History and Use of probiotics
He suggested that it would be possible to modify the gut flora and to replace harmful microbes by useful microbes. Lactobacillus acidophilus and bifidobacterium longum inhabiting the gastrointestinal tract and vagina. (2,3)
Probiotics are an important tool for preserving our natural health. Our bodies contain billions of bacteria that live in a delicate balance with each other and in symbiosis with us. There are more than 500 different strains of bacteria performing different functions.
They break down our food into easily absorbed nutrients and act as natural antibiotics by either crowding out, or producing substances to kill unfriendly micro-organisms. They also aid digestion in a variety of ways and promote immunity.
Factors such as stress, disease, environmental conditions or the use of certain medicines can harm these friendly bacteria. Prescribed antibiotics practically wipe out these beneficial organisms.
Health specialists recommend the use of a Probiotic supplement after detoxing, and following a course of medication like antibiotics, which can deplete the body’s supply of friendly bacteria
Bifidus Longum Lactobacillus
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- Each capsule contains 12 billion high potency friendly microorganisms consisted of 11 strains bacteria, including
- The Lactobacillus strains: acidophilus, casei, brevis, rhamnosus, bulgaricus, plantarum and salvarius. These release unique enzymes which help to break down larger milk proteins for absorption.
- The Bifidobacterium strains: longum, infantis and bifidum, which help to create B vitamins.
- And Streptococcus thermophiles which is commonly used to make probiotic yoghurts.
- Use Probiotic Eleven as part of your daily health maintenance programme, and in particular when you:
- Are about to have, or have recently undergone hospital treatment
- Are pregnant or trying to conceive
- Are planning to travel abroad
- Have recently suffered from a digestive upset
- Have recently completed a dietary cleanse or colonic irrigation treatment