Probiotics Enable EASY Digestion and STRONG Immunity
Most Everyone Needs Probiotics ~ Every Day
To offset the damage done by, and recover from:
- Antibiotics and other pharmaceutical drugs
- Poor diet (processed foods, sugar, soda, alcohol)
- Stressful lifestyle
- Diarrhea and constipation
- Chlorinated water.
There are SO many factors that can upset the balance of the good and bad bacteria in your digestive system.
We cannot stress enough, the importance of a healthy digestive system. Because the big horrible effect of poor digestion is a compromised immune system.
This can enable easy progress into serious discomforts and diseases. It all depends on your genetics, individual weaknesses and your lifestyle.
Over time, the water level in an old pond will slowly drain away (as do the reserves of youth in your body).
When the pond water level drops, random things will poke-up from the bottom (like discomfort or disease will surface in your aging body).
Which particular discomfort or disease comes to the surface all depends on your individual weak tendencies.
Probiotics are Crucial for Your Health and Vitality
Symptoms of Healthy Digestion
~ Benefits of Probiotics ~
- Regular bowel movements (no constipation or diarrhea)
- No bloating nor heartburn
- Healthy body weight
- No unexplained stiff and sore joints
- Strong immune system (fewer or no colds, flus or infections).
Some people are not yet aware of Probiotics, so here’s a quick definition…
Anti-biotic means “against life” so it follows that Pro-biotic means “for life“.
Probiotics are healthy, desirable bacteria.
Just as “bad” bacteria can make us sick, “good” bacteria can protect us from disease. Friendly bacteria balance the destructive bacteria.
Living inside your digestive system is a vast amount of good bacteria, which perform very important functions, from your mouth down to your rectum. They pre-process every nutrient that you absorb.
The good, friendly bacteria exist along side the bad bacteria – potential disease-causing bacteria.
When the bad bacteria overgrow, the resulting imbalance creates poor digestion, a weakened immune system, aches and pains. And often this causes an overgrowth of Candida albicans or yeast.
The dynamic balance and diversity of digestive bacteria will protect us from disease.
Your good bacteria and yeast must exist in balance, for you to stay healthy.
Supplementing with good, friendly bacteria – Probiotics – aids digestion, promotes natural immunity and resistance to diseases, and is crucial in regaining and maintaining your health and vitality.
Most people have some form of difficult digestion such as constipation, diarrhea, bloated belly, gas cramps, heartburn…
Do you have one of these?
These symptoms make hard work for your digestive system, to keep all toxins moving freely out of your body.
If you do nothing about symptoms of poor digestion, your discomforts will likely develop into other areas of pain, like in your joints, muscles and nerves. These can easily evolve into painful, degenerative diseases.
Anything you can do to free-up your immune system will boost your health. Especially when you give yourself comfortable digestion!
to Recover from Antibiotics
Antibiotics kill bacteria – Both bad AND good!
Before you take antibiotics, be certain that your infection is bacterial, as many are viral and will NOT be affected by antibiotics. If you must take antibiotics, know that Probiotic Supplementation is necessary to re-colonize your gut after antibiotic treatment. This is of utmost importance in maintaining your health in the long run.
Powerful Mix of Soil-based Microorganisms (SBOs)
SBOs are extremely aggressive against all disease-causing viruses, bacteria, yeast, fungi and mold.
Eating commercially grown food keeps your diet deficient in SBO Probiotics. These microscopic probiotics are still present only in healthy soils that have not been commercially abused and tainted with pesticides.
Promotes Optimal Bowel Regularity
More than probiotic supplementation…
Your complete solution for digestive restoration, from one end to the other. Contains SBO Probiotics, Prebiotics (food for continued probiotic growth), Essential Fats, Antioxidants and even herbal parasite killers.
- Cleanse and rebuild digestive health
- Eliminate parasites
- Reduces toxins, aches and pains
- Helps manage weight too.
Flushes out your good intestinal microorganisms, leaving you vulnerable to opportunistic infections.
Probiotics replenish your beneficial bacteria and help prevent new infections – invaluable to help prevent AND treat Traveler’s Diarrhea.
A good intestinal bacteria balance provides protection against a broad range of pathogens, including certain forms of Clostridia, Escherichia Coli, Salmonella, Shigella and Pseudomonas, as well as yeasts such as Candida albicans.
Yeast Infections (Candida Albicans)
Probiotics help prevent yeast infections in all mucosal membranes. This includes your mouth, nose, eyelids, trachea, lungs, stomach, intestines, ureters, urethra and bladder. If you have any discomforts in these areas, Probiotic Supplementation can help.
Candida Overgrowth can cause “Leaky Gut”
The real problem with candida overgrowth is what it does to you over time.
When left alone, candida grows into the rhizome stage. It sprouts into a long, finger-like fungus that punches holes in your entire digestive tract (Leaky Gut or Permeable Bowel Syndrome), allowing toxins to enter your bloodstream. Then your immune system, lymphatic system and liver must work very hard to deal with these toxins.
