Sure. Lactoferrin holds on to your iron so it can not be used by pathogenic gut bacteria. It also helps reduce LPS binding to your immune cells reducing inflammation. It also helps break down biofilm and is anti candida/anti viral etc. Colostrum helps increase IgA in the gut. Mesalazine helps to reduce cox 2, an inflammatory pathway which is initiated by LPS. This should help reduce PGE2 and inflammation. It is not systemic and stays in the gut. Zeolite before meals helps to reduce toxicity and therefore inflammation in the gut. It helps the tight junctions seal. Gammanorm is gamma globulin, I am not entirely sure of the mechanism here although believe it helps reduce inflammation in addition to having positive effects on the immune system as a whole. All the supplements/treatments have the aim of reducing LPS translocation which is achieved by reducing inflammation as much as possible.