What is the difference in Prebiotics and Probiotics?
Prebiotics are non digestible nutrients that are used as an energy source by certain beneficial bacteria that naturally live in your intestines. Prebiotics are sometimes known as fermentable fiber. ProBiotics Plus has prebiotics for helping implantation the probiotics.
Probiotics, in contrast, are the beneficial, or friendly, bacteria themselves. By acting as a food source, prebiotics give the probiotic bacteria a chance to exert their influence. These friendly bacteria may have several health benefits, from aiding digesting to boosting immunity. ProBiotics Plus has many different probiotics so they can implant in the intestinal tract in many different levels. One must take in more probiotics because stress, a poor diet, certain medical conditions, medications and other factors may decrease the number of healthy bacteria. Eating a diet that includes prebiotics and probiotics and taking ProBiotics everyday can help restore these friendly bacteria.
Probiotic bacteria in our bodies are essential to maintaining good health, as proven by many years of scientific research! Normally you have an abundance of friendly bacteria, but certain circumstances can lead to a depletion of these essential microorganisms.
Awareness of the health promoting probiotics took a huge turn in the 20th century and have been gaining in popularity every since.
This is an educational video on how probiotics are made.
Pro-Biotics Plus® are now available in easy to take capsules or to go stick packs.
Adding probiotics supplements to your diet will help promote a healthy intestinal environment and help support our immune system.
Maintaining and promoting the growth of helpful bacteria while destroying harmful strains, is vital to health. If harmful bacteria grow into great proportions, serious consequences can arise.
Every human body on the planet has bacteria and yeast in their gut. It is natural. What is not a natural healthy situation is having an imbalance.
Without good bacteria, our body would be unable to fight off disease, absorb food properly, and our intestines become overrun with toxins and waste, which set the breeding ground for disease.