5 ways Probiotics can help you

5 ways probiotics can help you

1. Make the most of that good food you eat

Probiotics help your body absorb all the nutrients from all that healthy food & put it to good use. The good bugs are essential for digestion and assimilation of those nutrients. They especially help absorb magnesium, calcium and iron

2. Healthy gut healthy body

Approximately 85% of the immune system resides in the gut. When the good bugs in your gut have been compromised it follows that the immune system is also compromised. Probiotics have been shown to enhance immunity, relieve gut infections.

3. Build the good bugs back up

After Antibiotics, which destroy all gut bacteria – including the beneficial ones. Probiotics will build the good bugs back up giving you a healthy balance.

4. Keep the bugs in perfect harmony

Keep them in balance. When the balance of bacteria is disrupted and harmful bacteria outnumber beneficial bacteria, this is called dybiosis. Dysbiosis is associated with increased gut permeability (leaky gut) and manifests in symptoms such as flatulence, bloating, diarrhoea or constipation, vomiting, reflux and colic (in infants).

5. Help with digestion

Probiotics assist with proper digestion of foods and can aid in preventing food allergies. They are helpful for treating lactose-intolerant people and enhance the absorption of other nutrients.

 

Where do you get these amazing things called probiotics then?

You need to consume live active bacteria on a regular basis. Real food probiotics not created from someone’s faceal matter – yes someone’s poo 💩, no you don’t want that.

I take fast tract to really boost  my good bugs it has a crazy mount of good bacteria in it & is gluten free. I use this say every 3 mths for about 2 weeks as a boost. On the daily I use Inliven which has the benefits of 26 whole foods & all their amazing nutrients.

Both are certified organic, raw, vegan – good for you & the planet 💚

Keep your good bugs happy & thriving

Much Love

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