WE GIVE YOU THAT
GOOD GUT FEEL
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Probiotics are the “good” bacteria in your gut — and they’re actually essential to maintaining a healthy body. Your probiotics have been under attack by the artificial ingredients in our food supply, but now there’s something you can do about it.
People all over the world are catching on to the power of probiotic supplements as word of their tremendous health benefits starts to spread. Probiotics improve your digestion, help reduce cravings for unhealthy foods, boost your body’s natural energy & metabolism, make your skin look better, and boost your immune system!
Our mission is to bring probiotics to the
American people because EVERYONE can benefit.
Our probiotic supplements ensure you’re getting enough “beneficial” bacteria to keep your digestive system balanced and your body thriving.
WHY PROBIOTICS ARE ESSENTIAL
TO VIBRANT HEALTH
If you’re anything like most Americans, you eat a diet that’s mostly processed foods. Because, let’s face it: it’s challenging to eat a healthy, balanced diet of whole foods, such as fruits, vegetables, and whole grains—especially with so many quick and easy empty calorie-foods available.
In our fast-paced lives we reach for what we can, but unfortunately that usually means eating on-the-go foods with ingredients that aren’t ideal for our bodies. These include refined carbohydrates, trans-fat, sugar, high-fructose syrup, artificial sweeteners, preservatives, coloring and chemicals.
DIET IS THE KEY
TO GUT HEALTH
Health professionals know that the Standard American Diet (SAD) is far from healthy, and that it is lacking in nutritional value. But it may surprise you to know that even so-called ‘health’ foods contain some of these same ingredients. And these ingredients may harm not only your gastrointestinal (also known for short as “GI”) system, but also your overall health as well. That’s because your gut is involved every system in the body. A healthy gut is key for immunity, metabolism, detoxification, clear skin, and even a positive outlook.
are you suffering from
poor gut health?
First things first to knowing if you need more probiotics in your diet is assessing the condition of your digestion. If you think you might be suffering from poor gut health, you may notice some of these signs: irritable bowels; sluggish metabolism; restless sleep, nutrient deficiency; food allergies; and recurrent infections. One of the best ways to avoid these, and other potential health problems, is to take extra care of your gut microbiome.
WHAT IS A
“Microbiome” is a term coined by scientists to describe the vast ecosystem of microbes that call your gut “home.” Researchers estimate that there are approximately 100+ trillion microscopic bacteria living in your gut right now. These bacteria are the first defense against pathogenic invaders that can cause illness and disease. Some of these bacteria, however, are not always friendly. In fact, there are “good” and “bad” types of microbiota in your gut.
HOW TO IMPROVE:
If you are suffering with any of the aforementioned health problems, it could be a signal that the bacteria in your GI tract is out of whack. You see, within the microbiome, there are thousands of different species of microbes. Each one of these microbes feeds on the enormous ecosystem of bacteria in the gut.
These “bad” bacteria thrive on sugar and processed foods. By consuming these things, you’re allowing these bacteria to flourish inside of your GI tract. This can contribute to many health issues.
ARE YOU FEEDING THE
GOOD OR BAD BACTERIA?
Understanding which foods and supplements boost gut health is key. Here is a quick breakdown
of what to eat in order to keep the beneficial bacteria growing, and the bad bacteria ‘starved.’
GOOD BACTERIA FOODS:
BAD BACTERIA FOODS:
BOOSTING GUT HEALTH WITH
MORE GOOD BUGS
The first step to better gut health is to consume more “good” bacterial strains. Also known as probiotics, these “good” gut bacteria can help to kill off the “bad” bacteria, restoring the body to optimal health.
Many people turn to probiotic foods, such as yogurt, in order to replenish the“good” bacteria in the gastrointestinal tract. Probiotic foods are great, but they may not be enough. How can we be sure we’re getting the proper daily dosage to ensure the probiotics continue to thrive?
ARE YOU GETTING ENOUGH
You can take a couple of steps to ensure your digestion system is fortified with the tools it needs for optimum health. These two steps include the following: One, take a probiotic supplement once a day that has at least 30 strains and two, add prebiotic-rich foods or a supplement to your diet. These fibrous foods can help to nourish the good bacteria already present in your gut. Prebiotics foods include apple, pea, avocado, garlic, banana, dandelion, artichoke, asparagus, leeks, jicama, and sprouted grains. Prebiotic fiber supplements—in the form of powder—that you can easily add to water or juice are readily available at your favorite health food store.
HOW TO REDUCE YOUR
BAD GUT BACTERIA
If you want to further boost your gut health, there are other ways to reduce the amount of “bad” gut bacteria living in your digestive tract.
Kill off “bad” gut bacteria by reducing your day-to-day stress levels, getting regular exercise, and, as always—eating fresh, in-season produce whenever possible.
CAN PROBIOTICS REALLY HELP
Digestive problems affect an estimated 50 million Americans. If you experience digestive issues like heartburn, nausea, diarrhea, abdominal pain, gas or bloating adding probiotic-rich or good bacteria foods to your diet or a probiotic supplement can most certainly help. As with any new health regimen, talk to your doctor first.