The Good Kind of Strain

Lactobacillus gasseri Bifidobacterium bifidum Bifidobacterium longum
They might be a bit hard to pronounce, but the three strains of bacteria in FloraFood are good ones. Choosing this trio of probiotics to repopulate your microbiota does your body good by maintaining digestive and overall health.

Lactobacillus gasseri happens to be one of the main species of good bacteria in your gastrointestinal tract. This means ingesting more of this specific strain eases the strain that these good bacteria are under to keep you healthy. One of this strain’s abilities is creating an unhealthy environment for bad bacteria that would otherwise cause intestinal issues.1

Bifidobacterium bifidum works especially well with your immune system to enhance the all-important immune response. Studies of this strain of good bacteria reveal that it plays a role in lowering inflammation.2

Bifidobacterium longum has also been shown to enhance the immune response and reduce the damaging effects of inflammation. It helps to produce vitamin C (ascorbic acid) and both strains of Bifidobacteria are involved in the synthesis of B vitamins.3

A healthy, dominant population of good bacteria is integral to having good health. What’s more, the activity and composition of microorganisms that make up the gut microbiota can negatively or positively affect your health.

Taking FloraFood contributes greatly to the number and diversity of beneficial microorganisms: three billion good bacteria per capsule. FloraFood’s glass bottle keeps these three probiotic strains effectively active without the need for refrigeration.

References:
1 bit.ly/GoodStrain
2 bit.ly/B_Anti-inflammatory
3 bit.ly/B_Benefits

Published by The AIM Companies

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