Probiotic Plus – A Probiotic Supplement
The modern dilemma is that allergies and chronic health conditions are on the rise. Antibacterial soaps, washes, and wipes, chronic dehydration, mercury amalgams, total toxin load, drugs, and nutrient deficient diets have become a scourge on friendly bacteria. Documented research has indicated important benefits associated with the use of probiotic bacteria and yeasts, including improved digestion, enzymatic activity and overall modulating effects on the immune system. Probiotic Plus contains a specific blend of 3 prebiotics and 7 probiotics to ensure optimal colonization with bacterial strains recognized for their bioactivity. Each capsule contains 20 billion viable organisms at the time of manufacture and consists of a proprietary blend of Inulin, Bifidobacterium lactis, Bifidobacterium breve, Lactobacillus paracasei, Lactobacillus plantarum, Lactobacillus salivarius and Streptococcus thermophilus.
When should I take Probiotic Plus?
Recommendations: Take 1 capsule upon arising and before bed with 16 oz. of water as a dietary supplement or as otherwise directed by a healthcare professional.
FAQs about Probiotic Supplements
Most people are aware of the term probiotics but many people still may not know what they are. Probiotics are good bacteria that are similar to, or in some cases the same as the bacteria that already exist in your body, particularly the lower digestive tract. These bacteria can aid the immune system, support weight management and support regular, healthy bowel function. People who struggle in this area may see benefits from taking a probiotic supplement.
Probiotic Plus supplies ingredients that:
- Improves digestive function
- Improves immunologic health
- Increased helpful anaerobes
- Reduces “unfriendly” organisms
- Promotes phagocytosis
- Supports a healthy gastric mucosa
Yes, probiotics are good for you. They are live yeasts and bacteria that promote a healthy digestive system. Probiotics are a good bacterium that helps keep the gut healthy.
The use of antibiotics prior to and after surgical procedures may alter the normal “gut flora”. When considering overall health benefits, the combination of pre and probiotics supplied by a probiotic supplement are a sensible choice. By utilizing a prophylactic approach prior to a surgical procedure, we provide a potential means for improving one’s gastrointestinal health and immune system. Promoting early recovery and optimizing “gut” wellness is the goal.
Probiotics should be taken on an empty stomach using filtered water if possible. Most drinks of choice will work fine but we have found that filtered water works the best.
Probiotics are safe to take but you should always consult with your doctor before consuming any supplements.
There is no exact time frame as to how long it takes for probiotics to work. Everyone has a different body composition causing some people to notice the effects sooner than others.
Probiotics can cause minor bloating and diarrhea but only affect a small portion of those that take them. The side effects of probiotics usually subside after regularly taking them. Usually, effects subside within a few times of taking probiotics.
The main function of probiotics is to promote a healthy digestive system. For many, probiotics can help with constipation while a small few may experience the opposite. It is recommended that you consult with your doctor to see if probiotics can help with constipation.
Probiotics can cause minor unpleasant digestive symptoms. While most people do not experience any side effects some reported reactions to include bloating and gas.
Yes, you can take too many probiotics. You should always follow the recommended dosage amount provided on the supplements nutritional tab, as well as consulting or following what your health care provider suggests.
Foods that include probiotics include yogurts, kefir, sauerkraut, miso, and kombucha.
This product is gluten free.
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Medical Disclaimer: While nutritional supplementation has the potential to provide health benefits, it should be done under the guidance of your healthcare professional. If you’re currently taking prescription medications or other pharmaceuticals, consult with the prescribing doctor before using the supplement. If you are engaged in other medical treatments, contact your healthcare professional for guidance regarding possible interactions and conflicts involving your treatment, drugs, or pharmaceuticals and the supplements you are planning to take.