WHAT IS ACTIVE PROBIOTIC ND 50?
Active Probiotic-ND combines 9 species of beneficial probiotic microorganisms from non-dairy sources with a prebiotic fiber for optimal support of healthy gastrointestinal (GI) function. Active Probiotic-ND helps promote a healthy balance of bacteria in the gut microbiome. In doing so, this professional grade nutraceutical can also enhance other aspects of whole body health, such as healthy cognitive, immune, metabolic and cardiovascular function. We have partnered with Evexias pharmacies to bring you this pharmaceutical grade supplement.
Lactobacilli: a strain of rod-shaped bacteria found in abundant quantities in the GI tract, vagina, and mouth, are known to produce lactic acid. The body needs lactic acid to generate the energy required for exercise, support immune response, and produce glucose.
• Lactobacillus Acidophilus
• Lactobacillus Plantarum
• Lactobacillus Casei
• Lactobacillus Salivarius
• Lactobacillus Rhamnosus
Bifidobacetrium: a strain of y-shaped bacteria that have been recognized for their ability to assist the body in the breaking down of fiber and
other complex carbohydrates. These beneficial bacteria can only be found in the intestines and make up less than ten percent of the total bacteria found in a typical adult gut microbiome, but Bifidobacteria are essential for producing a variety of chemical compounds that can help support optimal whole body health, including short-chain fatty acids (SCFAs), other various fatty acids and crucial B vitamins.
• Bifidobacterium Breve
• Bifidobacterium Bifidum
• Bifidobacterium Longum
Streptococcus Thermophilus: a strain of probiotics even less prevalent in the body than Bifidobacteria, but this strain is known for being more durable than more common strains of probiotics. Streptococcus thermophilus has been recognized for the ability to support healthy GI and immune function while being able to withstand more severe conditions in the gut.
Fructooligosaccharides (FOS): a type of organic carbohydrate that has also been classified as prebiotics. Probiotics actually feed on prebiotics for much-needed energy and enhanced function. In addition to enhancing probiotic function, prebiotics have also been recognized for the ability to promote the production of other microbes that can help the body achieve a healthy balance of bacteria in the gut.
WHY DO YOU NEED PROBIOTICS?
Probiotics have long been lauded for their ability to promote a healthy balance of gut bacteria, supporting proper gastrointestinal (GI) function. The gut microbiome is the site of a constant struggle for domination between beneficial and harmful bacteria. When beneficial bacteria are able to overpower the bad bacteria, that gut and GI tract are more likely to function optimally. When the bad bacteria is able to assert dominance, the GI tract can find itself overwhelmed by inflammation. Inflammation is very often at the root of illnesses and health conditions ranging from mild to severe. To make matters worse, medical experts have discovered that most of the body’s immune system can be found in the GI tract, meaning that any GI inflammation could potentially lead to a host of other health issues. Fortunately, the nutraceutical industry has recognized the potential impacts of this delicate relationship.
WHAT FOOD SOURCES CONTAIN PROBIOTICS?
Food sources are a great way to introduce probiotics to the gut. With over 500 different probiotic species having already been identified, there is a wide variety of food sources that can provide the body with a full range of beneficial bacteria. These food sources include:
• Certain types of cheese (including cheddar, Gouda, cottage and mozzarella)
• Kefir (fermented milk)
• Tempeh (fermented soybean product)
• Natto (fermented soybean product)
While the wide variety of food sources provides people with a lot of different ways to ingest probiotics, this method does not work for everyone. The most clear potential issue with ingesting probiotics through food is that many of these foods come from dairy sources, because many people are lactose intolerant. For other people, foods that have been pickled or fermented might not agree with them. Unfortunately, missing out on a full range of probiotic strains and species could also mean missing out on the full range of potential health benefits, because different strains and species perform in different ways.
HOW CAN ACTIVE ND PROBIOTIC HELP ME?
While both probiotics and prebiotics can be found in a variety of foods, getting the full range of various strains and the unique benefits they offer can be easier said than done. Professional grade probiotic nutraceuticals like Active Probiotic-ND can supply the body with a full profile of essential probiotics and prebiotics that have the potential to support healthy GI function and optimal whole body health. This formula combines the probiotic strains Streptococcus thermophilus, Lactobacilli and Bifidobacteria with fructooligosaccharides (FOS), organic carbohydrates that have been classified as prebiotics. This potent nutraceutical blend has been expertly designed to promote healthy bacterial balance in the gut microbiome as well as support healthy GI, cognitive, metabolic and immune function.
Maintaining a healthy balance of gut bacteria may help boost immunity, reduce the risk for disease, improve mood and more. Ask us about EvexiPEL ACTIVE ND to support:
• Immune system
• Gastrointestinal system
• Digestion normalization
• Neurological system
• Mental health and mood
• Heart health and lower bad cholesterol
• Weight loss and target belly fat
• Hormone optimization
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