Probiotic 30 Billion
Probiotic 30 Billion
PROBIOTIC CAPSULES 30 BILLION:
- Helps maintain a healthy intestinal microecology
- Promotes smoother digestion
- Enhances nutrient absorption
- Facilitates your body’s immune and inflammatory response
- Supports more regular bowel pattern
- Encourages fat burning & an ideal body weight
Probiotics support optimal digestive health and can help you ‘beat the bloat.’ While it’s true that probiotics live in your sinuses, your nostrils, on your skin, and even in your mouth, most of the probiotics in your body reside in your digestive tract, specifically your large intestine and colon. When stress, illness, antibiotic use, or a poor diet compromise the probiotic bacteria population in these areas of the body, digestive symptoms are imminent. Gas, bloating, and a disruption of normal bowel habits are often the first signs that something has gone awry. Supplementation with a top-quality probiotic can help repopulate these areas with beneficial bacteria, often helping to restore normal digestion, and helping you beat the bloat.
A Probiotic to Support Weight Loss
Probiotics assist with healthy weight loss. It’s absolutely true. The correct balance of probiotic bacteria in your gut supports your body’s fat-burning efforts and helps maintain and control a healthy weight Probiotics also help digest your food, break down fiber, produce water-soluble B vitamins, as well as fat-soluble vitamins such as vitamin K. These beneficial bacteria also produce short-chain fatty acids that can boost your metabolism which also supports healthy weight management.
Immune System Support
Probiotics are critical for a fine tuned immune system. If you haven’t heard me say it before, allow me to say it again here: 60-80% of your body’s immune system is located in your gut. This is in large part because your gut microbiology is so critical to the way your immune system operates. Probiotics also support the adaptive immune system as well as immune homeostasis and your body’s inflammatory response.
Probiotics support regular and healthy bowel habits. Did you know that probiotic bacteria account for up to 70% of the bulk of a healthy bowel movement? Without adequate probiotic bacteria in your large intestine and colon, stool often does not have enough bulk to stimulate peristalsis (the contractions of the colon that help you have a bowel movement). Well formed stool is just one piece of the puzzle though. Your large intestine and colon should also be protected by a thin, healthy layer of mucus. This layer helps bowel movements pass easily, but without adequate probiotic bacteria, it is often compromised, leading to poorly formed and difficult to pass stool.