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L Salivarius By R Garden 18 Billion CFU's, 250caps

L Salivarius By R Garden 18 Billion CFU's, 250caps

Maintaining a healthy colon is vitally important to your overall health and longevity. The current eating habits, overuse of sugar, wrong food combinations, and excessive use of antibiotics have caused many of the health problems so many people experience today. It is estimated that 50% of all antibiotics sold today are given to animals that are eventually butchered for human consumption. So, even if we try to avoid taking antibiotics, they still enter our body through the meat we eat. Once in the intestines, these antibiotics can destroy the beneficial bacteria and cause indigestion, bloating, gas, yeast overgrowth, etc. Currently, many people think the only reason they would ever need to take a bacteria supplement would be if they had some obvious type of bowel problem. The friendly bacteria in the bowels have far-reaching benefits greater than most would imagine. These hard working organisms are, in fact, essential to good health, and produce a variety of substances that can prevent abnormal tissue growth, inactivate viruses, produce natural antibodies and vitamins, and reduce cholesterol. Antibiotics, medications, excessive alcohol, fluoridated and chlorinated water, yeasts, chronic diarrhea, stress, infections, and poor diet can destroy these friendly bacteria. If the population of the probiotic bacteria is not replaced regularly with additional organisms, harmful bacteria can take over and cause serious health problems. The following is a partial list of common problems associated with inadequate bowel flora: chronic diarrhea, high cholesterol levels, constipation, breast enlargement in men, menstrual complaints, hormonal problems, severe bruising problems, yeast infections, chronic vaginal infections, chronic bladder infection, chronic anemia, intestinal gas, P.M.S., dairy product allergies, prostate trouble, chronic bad breath, and Vitamin B deficiencies. Further, the Royal Academy of Physicians of Great Britain concluded, "90% of all disease and discomfort is directly or indirectly related to an unclean colon." Fortunately, there's a simple way to lessen potential problems in the intestinal tract. Researchers now believe that there are steps one can take to maintain a healthy intestinal tract, such as: 1) include sufficient fiber in the diet, 2) exercise regularly, 3) drink plenty of pure water, and 4) keep the intestines populated with probiotic bacteria. Colonies of "friendly or probiotic" bacteria must reside in the colon for it to function properly. These bacteria help maintain balance in the intestinal tract by preventing the unfriendly, disease-causing organisms, such as E. coli and salmonella, from gaining a foothold. The good bacteria eat up the toxic waste from food that was not completely digested and eliminated.

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