Probiotic 40 Billion
PATENTED MAKTREK BI-PASS TECHNOLOGY
ADVANCED PROBIOTIC 40 BILLION
It contains FOS to help with the healthy growth of acidophilus and Bifidus organisms.
High potency and balance of beneficial bacteria.
Help assist in maintaining healthy intestinal flora.
Dr. Steven Gundry: Explains Briefly how your Gut Lining is only one cell thick! 😯
Dr. Steven Gundry explains briefly how we die and get diseases through breaks in the wall of our gut! (Less than 2 minutes video clip)
William W. Li, MD, is a world-renowned physician, scientist, and author of EAT TO BEAT DISEASE EXPLAINS (in 18 seconds) THE IMMENSE HEALTH BENEFITS ESPECIALLY FOR WOMEN.
William W. Li, MD: How essential to have good probiotics in your daily diet?
"How essential to have a healthy Probiome?" William W. Li, MD (Approx 1-minute video clip)
Dr. Michael Miller director of the Center for Preventive Cardiology for the University of Maryland Medical System Says,
The study found that stiffness of arteries was more likely to be influenced by gut bacteria than risk factors such as obesity and insulin resistance.
A lack of diversity in healthy bacteria in the gut has been associated with diabetes, obesity, and inflammatory stomach and bowel diseases. Additionally, the researchers pinpointed which microbes were tied to a lower risk of arterial stiffening.
DR. OLIVIA NATURALS Says: "In some cases, Probiotics supplements can make things worse...If so, you need to test for OVERGROWTH (YEAST OVERGROWTH)".
DR. OLIVIA NATURALS BLOG LINK: https://lookingvibrant.com/blogs/news/dr-olivia-naturals-if-probiotic-is-making-things-worse-then-you-need-to-test-for-overgrowth-yeast-overgrowth-of-small-intestinal-bacteria
Los Alamos National Laboratory Secret Research Revealed:
99% of your Genes come from your Microbiome. (Healthy Microbiome produces healthy DNA and Visa Versa.)
Our bodies contain roughly ten times more microbial cells than human cells, and we know hardly anything about them.
Metagenomics is the field of genetics concerned with the genomic sequencing of microbial communities containing members that cannot be easily isolated from one another. One such microbial community is the human microbiome, comprising the whole complement of microorganisms (mostly bacteria) that live on and within human bodies. This state of this microbiome is increasingly being shown to affect our health, including development, metabolism, and hormonal regulation. 40 trillion organisms inside our gut that produces 2 million genes.