle. Consequently, absorption plays a critical role in the final bioavailability of nutrients in the human body and has a great impact on our health.

The healthiest diet does not equate to the most nutritious diet if you are not getting the most nutrients from your nutrition.