When it comes to Probiotics you may be thinking what exactly do they do.
As you may or may not know, Humans are made up of over 100 Trillion cells (yep that’s a lot) and about 90% of these live within our intestines. When you realise that the majority of the cells in your body are within your digestive system you'll soon realise that keeping our intestines in good shape is essential.
Probiotics have proved to be an important in the restoration of balance between good bacteria while suppressing the bad.
Ever taken an antibiotic?
At birth, we should be given a well-balanced set of bacteria but unfortunately, antibiotics have changed all that and many are inheriting a microflora which contains too many bad bacteria.
Pharmaceuticals such as Antibiotics are effective at killing bad bacteria but they also destroy some of the good bacteria within our digestive system causing an imbalance.
If you add to this poor diet, alcohol and toxic lifestyles has such a negative effect on your stomach. Research has shown how important probiotics are in restoring your natural energetic balance as well as good diet and lifestyle. But when stress, long work hours and bad choices are hard on your body, ProGood probiotics are a simple way to give back to yourself.
How do I KNOW if the BAD bugs are winning?
Good question. It's become so common place and second nature to live this way that you tolerate it putting it down to being tired, working too hard or just feeling a bit off. Have you noticed how often that is becoming?
You probably notice Inflammatory conditions such as:
- Hay Fever - Have you noticed lately a lot of people who've never suffered with it suddenly getting struck in the last few years? Its a symptom of a greater issue.
- Skin problems - blotching, large pores, Eczema and dry itchy skin
- Respiratory problems such as Asthma
- Arthritis and joint pains
- Digestive issues such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), bloating, Diarrhoea, constipation and Gastric Reflux
- Also importantly, when your digestion is not performing you are not able to take in the vitamins and nutrition from your food effectively
If ANY of the above sounds familiar, your Bad bugs may be winning the game. Luckily in a spoon full a day you can change all of that.
That's a FACT!