The Probiogen™ Range
The gut is home to trillions of microorganisms, and we have only just begun to understand the full extent of the importance of this bacteria to our overall wellbeing. An unhealthy gut, whether it’s due to poor diet, pollutants, antibiotics, or anything that causes an imbalance of gut flora, often leads to a variety of health problems.
Probiotics provide friendly bacteria that help regulate your inner ecosystem, restoring balance to promote digestive health, natural immunity, and vitality from the inside out.
The digestive system is central to your overall health. Nutrient absorption and the creation of hormones, enzymes, and other critical substances all depend on the digestive system. Additionally, health concerns that you may not associate immediately with digestive health, like mood and allergies, could be linked to the balance (or imbalance) of bacteria in your gut.
Did you know that 80% of your immune system is located in the digestive tract? With autoimmune diseases on the rise (estimated at 50 million by the American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association1), it’s important to know how probiotics can help.
The gut is the second largest part of the neurologic system, and is responsible for the creation and management of many neurochemicals. Unfavorable changes to gut flora may have an impact on our mood and stress levels, as well.
Regular probiotics may help prevent pathogenic bacteria from invading the urinary tract by supporting the growth of healthy bacteria.
Allergies are mediated by the composition of the bacteria in the gut. By helping to reduce gut and systemic inflammation, probiotics may be able to support favorable immune response to help provide season relief.
Probiotics may influence short chain fatty acid production and help to reduce low-grade inflammation, which influences metabolism and affects body weight.
1 Autoimmune Statistics. (2016, June 30th). Retrieved from www.aarda.org
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