Probiotics - What Is It & Why Is It Important For Health?

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Probiotics - What Is It & Why Is It Important For Health?

We all love to eat. We need food for growth and maintenance for a healthy body to perform any physical and mental tasks required in our daily life. Healthy living to most men and women means both physical and mental health is in balance or functioning well together. It’s a fact that physical and mental healths are tightly linked, so that any little or major change in one (good or bad) naturally affects the other. If the body is sick, the mind gets impacted and vice versa.

Health experts believe that whatever food we put in our gut does matter and is critical to our overall health. About eighty percent of the immune system is located in the digestive tract. The digestive system is the second largest part of our neurological system and is called the enteric nervous system. It is located in our gut. A Healthy gut contributes to a healthy mind and body and probiotics plays a vital role in achieving this.

What are Probiotics?

The root of the word probiotic comes from the Greek word pro, meaning "promoting," and biotic, meaning "life." Probiotics are live bacteria and yeasts living in our digestive tract that helps to break down our food and gain nutrition from them.

Our body is full of both good and bad bacteria.  Digestive experts agree that the balance of gut flora should be approximately 85 percent good bacteria and 15 percent bad bacteria. Some people usually think of bacteria as harmful germs or illness and something that is bad for our health. Probiotics are known as the friendly, good, or healthy bacteria because they help keep our gut healthy. Probiotics are naturally found in our body and we can also find them in some foods and supplements.

Types of Probiotics

Probiotics have many types of bacteria that have different benefits. Most of them come from two groups. Before consuming any, it is necessary to ask your physician which one is appropriate for what you need.

Lactobacillus - is the most common probiotics and found in yogurt and other fermented foods. Different strains can help with diarrhea and may help with people who can’t digest lactose, the sugar in milk.

Bifidobacterium - may help ease the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and some other conditions. This is found in some dairy products.

Natural food sources for probiotics

These natural food sources of probiotics could provide some relief to anyone experiencing gastrointestinal distress or for anyone who wants to boost their immunity and get other health benefits.

  1. Yogurt- there is tens of billions of bacteria per serving of yogurt. Read the labels to get the maximum live and active cultures content.
  2. Kefir- a milky beverage from Russia and Turkey made by fermenting goat, cow or sheep’s milk with kefir “grains,” It contains ten to 20 different types of bacteria.This drink has been proven to help ease lactose intolerance in some adults.
  3. Kimchi – traditional Korean spicy and sour side dish made by fermenting cabbage, cucumber and radish. Research has shown a link between kimchi consumption and immune system regulation.
  4. Sour pickles - choose varieties that are brined in water and sea salt instead of vinegar. Pickle juice is also rich in electrolytes, and has been shown to help relieve exercise-induced muscle cramps.
  5. Kombucha – originating from Japan, this is a slightly sweet and fizzy liquid that results after fermenting sweet black tea with a mushroom-like colony of bacteria called a “scoby.(symbiotic colony of bacteria and yeast)” Thought to help and prevent diarrhea.
  6. Sauerkraut - used to top sausages or as a side dish, this condiment is made from fermented cabbage (unpasteurized).
  7. Sourdough bread – a tangy toast made with sourdough starter (which functions like yeast) and contains lactobacillus.
  8. Miso soup- a popular Asian cuisine made by fermenting soybeans with brown rice. The fermentation process is what makes this condiment a source of acidophilus. There are reported to be over 160 strains of probiotics in miso.
  9. Tempeh - is a firm, white block fermented soybeans that’s frequently used as a protein-packed meat substitute for vegans and vegetarians
  10. Raw Cheese - Goat’s milk, sheep’s milk and A2 cows soft cheeses are particularly high in probiotics, including thermophillus, bifudus, bulgaricus and acidophilus.

Probiotics can bring balance to the Intestinal Flora :
(a) Promote daily relief from allergies, gas, bloating and constipation; 
(b) Improve digestive health; 
(c) Improve immune system; 
(d) Help control weight; 
(e) Improve mood and energy level

 Although it is essential to take foods with natural probiotics, many people find it difficult to ingest them perhaps due to the taste or smell. Many have turned to an effective alternative by taking a probiotic supplement. Probiotics supplement is convenient to take to add beneficial bacteria to your gut because no cooking is require nor any messy meal planning. They're easy to take with you on a trip or just for a simple dinner out.

100 NATURALS UPBIOTICS is an advanced Probiotics Blend with a broad range of probiotic strands encapsulated in controlled release form, for both women and men. 

Advantages of Advanced Probiotics - Upbiotics: 
(1) Upbiotics is a unique probiotic blend consisting of carefully handpicked seven essential probiotic bacteria that are naturally residing in human body. Each strain of bacteria is biologically stable enough to go though the tough GI track environment and reach the destination to be effectively absorbed. 

(2) Optimized amount of probiotic bacteria to avoid over-dosage. 11.5 Billions CFU per serving. Overdosing probiotic bacteria can be as bad as lacking sufficient probiotic bacteria in the GI track and causes gas, bloating, cramp, constipation, lethargy, and depression. 

(3) Controlled Release Technology to ensure consistent supply of probiotic bacteria to the target destination even with once a day intake. This allows people to take much lower dosage of Probiotics to avoid any issues associated with high dosage of Probiotics. It also helps prevents any issues associated with the regular probiotic blend which usually cause a sudden influx of bacteria and body discomfort. 

(4) Advanced Blend with 7 beneficial bacteria

*  Lactobacillus Acidophilus- relieves gas, bloating, improves lactose intolerance.  Shown 61 percent reduction in e. coli, lower cholesterol levels and creation of vitamin K.  Also, important in GALT immune strength.

 * Lactobacillus Rhamnosus - supports bacterial balance and supports healthy skin.  Helps fight urinary tract infections, respiratory infections, and reduce anxiety by reducing stress hormones and GABA neurotransmitter receptors.  Also, survives GI tract.

Lactobacillus Plantarum –can be a treatment for IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome), ease signs of Crohn’s disease and help heal colitis.

Lactobacillus Caise - supports immunity, inhibits h. pylori and helps fight infections.11

Bacillus Longum - supports liver function, reduces inflammation, removes lead and heavy metals.8

Bacillus Breve- helps colonize healthy gut community and crowd out bad bacteria. 9

Bacillus Subtilis- an endospore probiotic that is heat-resistant.  Elicits a potent immune response and supports GALT.  Suppresses growth of bad bacteria like salmonella and other pathogens.

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