Do you have stomach issues? Heart problems? Excessive inflammation?
Probiotics just might be the answer.
We have more bacteria than cells in our bodies.
Yet when it comes to disease risk, the concern isn’t how much bacteria are in our body.
It is to make sure we have enough of the right bacteria (the beneficial bugs) to outnumber the bad ones.
The best way to ensure this healthy ratio of gut bacteria is to take a daily probiotic.
Probiotics are microbes that are introduced into the body for beneficial health effects.
The goal is to have enough of these to colonize our gut with health-boosting microorganisms. When we get enough of the good bugs into our gut they push the bad, inflammatory ones out. Taking probiotics can help to balance the amount of “good” and “bad” bacteria to keep the body working properly. It also helps to replace the loss of good bacteria (for example, antibiotic use destroys good bacteria).
Some of the best food sources of probiotics are fermented foods like kombucha or sauerkraut, dairy or yogurt. Probiotics can also be found in dietary supplements.
Probiotics are essential to immune function and good health. A huge proportion of your immune system lies within the gut.
Altered composition of microbes in the gut is linked to a myriad of chronic diseases such as heart disease, autoimmune disease and gastrointestinal disorders.
Having enough of the right amounts of good bacteria is key to health.
Yes, this is the best way to ensure a high potency dose of healthy microorganisms every day.
If you have health issues mentioned above, try consuming a higher amount of healthy microbes with our 100 billion CFU probiotic.
For maintenance, we recommend our 30 billion CFU probiotic.
Additionally, if you’re just looking to add in a healthy dose of probiotics to your daily regimen give our Daily Defense protein powder a try!
Generally, there are little to no side effects of taking a probiotic daily.
Some people may experience mild digestive symptoms like bloating or gas, but it is rare. In fact, people usually experience positive benefits.
If you are critically ill, immune-compromised or have had surgery recently be sure to talk with your doctor before adding probiotics to your daily regimen.
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