has been labelled as the “superhero” of the gut bacteria underworld. Probiotics have a lot going for them these days. The average consumer is starting to understand and gravitate toward them. As research continues to support the role of probiotics in maintaining a healthy digestive environment, it suggests links to several other areas of well-being as well.
Probiotics are beneficial bacteria (microbes) that are an essential part of our body’s natural processes of digestion, assimilation, nutrient production, immunity and detoxification. Extensive research has shown that probiotics are essential to optimal health. Probiotics provides a wide variety of invaluable micro-nutrients, enzymes, vitamins, immune supportive factors and organic acids, which are absorbed from the intestines and utilized by vital organs.
WHY DO WE NEED PROBIOTICS?
Many factors can deplete our beneficial bacteria populations including changes in environment, stress, diet, water, drugs (especially antibiotics), alcohol, caffeine, illness, travel, and consuming artificial sweeteners. When good bacteria is depleted, the digestive process is compromised, potentially creating allergies and illness.
WHAT ABOUT PROBIOTICS FOR CHILDREN?
Research shows that the Bifidobacteria strains can be essential supplementation for infants and young children. The formation of a human’s gut microbes begins at birth. Breast-fed infants are also provided with immunity-enhancing substances and bacteria that create bifidobacteria, such as lysosomes. However, a diet of formula and/or cows milk is shown to decrease the number of bifidobacteria while increasing the body’s pH and the potential for proliferation of pathogenic bacteria. Parents who supplement both the children’s diet and their own with a high potency multi-strain probiotic can greatly enhance the quality of their digestive and immune health.
EFFICIENT MICROBES PROBIOTICS
100% Natural & GMO Free
Balances Gut Flora
Ensures Maximum Nutrition from Food
Assists the Body to Create Own Vitamins
Assists with Digestive & Stomach Problems
Increases Immunity and Fights Infection
WHY USE EFFICIENT MICROBES PROBIOTICS?
The reason for Efficient Microbes efficacy and results is not, as many people believe, the number of microbes present in the product but, rather the number of microbial species. In the natural world various classes of bacteria are utterly reliant upon each other for growth and stability. Unlike most probiotic products which contain freeze-dried strains of just one or two species of microbes, Efficient Microbes closely mirrors the natural range of microbes that are found in our soils and food. It is the combination of these species which make Efficient Microbes unique.
The reason that Efficient Microbes products are superior to other bacterial or probiotic supplements is simply that unlike most biological products available, Efficient Microbes is made up of three classes and multiple strains of bacteria, as opposed to the usual single-class bacterial products. The product is brewed at body temperature and stable at room temperature. It is completely raw and natural. One of the major benefits is that it not only consumes toxins and eliminates pathogens, but also, through its extremely powerful probiotic qualities, promotes health and life. Efficient Microbes technology is one of the only technologies on the planet that allows for a variety of different classes of bacteria to be grown and maintained stably in a probiotic consortium. This is what accounts for Efficient Microbes efficacy and successes.
HOW TO TAKE EFFICIENT MICROBES PROBIOTICS?
Efficient Microbes probiotics are most effective when taken daily.
The suggested dosage is 30ml taken just before meals.
It must not be refrigerated and should be used within 1 – 2 months of opening.
100% Natural Fruit juices, Kelp, Molasses, Sodium Chloride, Purified and Structured Water. EM Food Grade Beneficial Cultures.
Bifidobacterium animalis, B. bifidum, B. longum, Lactobacillus acidophilus, L. buchneri, L. bulgaricus, L. casei, L. delbrueckii, L. fermentum, L. plantarum, Lactococcus diacetylactis, L. lactis, Streptococcus thermophilus., Bacillus subtilis, Saccharomyces cerevisiae