Probiotics make vitamins and minerals through fermentation, they digest nutrients from otherwise indigestible foods (such as lactose), and they produce short-chain fatty acids for colonic nutrition and vitamin utilization. Probiotics keep the intestinal mucosal lining balanced, protected and healthy and they clean up toxins, dead and dying cells – stimulating new cell growth. Probiotics strengthen our immunity against infections and bad unfriendly bacteria and prevent their growth by taking up valuable bowel wall space. Probiotics help prevent upper gastrointestinal tract diseases; colon cancer, irritable bowel syndrome, diverticulitis, ulcerative colitis, constipation, candida, bloating, diarrhea diseases and hypercholerolaemia
What do bad bacteria do to our health?
Bad bacteria compete for all the good nutrients. It is estimated that 80% of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) patients, or more, have an overgrowth of bad bacteria in the small intestine. Bad bacteria weaken and exhaust our entire immune system (It has been estimated through studies that up to 40% of children have food intolerances). Bad bacteria such as Escherichia coli and Salmonella cause diarrhea, illness, premature aging, disturbed gastrointestinal function, inflammation and a lowered absorption ability, leading to abnormal permeability, often called leaky gut
What do Prebiotics & Probiotics do when combined?
Research shows us they help prevent constipation, reduce ALL gastrointestinal illness, reduce ALL bowel cancers, improve immunity & the strength of the entire immune system, lower risk of chest infection, speed recovery, deliver genuine long-term weight loss, extend your lifespan, increase nutritional absorption, strengthen bone density, lower your risk of osteoporosis, lower the need for antibiotics and prevent allergic reactions.
What foods contain the most Probiotics?
Miso, natto, kimchi (lactic acid fermented pickles), genuine sourdough bread, yoghurt (authentic living unprocessed raw yoghurt), apple cider vinegar (with the Mother culture), Korean kirn chi (cabbage), sauerkraut, umebushi plums, tempeh and pickled ginger or daikon.
What will kill your Probiotics?
Antibiotics, bad bacteria, the modern processed and refined diet, too much cooked food, travel bugs, medications, chlorine, toxins, birth control pills, heavy metals and stress.
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