Your microbiome is under attack

Poor diet… stress… food additives… pesticides… environmental pollutants and nano materials being slipped into our food

Your system is inundated with these constantly. Some of them, like environmental pollutants, hit your health on a daily basis.

All of these invaders bombard your “Second Brain” and wreak havoc on your body’s internal microbiome.

Wait, what is this “microbiome” and how can it possibly help provide the support to boost immune health, battle occasional bloating, lose weight faster, and improve your physical and mental mood?

All bacteria, fungi, protozoa, and viruses that exist on your skin, and inside your body, make up your microbiome.

Hold on, before words like bacteria and protozoa gross you out, you should know that those bacteria, the good bacteria in your microbiome, especially those in your GUT and digestive tract have the potential to completely change your life and revitalize your health.

How is that possible?

Because in your microbiome there are billions of bacteria that control, regulate, and power up (or destroy) what many scientists call the Gut-Brain Axis.

Or, if your body is being hammered by environmental toxins or pesticides in the food you eat…

Then chances are your digestive tract is overrun with bad bacteria… and you have far too few of the good guys inside your gut.

Do you think serotonin production can possibly be optimal if your bacterial flora is so out of whack?

Basically, some scientists feel that too many bad bacteria can equal a negative mood. Lack of serotonin means less mental well being. Serotonin is directly involved in how you feel, mentally. Too little of this essential neurotransmitter can send you crashing into the dumps in a hurry.

Pretty scary, right?

Simply put, what happens in your gut affects your brain…

So really, what goes on in your gut and microbiome directly affects literally your entire system.

For example, serotonin, the neurotransmitter responsible for making you feel happy, has a direct tie to your gut and microbiome. In fact, over 90% of the serotonin that reaches your brain originates inside your digestive tract.

This is why some doctors and scientists are beginning to believe that poor diet, and poor bacterial flora in the gut can lead dampening your everyday mood.

Think about that… if your diet is poor…

Oh, and this is just what bad bacteria can do to your serotonin production… they also wreak havoc on your immune health and can impair digestive function.

Remember, all of this is going on right inside your GUT, right now.
Your entire system can be affected by the bacteria in you.

Since this affects how your brain releases serotonin and several other key neurotransmitters, many top scientists now consider your gut as your “Second Brain.”

Seriously, that’s how important gut health is. It acts as a second brain inside your body, and it is tied directly to your actual brain’s ability to function at full capacity.

What goes on in your belly affects your brain, your immune system, your digestion, how well you can lose weight, and even muscle soreness.

What Happens When Good Gut Bacteria
Turn to the Darkside?

Ok, so if common things like pesticides, environmental toxins, and artificial sweeteners can wreck your good gut bacteria, what does that actually mean for your body and your health?

Sluggish digestion

Bad bacteria may slow things down in the digestive process. Some experts believe that poor quality gut bacteria may actually contribute to some food intolerances.

Difficulty Losing Weight

Several studies have demonstrated a link between an overabundance of bad gut bacteria and the inability to regulate both weight loss and fat storage[1][2]

Disrupted Nutrient Absorption

Remember, if your digestive abilities are impaired, there’s a good chance you won’t absorb the nutrients from your diet in the most optimal way.

Occasional bloating

Too many bad bacteria in your gut could explain why your belly bloats even after eating small, healthy meals.

Immune Function

Doctors at Johns Hopkins University have studied the effects of bacteria on the gut, and their effect on the immune system. They found that some cells in the gut lining actually dedicated their entire existence to excreting massive amounts of antibodies in the gut. When bad bacteria grow too powerful, and the good guys don’t have enough to eat, they die off. This takes a huge toll on your immune function.

Irregularity

When your gut and digestive tract are overpowered by bad bacteria, digestion and regularity can suffer.

Oh, and before we move on, you should know that bad gut bacteria love excess sugar in your diet. They feast on excess sugar like kids at a carnival. … and the more you feed them, the more they grow strong and reproduce.

Do You Want to Enjoy Superior Physical Health While Building a Lean, Healthy Body? Treat Your Gut to the Best Probiotics on Earth

One of the fastest, easiest, most effective ways to power up your Second Brain while boosting your immune function, bettering your body, priming your body to lose weight more quickly[1][2], and improving your mood and combating occasional stress is to send in armies of good bacteria to help bring down the bad guys in your microbiome.

These good bacteria are commonly called probiotics.

Numerous studies from Harvard, Cambridge University, Johns Hopkins, the Mayo Clinic and scores of other elite research institutions have shown that these friendly bacteria help support healthy immune system function, promote skin health, enhance digestion and boost nutrient uptake. Plus, they may even help elevate mood and battle occasional mental stress.

Now, The Three Of The Biggest Problems With Taking Probiotics To Improve Your Health And Body Composition Have Always Been:

Finding high quality, living strains of powerful probiotics

Many products on the market are not much more than chalky tablets with few, if any, live, active probiotics

Finding the right blend of probiotics

This is essential because simply taking one type, or worse yet, a haphazard hodgepodge of probiotics will not give you the results you’re looking for

Probiotics are sent into the gut with nothing to eat.

Most generic probiotics products actually end up starving your beneficial bacteria to death

That’s why we developed PROBIOTICS.

Rather than leave it to you do endless hours of research or spending days searching high and low in every health food store in town to find the precise blend of probiotics your body needs, we developed this powerful complex of probiotics.

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  • Lactobacillus Acidophilus - one of the strongest, most researched, and most well known probiotics. Acidophilus has been shown to help promote better digestive health[4], support regularity[5], and strengthen immune system function.[6] Acidophilus may also help increase levels of other beneficial bacteria in your gut.

  • Bifidobacterium Bifidum - this heavy hitter makes up around 80% of your intestinal microflora and has been shown in studies to help battle occasional stress[7], increase levels of good bacteria in the gut, and can even act as an antioxidant.

  • Bifidobacterium Longum - potent stress fighter that may also help support learning, boost memory, and improve mood.

  • Strepococcus Thermophilius - promotes oral health, supports healthy immune system function[6], and actually helps improve the overall composition of your gut’s microflora.

  • Lactobacillus Bulgaricus (Delbrueckii) - another potent immune system booster.[6]

  • Lactobacillus Paracasei - supports the strength of your intestinal barrier, promotes increased nutrient absorption[3], and helps with immune system health.[6]

As if this superstar blend of probiotics weren’t enough, we leveled-up the formula by adding a powerful food source for your beneficial bacteria.

That’s right, unlike most probiotic products that end up starving your good bacteria, we added Inulin, an elite PRE-biotic.

Prebiotics are substances that provide food for your probiotics. The better their food sources, the stronger they become and faster then can repopulate your microbiome.

Inulin helps feed your beneficial bacteria so they can power up your microbiome, fast.

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*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Always consult with a qualified healthcare professional prior to beginning any diet or exercise program or taking any dietary supplement. The content on our website is for informational and educational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice or to replace a relationship with a qualified healthcare professional.

CITATIONS

[1] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC524219/ [2] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23886976 [3] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3601187/ [4] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22568660 [5] https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1021949818300309 [6] https://nccih.nih.gov/health/probiotics/introduction.htm [7] https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6430409/