30 Billion Probiotic assists your body in establishing a healthy level of good bacteria in your digestive tract. Often referred to as your “Gut,” the human intestinal Microbiome is essential for maintaining the immune system and human health. Probiotics prevent various metabolic diseases such as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)/irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), hyperglycemia, and antibiotic or travel-related diarrhea. They also assist in creating healthy stools on a more regular basis. Our 100% All-Natural formula is Guaranteed to work, or we will give you your money back!
When consumed, probiotics thrive in the intestinal environment and provide benefits that aid in digestion and support normal bowel function. The word “Probiotic” is derived from Greek and means “for life”, as opposed to antibiotics which means “against life”. Probiotics are defined as “live microorganisms, which when administered in adequate amounts, confer a health benefit on the host” .
• Often referred to as your “Gut,” the human intestinal Microbiome is essential for maintaining the immune system and human health (1). Studies have highlighted the potential role of the gut microbiome in altering the health status of the host. There is a close relationship between the intestinal microbiota and various chronic metabolic diseases, including type 2 diabetes (2), liver cirrhosis (3), gout (4), colorectal cancer (5), arthritis (6), and even brain disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease (7, 8) and Parkinson’s disease (9).
Treatment strategies targeting patient intestinal microbiomes represent a new approach in disease diagnosis and treatment. The efficacy of probiotics in regulating and rebuilding the host intestinal microbiome is well recognized, and the probiotic interference strategy has been used to prevent and cure various metabolic diseases, including type 2 diabetes (15), inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)/irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) (16), and hyperglycemia (17).
(1-17) National Institute for Health https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6469956/ mSyatems 2019 Mar-Apr; 4(2): e00017-19. Published online 2019 Apr 16. m
It may be hard to imagine, but our bodies are home to more than 100 trillion microorganisms...this means that the bacteria in your body outnumber your body’s cells 10 to 1! The majority of these bacteria reside in the gut, and are roughly 70% “good” or healthy bacteria, and 30% “bad” bacteria. Most of the gut flora is found in the colon, or large intestine, the last part of the digestive tract.
The gut flora performs a variety of functions that are important for health. In fact, 70% of our immune cells are located in the digestive tract, making the health of the digestive tract critical to overall health. A healthy and well-balanced gut flora facilitates digestion, protects us from pathogens, provides vitamins and nutrients and helps form the immune system.
Similarly, spore-forming probiotic bacteria have demonstrated the ability to crowd out bad bacteria for a more balanced gut flora, and increase immune reaction of intestinal cells. For example, the Bacillus subtilis strain exhibits a wide range of probiotic benefits, including:
protecting the body from pathogens, and improving gut health.
Bacillus coagulans - Clinical research shows that taking Bacillus coagulans daily for 56-90 days improves quality of life by
decreasing bloating, vomiting, abdominal pain, and the number of bowel movements in people with diarrhea-predominant IBS.
Lactobacillus acidophilus - This bacteria can help restore the normal balance of intestinal bacteria. Lactobacillus acidophilus has been used for diarrhea and other stomach/intestinal problems. It has also been known to help with vaginal and urinary tract infections.
Bifidobacterium lactis - Effective in resisting acid digestion, preventing diarrhea, relieving constipation and decreasing chronic pain and inflammation of the colon. Has the ability to protect epithelial cells from damage caused by gliadin (gluten) exposure. Supports immunity.
Bifidobacterium longum - A very abundant organism found in the large intestine, it’s been found to reduce the frequency of gastrointestinal disorders (diarrhea, nausea, etc.) during antibiotic use. Detoxifies toxins and reduces distress. Able to implant in the colon of adults.
Lactobacillus salivarius - Important in normalizing the gut flora of those dealing with chronic bowel conditions and shows potential as an effective inhibitor of H. pylori, an organism associated with the occurrence of ulcers.
Lactobacillus paracasei - Provides several health-promoting effects through the production of bacteriocins, compounds that inhibit the growth of pathogenic bacteria in the small intestine. Digests Food, detoxifies toxins, able to implant in the small intestine and mouth.
Bifidobacterium breve - Produces L+lactic acid, metabolizes more than 20 carbohydrates, readily adheres to human intestinal cells and blocks the adherence of pathogenic bacteria like E. coli. Digests food and protects digestion.
Lactobacillus plantarum - has significant antioxidant activities and helps to maintain intestinal permeability. It suppresses the growth of gas-producing bacteria in the intestines. It helps to create microbe balance and stabilize digestive enzyme patterns.