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Dr. Anthony Padula, Triple Board Certified Physician
You have probably heard the stat that 70% of your body’s immune system resides in your gut.* Using the latest research, I was able to pick the individual probiotic strains that best support this critical function of the gut. Given the importance of immunity as we get back out into the world after the pandemic, I also boosted it with Vitamin C and Echinacea to help your body resist infection and recover from illnesses faster.*
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Spore forming bacterium that supports normal bowel movements and reduces occasional diarrhea and constipation*
Lactic acid producing bacterium that supports healthy immune function*
Water-soluble vitamin that is important for immune functions and respiratory health*
Lactic acid producing bacterium that supports immune function and relieves occasional constipation*
North American species of flowering plant that supports healthy immune response*
Lactic acid producing bacterium that reduces occasional diarrhea, constipation, and digestive discomfort*
Lactic acid producing bacterium that supports healthy immune function and upper respiratory health*
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Each of our products promote a healthy digestive environment and improved overall gut health.* Our prebiotics eliminate harmful bacteria so beneficial bacteria can flourish.* Probiotics are live bacteria that restore gut balance and support overall gut health.* Enzymes speed up the breakdown of food for better nutrient absorption.*
When you start taking probiotics, you’re introducing a host of beneficial microbes* that will quickly begin to multiply in the digestive tract. These friendly flora work hard to crowd out the types of bacteria and yeast you don’t want in your body.* This is great— it’s why you’re taking probiotics in the first place! However, while healthy bacteria are taking hold and colonizing the digestive system, you might notice a few unexpected changes. You or your child may experience a little gas, along with changes in the frequency and texture of bowel movements (BMs).* This is totally normal as your body adjusts, but we recommend upping your fluid intake during this phase.
Soon, your stomach will adapt and you’ll notice less gas.* You might continue to see increased or decreased BMs as your body gets accustomed to its new gut health.* A healthy gut means better absorption of nutrients, so your BMs are more efficient and better quality.*
Everyone’s a little different—some might feel changes within the first few weeks, and for others it could take up to two months.* Some people might not even feel a change at all, but that doesn’t mean your probiotics aren’t doing their job.* In the background, probiotics are balancing your gut, helping with nutrient absorption and boosting the immune system.* If you’re eating a diet that’s rich in processed foods, your gut is likely in pretty bad shape. While probiotics are working their magic, you may notice a shift in BM’s or an increase in gas.* Like we said, this will level out.* However, if you have a relatively healthy gut, you may not notice a difference, especially in BMs— this doesn’t mean they aren’t working to keep you regular and boost your immune system.*
CFUs reference an amount in microbiology that estimate the number of viable bacteria or fungal cells in a sample. Basically, a CFU is a unit of the good ‘bugs’ found in probiotics. CFU numbers on probiotic supplements can vary anywhere from several million to 50 billion. Researchers have concluded that an effective probiotic dosage for overall gut health is around 20 million CFUs per day.* Probiotic variants with tens of billions of CFUs per serving are providing far more than necessary for general improved gut health. Most importantly, outrageous CFU counts may also imply that there’s a need to compensate for poor survival rates.
Whenever you add any supplement into your routine, you should make sure that you have received the all clear from your doctor to make sure you won’t have any unforeseen interactions.
Yes, in fact, we encourage it. Our formulations are complimentary – meaning you’ll never get too much of one strain and too little of another.* If you decide to do so, we suggest that you split up the doses: one in the morning, one in the evening.