The word ‘Probiotics’ means ‘for life’ and has been used for centuries as a natural health promoter, which exerts health effects beyond inherent basic nutrition.

Vast research has been conducted where Probiotics have emerged as a valuable tool in both human and veterinary medicine, used rather as a preventative medicine than as a disease therapy.

True Probiotics require more than just a few lactic acid bacteria or yeast cultures as it’s contents, but should rather contain many strains of various beneficial living micro-organisms. Products should be researched before choosing an ‘off the shelf’ Probiotic. Related products can contain Saccharomyces culture (bakers yeast), though often packaged live, the survivability of these culture are very short and should be a major factor to consider, before selecting a specific Probiotic product.

Broad spectrum antibiotics, certain anti parasitic chemicals, Chlorine content in drinking water and stress to a large degree, devastate the beneficial microbial gut population, thus resulting in detrimental health effects to both humans and animals alike.

Recent findings prove that Probiotics stimulate immunity, creating many more areas of potential benefit and not only have the affect to balance gut flora, but can also positively influence diseases which occur in tissues other than the intestinal tract.

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