Digestion slows down even further and you end up with a vicious cycle that creates even more candida, liver congestion and leaky gut. Candida eats sugars and excretes alcohol. Your liver is stressed from dealing with all the alcohol. Many people call brain fog “die off” and often die-off is involved, but really, it’s all those toxins passing through the blood brain barrier. Whenever you feel fatigue and brain fogged, cleanse your colon.
Normally, every body has some level of candida, typically found in the digestive tract that extends from your mouth to your rectum. A healthy level of Candida Albicans is kept in check by friendly bacteria in your intestines.
In some people, candida can easily overgrow, and this is the foundation of a multitude of ailments and diseases. Most people think that they have to “fight” candida as if it were some external invasion. It is not – it’s your body’s reaction to digestive imbalance, and when corrected, the candida problem will go away.
The probiotic acidophilus is a source of lactase, the enzyme needed to digest milk sugar, which is insufficient in lactose intolerant people. If you’re lactose intolerant, you’ll need more than probiotics – please see our Digestive Enzymes formulated specifically to break down lactose:
A Word about PREbiotics
Prebiotics are food for your already present good bacteria.
Prebiotics enable the continued growth of your good bacteria by feeding them and stimulating their activity.
If your gut is not colonized by the right mix of microorganisms, you will not be able to reach your full potential. You will always be off… sometimes a little bit and sometimes a whole lot.
Personal Experiences with Probiotics
“I had a bad candida (yeast) overgrowth for a long time, but am now in the best health of my life. It happened after I changed how I looked at the problem. The problem is not candida, it’s your body’s malfunctioning digestion that allows the candida to overgrow. If you want the candida to disappear on its own – and it will – fix your digestion, clean out your liver, and stop adding toxic drugs, foods etc.” ~ Martin Pytela
Below is by Ann-Louise, Editor at Life-Enthusiast
In 1963 (my first year of life) I had what the doctors called chronic bronchitis. These days, I think they would call it asthma. And they thought that antibiotics – their new miracle drug – would heal me. So for the first 10 months of my life, I was on antibiotics the whole time. And I stayed sick. They switched me from one antibiotic to another, always thinking that the next one would heal me. My poor, new little gut never had a chance. Never had a chance at proper colonization, to develop a strong immune system.
It’s crucial to understand how a healthy gut relates to a strong immune system.
While I was growing up, and even into my 40’s, my diet was not great. I didn’t eat hardly any fresh food. Very little fruits and veggies. White pasta with sauce, wine and processed foods of all sorts that I don’t really remember now. I just remember that there was not much fresh food. And now I totally understand its critical importance.
At the beginning of my 30’s, I had many, many coughs and colds. At least once a year, a cough developed into bronchitis. Then an herbalist friend told me about echinacea. This changed my life!
From then on, every time I felt a sore throat and cold coming on, I took an echinacea tincture. Then I didn’t get bronchitis anymore, but I still got a sore throat with fatigue quite often. And for a while there, it was happening every couple weeks.
Then another friend loaned me a book about Candida albicans, or yeast.
This changed my life too! I began to realize how my poor diet (processed foods, sugar and alcohol) was making me sick! Simply changing my diet to be mostly vegetables for a week seemed to cure my fatigue and sore throat! Imagine that!
But this also was temporary, until my herbalist friend told me about Probiotics…
She explained about the good and bad bacteria inside us, as well as naturally occurring yeast. She said that by taking Probiotics, more good bacteria, the balance would be set straight.
I began to really see the correlation… when the balance in my gut was upset by my poor diet (sugar, processed foods and alcohol), then I got a sore throat and fatigue.
Holy Cow! This was amazing to me! The simple concept (diet) with this simple supplement (Probiotics), could keep me healthy! Now, I was really onto something.
Fast forward to my health “train-wreck” in 2005.
As I lay in my hospital bed recovering, I heard the surgeon ask the nurse how long I’d been on the IV antibiotics. Whatever her answer was (I don’t remember), the surgeon’s eyes went wide, his eyebrows raised and he said “Well that’s enough then”. I immediately thought “OMG!!! Now I’m in for it!” I knew that I’d have a great big recovery from just the antibiotic therapy.
Although the antibiotics contributed to saving my life, I was going to need more therapy to recover from them… PROBIOTICS!
At this point, I asked the surgeon about taking Probiotics, and he asked “What’s that?” Times are really changing, because in 2010, my son had a ruptured appendix and antibiotic therapy. The doctors, nurses and even the pharmacist all recommended Probiotics.
People are slowly becoming aware of the importance of good bacteria in their gut. Just know that recovery from antibiotic therapy requires Probiotics supplements in the form of capsules. Yogurt can be good, just not enough.
Build healthy digestion where illness dare not tread.