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Probiotics

Probiotics is the generic name for various strains of ‘life promoting’ living bacteria which are beneficial to the human digestive tract. We need probiotics in sufficient quantity to maintain our gut health, which is integral to having strong immune function - 70% of our immunity is in the gut.

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Probiotics Info

Probiotics is the generic name for various strains of ‘life promoting’ living bacteria which are beneficial to the human digestive tract. We need probiotics in sufficient quantity to maintain our gut health, which is integral to having strong immune function - 70% of our immunity is in the gut. Within our gastrointestinal tract are over 500 different strains of bacteria with diverse health promoting functions. Combined gut flora weighs between two and four kilograms in the average adult!

The balance of healthy versus unhealthy micro-organisms in the body is a delicate one, easily upset by diet and lifestyle factors, antibiotics and environmental toxins. When balance is compromised, disrupting the gut microflora (known as dysbiosis) and unwanted bacteria begin to proliferate, our immune response is weakened and infections gain hold. Probiotic supplements can redress the balance, strengthening our immune system and restoring harmony to the digestive tract.

Healthy intestinal balance is also necessary for synthesis of many B vitamins and improves the absorption of essential minerals.

Probiotics Benefits

With the right dietary intake we develop a healthy intestinal balance and resilient immune system in the first 2 to 3 years of life. Throughout our life various environmental and lifestyle factors can temporarily disturb this balance. The following are all indications for taking a probiotic supplement:

  • After antibiotic, anti-inflammatory or chemotherapy medication 
  • Inflammatory bowel conditions 
  • Infections or compromised immune system 
  • Abdominal cramps, bloating, flatulence, constipation and/or diarrhoea 
  • Candida overgrowth 
  • Unhealthy diet or a high stress lifestyle 
  • Hormonal imbalances 
  • Some forms of dermatitis

Probiotics Side Effects

Probiotics are safe when taken as directed.

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    this product is a must for me now and always into the future

    I have been using Morlife alkilising greens for six months now and have never felt better in years. The product has helped me clear up diverticular bleeding as it is full of fibre and pre and pro biotics. As it says on the container it is not a one thing fixes all and must be taken with a good healthy high fibre diet, not just on its own. This product is a must for me now and always into the future. I can't say enough about it

    Jo

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  • Primadophilus Reuteri

    Primadophilus Reuteri

    great probiotic

    I've been using this alongside a course of antibiotics. I take the antibiotics in the morning, and probiotic in the evening after dinner. It definitely helps me with my digestive issues, and doesn't cause me to bloat or feel gassy. I'm ordering my second bottle now!

    Eva

    11/08/14

  • Advanced Probiotic

    Advanced Probiotic

    Might lower cholesterol

    A few months ago a blood test revealed my husband had normal cholesterol levels - for the first time in over 20 years. The only thing that had changed in his diet and/or supplement intake was that he'd started taking LifeStream Advanced Probiotics a few months previously. I had never heard of a connection between probiotics and cholesterol, but after Googling it discovered that some research suggested there might be a connection. He recommended the product to a colleague who had just been told he had high cholesterol, and after taking the product for three months and returning to his GP for a blood test, he too discovered his cholesterol levels had reduced considerably. If you have high cholesterol, this product is definitely worth a try.

    Robyn

    10/08/14

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