Say NO to Refrigerated Probiotics
Do Not Refrigerate! Our probiotics have been designed to hold their value without refrigeration. They are encased in an enteric vegetable capsule which allows for probiotic absorption to happen in the small intestine vs. the stomach. Pharmaceutical antibiotics kill both good (probiotics) and bad bacteria (“antibiotic” means “against life”.)
When we kill off good bacteria with an antibiotic, how do we replenish it?
With probiotics, of course!
Probiotics are bacteria that line your digestive tract and support your body's ability to absorb nutrients and fight infection.
Everyone can boost their digestive health and immunity with probiotics.
Our probiotics contain 5 powerful strains of probiotics measuring 21 Billion CFUs per serving (measured at the time of manufacturing).
Most people, of all ages, are in need of a probiotic boost due to the use of medications particularly antibiotics as well as high carbohydrate diets, the consumption of soft drinks, and conventional foods such as non-organic meat and dairy that contain antibiotic residues. These chemicals may kill off probiotics in your system, which over time will damage your digestive tract. *
Probiotics & Enzymes in Chewable Form
As a child develops, their digestive system has to adapt to different foods, stomach bugs and even experimenting with how much candy, chips and junk food they can eat.
All these changes can result in an occasional stomach ache or digestive issues.
Introducing probiotics into the body at an early age is a critical step for the digestive and immune health of your child.
Our Nature's Stomach Remedy Chewables are one of the most essential supplements in helping kids grow strong and sick free.
Although yogurt can be a source of probiotics, commercial yogurts also can contain loads of sugar or artificial sweeteners.
Because sugar feeds pathogenic bacteria, eating this type of sweetened yogurt most likely cancels out any potential benefits from the small amount of probiotics they may contain.
*Reid G. Probiotics to Prevent the Need For, and Augment the Use Of Antibiotics. Canadian Journal of Infectious Disease and Medical Microbiology.2006;17(5):291-295
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