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Detox With Friendly Bacteria

Posted Jan 07 2010 2:14am

Friendly bacteria; also known as acidophilus/bifidus is a remarkable health supporting nutrient.

It's also a key ingredient in a good detox program.

All health begins in the colon. 

You might be born with a vibrant friendly bacteria rich colon, but by the time you are an adult not much of that is left.

Nutrients are absorbed into your blood stream through the colon - if your colon is backed up, congested, invaded or toxic, nutrients will not be absorbed.

Pretty basic stuff.

Our Product is an excellent source of the essential friendly bacteria that are supposed to inhabit the lower intestines. It's the only acidophilus/bifidus product that guarantees delivery of 500,000 live micro-organisms to the intestines, without being destroyed by the highly acidic environment of the stomach, temperature variations or light. Friendly Bacteria restores the natural balance that must exist in the lower intestines to choke out cancer-causing bacteria as well as  Candida Yeast overgrowth.

None of the products available at health food stores guarantee live delivery of microflora to the intestine. NONE.
 
Tests show that many of them do not make it live to your door, much less to your colon. Most of the microflora alive in these products at the time of manufacture are killed off long before they reach where they need to be.

You can benefit from friendly bacteria is you have: flatulence, bloating, diarrhea, constipation, stomach ache and digestive disorders, irritable bowel syndrome, allergies, colitis, chrohns disease, dysentery, candida, acid reflux, are on antibiotics and or steroids.

Used to promote: colon health, keep undesirable bacteria in check, treatment for intestinal distress, helps urinary track infections, strengthens immune system, counteracts side effects of antibiotics and chemo, protects out of country travelers


Sourced from materials from nutritionist barb lagoni, nutrition and you, and my website


the good guys in your colon flickr image credit




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