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Why take Probiotic Superfoods?
Chemicals and toxins are present everywhere in today's environment such as our food sources, water supplies, medicines, and workplaces.
Adding good bacteria to a balanced diet may assist to clean out the digestive system and colon, and the pre-digested whole-foods replace vital nutrients at a cellular level.
What can Probiotic Superfoods do for you?
Probiotics assist digestion by increasing the bacteria that perform the digestive functions.
The good bacteria turns proteins from your food into amino acids that your body can use to function. This process neutralises acids creating an alkaline environment. An over-acidic body can feel sluggish, tired and bloated, with body & joint inflammation, mood swings & a toxic liver. An alkaline body has reduced inflammation & bloating, strong hair, nails & bones, strong immune system and detoxified liver.
Probiotic Superfoods provide instantly absorbable nutrients direct to the cells of your body for energy & vitality
Probiotics increase the gut flora which aids the production of B vitamins. These functions are both essential for the production of energy.
Good bacteria works at breaking down buildup of toxins and clearing out the colon, which supports regularity of bowel movements, and may relieve constipation.
Beneficial yeasts such as Saccharomyces Boulardii and S. Cerivisiae are know to Control candida by preventing the overgrowth of the yeast Candida Albicans.
Probiotics may relieve the symptoms of IBS, Leaky Gut & Diverticulitis by reducing inflammation and counteracting colonisation of ‘bad’ microorganisms which often cause excess gas production and digestive discomfort.
Probiotics may improve management of stress by helping to produce the happy hormone, seratonin.
Probiotics may diminish reactions to allergens such as lactose or gluten by re-populating good bacteria in the gut.
Probiotics have the potential to clear up fungal infections by balancing the amount of good bacteria in the gut and reducing over-population of bad bacterias or fungal yeasts.
A good gut microbiome may improve sleep quality by helping to produce the relaxation hormone, melatonin.
Over 80% of our immune system is contained in our gut and bacteria are the first line of defence of the immune system.
A proper balance of bacteria in the intestinal tract is the single most important factor in maintaining good health, and good, friendly bacteria help support healthy immune function.
Good bacteria are responsible to provide essential enzymes, to make nutrients available to the body, to clean up cholesterol, to manufacture B vitamins, to clean out the lower bowels, to destroy bad bacteria and eliminate toxins in the body (to name a few).
All disease begins in the colon and it is the good bacteria's job to promote a healthy colon. All life on the planet depends upon the proper balance of bacteria being present including the human body. Every cell in your body is programmed to keep rebuilding itself; all we need to do is give it the right tools to do so.