In this eBook, Jini Patel Thompson shows you how to assess and choose a potent probiotic – one that is capable of colonizing your gut and ‘sticking’ to the intestinal wall. She also tells you how much you need to take to see significant results and discusses issues like the Herxheimer Effect, intolerance to bacteria and how you need to take probiotics; depending on whether you tend towards constipation or diarrhea.
Probiotic therapy benefits people with IBD (Inflammatory bowel disease) and IBS (irritable bowel syndrome) in many ways. If you get too many “bad” bacteria in your gut and not enough “good” bacteria, the bad bacteria (and other pathogenic microorganisms like yeast, fungi, parasites, etc.) will degrade the mucosal lining of your intestine and even penetrate through the intestinal wall. Aside from resulting in an increase of mucous, inflammation, ulceration and bleeding, this will also result in undigested particles of food passing directly into your bloodstream – where they are perceived as allergens and trigger an immune response.
Repopulating your bacterial flora to contain predominantly good bacteria (via probiotic supplementation) will result in a drastic reduction – if not elimination – of many harmful pathogens like yeast, fungus, mold, parasites, viruses and bad bacteria from your gut environment. The good bacteria will also form a protective coating of your mucosal cell lining (gut biofilm) and produce B vitamins and digestive enzymes.
As a result, proper digestion and absorption of nutrients will gradually be restored. Top quality probiotic supplementation is an integral part of healing the root cause of IBS or IBD and then maintaining ongoing health. Symptoms that can be automatically resolved as a result of this healing include heartburn, gas, bloating, constipation, diarrhea, excess mucous, intestinal spasms or cramping, ulceration and inflammation.
What You Need To Know About Probiotics Table Of Contents
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This informative eBook also includes Jini’s interview with probiotics expert Natasha Trenev – whose probiotics standards were read into congressional record. Along with an article by guest author, Dr. Cora Rivard where she tells you what to look for on the label and helps you understand probiotic regulation in the U.S.
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