Forever Active Probiotic, a Natural Immune System Booster
General Cleaning: wash the windows, dust the ceiling fans, and add good bacteria to the immune system. Yes, you read that correctly. Adding good bacteria – probiotics – may boost the immune system, allow for more efficient digestion, and optimize the absorption of essential nutrients from food. By definition, a probiotic is a substance containing live organisms that, when ingested, have a beneficial effect on the host by altering the body’s intestinal microflora.
Forever Active Probiotic
Forever Living’s FOREVER ACTIVE PROBIOTIC is a small, easy-to-swallow beadlet that works in the small intestine and colon where it assists with the process of food digestion to help overcome imbalances created by our food and lifestyle choices.
Certain strains of these live organisms—or good bacteria —can displace bad bacteria in the gut. Bad bacteria can flourish if left uninterrupted and cause a host of problems from lethargy and colds to more serious conditions like irritable bowel syndrome, constipation, and diarrhea. Probiotics assist the body’s naturally occurring flora within the digestive tract to prevent these pathogens from taking over. Read more to find out about Forever Active Probiotic.
According to the Global College of Natural Medicine, when the intestines are clean and healthy, our body can experience an overall well-being. When it is congested with stagnant waste, poisons back up into the system and pollute the inner environment. The World Health Organization (WHO) and the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) state that probiotics must be resistant to gastric juices and be able to grow in the presence of bile in the intestines. Therefore, Forever Living uses an exclusive, patented encapsulation technology that protects the fragile probiotic as it travels through the digestive tract. Forever Active Probiotic special beadlet releases a unique combination of six beneficial strains of microbes only after they reach the intestines. These six strains include Lactobacillus Acidophilus, Bifidobacterium Longum, Bifidobacterium Lactis, Lactobacillus Rhamnosus,Lactobacillus Bulgaricus, and Lactobacillus Plantarum.
Many health practitioners also suggest taking prebiotics like Forever Living’s ALOE VERA GEL to facilitate the growth of naturally occurring probiotic bacteria in the intestines. Aloe vera’s natural properties have been shown to minimize unfriendly bacteria, boost immune cell production, and make way for better nutrient absorption – the idea being that when used with FOREVER ACTIVE PROBIOTIC, the ideal environment is fostered for the probiotic to function optimally.
Although use of probiotic formulations helps in achieving these benefits, it is possible to increase and maintain a healthy bacterial gut flora by increasing the amounts of prebiotics. The combination of the two, Forever Active Probiotic and Aloe Vera Gel gives a synergistic effect.
The bottom line is that even if you don’t know your Microflora from your Digestive flora, or your Bacterium from your Acidophilus, know that Forever Living’s FOREVER ACTIVE PROBIOTIC and its patented encapsulation technology, combined with Forever Living’s ALOE VERA GEL and its natural properties, may be one of the most important items on your Spring Cleaning “to do” list. Taking care of your inner environment may create the foundation for years’ worth of health and wellness from top to bottom. Then, watch your windows really shine! Take Forever Active Probiotic daily!
Buy Forever Active Probiotic with 15% discount
Forever Active Probiotic is not sold in stores, you can buy it online by entering Aloe Store above. Receive 15% discount on orders of 100$ or more. For more information please visit: Forever Living Discounts.
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