Baseball player Lou Gerhig was wrong, because I am the luckiest man on the face of the earth! For 15 years, I have had the great honor of representing what I believe is the best probiotic on the market today—and for that reason, among others, I am the luckiest man on the face of the earth! I am additionally blessed because in addition to representing them, I get to hear this question regularly: “What is it about this probiotic product that makes it work so well? In the interest of brevity, I will keep this short and to the point. Probiotics are not generally fermented for 3 years before packaging. Most require reconstitution of the bacteria within the gut from powdered form. None that I am aware of are living bacteria in their own encapsulated eco-system, completed with a food supply. Few probiotics offer the beneficial trilogy; prebiotic, probiotic and postbiotic.
In the Clinical Microbiology section of the medical journal, Frontiers in Cellular and Infectious Microbiology, a recent article (1) expounded upon yet another important reason to take a good probiotic regularly. The article was entitled, Probiotics: Potential Novel Therapeutics Against Fungal Infections. The authors final summary in the paper states, “…probiotics have enormous development potential as a safe and cost-effective new method of treating fungal infections.” Probiotics are antifungal supplements!
We have many choices when it comes to probiotic supplements. The right probiotic product along with safe supplements and a lower carbohydrate (sugar) diet just might make all the different when it comes to your health. In 30-days, you may be asking, “What is it about this probiotic?”
1. Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology: Frontiers | Probiotics: Potential Novel Therapeutics Against Fungal Infections (frontiersin.org)
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