Saturday, May 12, 2018

#Floracor-GI Intestinal and Candida Cleanse Natural Premium Probiotic, Prebiotic and Enzyme Formula by AST Enzymes

 
 
Love the Greek Standby
 
Sure, you know that yogurt's good for you, but did you know that the dairy product's hefty dose of probiotics can be beneficial for everything from IBS and chronic stomach inflammation to constipation, acid reflux, urinary tract infections and vaginal yeast infections. Eat it plain, with fruit, or try this brilliant recipe, which has you top cooked peach halves with vanilla- and honey-spiked yogurt, so you get a fantastic combination of hot and cold.
Get the recipe: Peaches with Greek Yogurt, Honey and Pistachios
 

Probiotics

Probiotics are live bacteria and yeasts that are called “the good” microorganisms because they benefit the the digestive system. Probiotics help keep you healthy by decreasing the number of “bad” bacteria in your gut, replacing the body’s “good” bacteria, and restoring the body’s “good” versus “bad” bacterial balance.

What are probiotics?

Probiotics are live bacteria and yeasts that are called "the good" microorganisms because they benefit the body, specifically the digestive system. Probiotics, available in some foods and dietary supplements, are similar to probiotics that exist naturally in your gut.

What do probiotics do? How are they helpful?

The body does not need the addition of food and supplements that contain probiotics to be healthy. However, food and supplements that contain probiotics assist the job of the "good" bacteria already present in your gut. Probiotics may help keep you healthy by:
  • Decreasing the number of "bad" bacteria in your gut that can cause infections or inflammation
  • Replacing the body's "good" bacteria (replacing the "good" bacteria that have been lost when taking antibiotics, for example)
  • Restoring the body's "good" versus "bad" bacterial balance, which then helps to keep your body functioning properly
 

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