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Why Your Probiotic Should Be Soil Based - Why Your Body Can't Function Without This Gut Support

Probiotics is a buzzword in health media today. You have probably considered a probiotic for yourself or your family, but you may not know where to begin in choosing the right supplement. It's important to know that not all probiotics are created equal. When you see a 'probiotic' label on a product at the supermarket, you may not be getting what you pay for. How do you separate the right probiotic from the rest? How do you choose a potent probiotic that will truly support gut health?

SCIENCE SAYS: SOIL-BASED FORMULAS

Along with other essential nutrients like proteins, fats, carbohydrates, vitamins, minerals, amino acids, fatty acids and digestive enzymes, your body needs probiotics to survive. If you don't have friendly bugs in your gut, you're opening the door to chronic illness and health decline.

Here's why you can add probiotics to your essential nutrients list. Beneficial probiotic bacteria are vital to gut health.

Friendly gut bacteria aid digestion and absorption of nutrients. Probiotics in the gut produce B vitamins and enzymes that your body so desperately needs. Your body can't function without this gut support.

Adding more probiotics to your diet is a step in the right direction. But that still doesn't answer the question: How?

Probiotics are available in food and supplement form. Eating fermented foods is a recommended part of a noninflammatory diet. Taking a soil-based probiotic will support your diet and uphold gut health. The reason that you can't just pick up any probiotic product from the grocery store is simple. Most commercial probiotic foods and supplements are inferior 'Probiotic' dairy products can't do what they are advertised to do. It's the bacteria that are the problem.

PROBIOTIC DAIRY DOESN'T MEASURE UP

It may seem counterintuitive to seek out bacteria. Our culture has been inundated with the cleanliness and sanitation message for decades. We have been told that bacteria are bad and hygiene is good. But this message is one-sided. It does not take into account the fact that our body needs ample amounts of good bacteria to fight off the bad.

These good bacteria are what make a good probiotic. When you compare a soil-based probiotic supplement to a probiotic dairy product, you will see a drastic difference. Commercial probiotic products have just a few strains of friendly bacteria — one or two fragile, lactic acid-based bacterial strains at most.

Your gut deserves so much better.

It would be a waste of your time to purchase a commercial dairy probiotic with very little friendly bacteria. It may taste delicious as a yogurt or smoothie, but it won't get the job done. To benefit from friendly bacteria in a probiotic, they must have viability. This simply means that the probiotic bacteria have been naturally adapted to better survive the harsh environment of the human digestive system. Powerful soil-based probiotics of this kind may contain up to 29 different bacterial strains that can survive and thrive in the human body. Compare 29 strains of soil-based probiotic bacteria to two strains of dairy probiotic bacteria, and you will see the difference.

Soil-based probiotics teeming with robust bacteria have impressive clinical backing. In a number of placebo controlled, double-blind, peer-reviewed clinical trials, soil-based probiotics have been proven to replenish healthy microflora in the gut; support robust digestive health; relieve occasional abdominal discomfort, bloating, nausea, and indigestion; promote normal elimination; reduce gas; and support whole-body wellness.

2 WAYS TO AVOID PROBIOTIC PROBLEMS

There are two important points to remember when choosing the right probiotic supplement:

  1. Strong overcomes weak.
  2. More are better.

Your body needs a strong, robust probiotic supplement to impact gut health. A weaker probiotic product from the supermarket just won't do. Dairy probiotics made with lactic-acid based organisms are simply not as viable as next-generation, soil-based probiotics. Compared to dairy probiotics, soil-based probiotics have been adapted for millennia and handpicked from the terrestrial microbe to best populate the human body.

From the vast Human Microbiome Project, spanning more than five years of National Institutes of Health funded research from 80 different universities and institutions, it has become clear: More bacteria are better.

The Human Microbiome Project solidified that there are actually thousands of microbial species in the gut, compared to the hundreds once estimated. Your body needs a large amount of friendly probiotic bacteria — in a large variety. Diverse strains of probiotics can do more for your body than individual strains in the gut. 1

As you search for the right probiotic for your health, just know that there are plenty of probiotic problems on the market. Much of this has to do with the fact that probiotics have boomed in popularity. Even with the best advertising, packaging can be misleading.

Now you know what to look for in a soil-based probiotic. The right probiotic for your gut is plentiful and diverse. Look for a broad-spectrum, clinically-supported probiotic which contains up to 29 different strains of friendly bacteria to promote intestinal microbial diversity. Compare this to weaker formulations of dairy probiotics with only one to two strains of beneficial bacteria.

A diverse probiotic can support your gut and transform your health. A strong probiotic makes its way through stomach acid to inoculate your gut with the friendly bacteria it needs to thrive. This truly is the survival of the fittest.

 

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Source:

1. NIH News & Events [Internet]. Bethesda, Maryland: National Institutes of Health. NIH Human Microbiome Project defines normal bacterial makeup of the body; 2012 June 13.