Good Intestinal Bacteria
Probiotics are living micro flora or beneficial bacterial that play a critical role in promoting good digestion, supporting bowel function, bolstering the immune system, and maintaining healthy intestinal lining to deprive unwelcome organisms by supporting healthy microbial balance in the gut.
The digestive system, if balanced correctly, contains billions of bacteria, roughly 85% good to 15% bad. Unfavorable imbalances may occur due to environmental toxins, medications, lifestyle habits, poor drinking water, chemical intake like pesticides or herbicides, and excessive sugar consumption.
Maintain 30+ Billion Probiotics per day to support intestinal health.
Sources include: bottled Probiotics, fermented vegetables (yogurt or sauerkraut), cruciferous vegetables (such as cauliflower, cabbage, cress, bok choy, broccoli and similar green leaf vegetables), Kiefer, or Kombucha.