My family and I learned about probiotics a little over a year ago, the kids have their specific ones that they like and take. I’ve tried a couple different brands and although they all do pretty much the same thing, I’ve noticed a different experience with each. Taking probiotics have many health benefits for your body.
I’ve been taking Dr. Ohhira’s Probiotics for four weeks now, they are by far my favorite! They are easy to swallow(a child could easily swallow it with a spoon full of applesauce), taste good and have noticed two specific body changes. I haven’t changed my diet and haven’t been able to exercise lately but yet I’ve noticed I don’t feel so bloated and you can actually visibly see my stomach has shrunk. The second thing I’ve noticed lately is my appetite has decreased. Taking Dr. Ohhira’s Probiotics is the only thing that has been different lately in my health. I’m loving the results after just four weeks of taking them and will continue to take note of other results. These are perfect to take on your travels as they do not need to be refrigerated and will help tremendously with “travelers gut”.
Dr. Ohhira’s Probiotics support digestive comfort, nutrient absorption, healthy immune system and are all-natural. It’s a wholefood supplement made only of natural crops(fruits, vegetables, mushrooms and seaweed) and time. Through fermentation, time permits nature to transform the earth’s bounty into a probiotic formula that nourishes and balances the body’s bacterial population. Dr. Ohhira’s Probiotics are not cultured or grown in a laboratory like most other probiotic products. Natural crops and spring water are fermented for three years with 12 distinctive probiotic strains that encourage your body’s innate ability to grow its own friendly bacteria.
If you’re going to start taking probiotics, now is the perfect time to start. Build up your immunity for back to school and fall, it’s not just the germs that cause us to get sick. A huge factor is the strength of our immune response and that starts in our digestive tract. Probiotics are the beneficial bacteria that live in the gut and help support the production and function of these immune cells.
The eating season aka Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas are right around the corner and it takes a toll on your body. Sugars affect your gut, friendly bacteria aid the metabolism of nutrients and help certain compounds get into the bloodstream. A diverse population of health-promoting flora protects the gut from the less helpful strains. In contrast, an outsize number of less-beneficial flora- which proliferate with a diet high in sugar, fat and processed food- can cause gas, discomfort, bloating and inflammation.
Probiotics, when taken consistently, repopulate the gut with health promoting bacteria for better digestion, increased absorption of nutrients, and less gas and bloating.
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