Probiotics: From Utter Confusion To Master Shifu!

I went to nurse practitioner school 20 years ago.  No-one mentioned Probiotics.  We talked more “pharmacology” like prescribe this, prescribe that for this, and so on.  Those days are over and I’m catching up. I started a Probiotic just 2 months ago.    I could actually feel the cleansing happening over days.  This response is common and is not an adverse effect but actually a detoxification Probiotics Adverse Effects.  Did you know that taking Probiotics helps in all aspects of a healthy body.  ALL!  It makes our body a more effective machine to overcome diseases and lose weight.  Pretty cool.  I’m sold.  But often, we get lost in the science and don’t know what that means for you and I.  Here were my questions and I’ll assume they are yours too!

Why do we need Probiotics?

There has been lots of talk about the negative impact of toxins, pesticides, large amounts of sugar, and processed foods on our body for years.  One thing is for sure, for years, we have been dumping things into our body that shouldn’t be there.  Probiotics are often called “good” or “helpful” bacteria because they help keep your gut healthy.  That’s where Probiotics help you!

Sugar is a good example.  Many cardiologists are beginning to say that they believe that sugar is the main culprit for heart disease with even greater impact than cholesterol (while everyone is taking statins with their soft drink!) World Renown Heart Surgeon Speaks Out On What Really Causes Heart Disease

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Can Probiotics help me lose weight?

YES!  This is good news.  “Studies show that Probiotics can promote rapid weight loss in severely obese people, even lowering the persistent abdominal fat.” Probiotics For Weight Loss

Do Probiotics cause constipation?

In some people it causes constipation but studies do not support that.  I personally take my probiotic with Biocleanse to help prevent that and better clean the inside out so my body better receives the probiotic.

Can I get enough Probiotics from just eating more yogurt?

Not necessarily.  There are many kinds of Probiotics and some of the yogurt known for probiotics, have to be taken in large doses.  How Much Yogurt Do You Need For Probiotics?

What Diseases Do Probiotics assist in healing?

Better question is “what diseases do Probiotics not assist with?”  Here are the ways that Probiotics help with all of our body systems.

Mental Health Disorders (including depression and anxiety): Probiotics On The Brain

Cardiovascular Diseases (including hypertension): The Power of Gut Bacteria and Probiotics for Heart Health

Skin Problems: Probiotics And Acne

Digestive Disorders: Probiotics And Digestive Problems

Cancer: Probiotics: Healthy Bacteria For Your Gut

Fatigue Issues: 3 Reasons to Take Probiotics for Chronic Fatigue Symptoms

Respiratory Diseases such as Asthma and Allergies: So, What’s The Deal with Probiotics and Asthma?

Can I take Probiotics, if I am lactose intolerant?

Yes, in fact it may help relieve lactose intolerance.  Lactose Intolerance Probiotics But, various strands of Probiotic may be more easily tolerated.

Are all Probiotics the same?

No.  90% of whats in your gut is microbes (YUMMY) with a great variety.  You need a Probiotic that is broad enough to receive the most benefit.  Choosing The Best Probiotic

We take the Plexus Probiotics 5 along with Slim and Biocleanse for the best results.  

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Message me if you are interested.

With so much scientific evidence, it seems that Probiotics are for everyone.  Now that we know this, we will take them everyday. Will you? Feel free to comment here!

 

 

 

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