• What Are Probiotics?

    Probiotics are live microbes (primarily bacteria), that benefit our digestive, metabolic, immune, and reproductive systems.

    **They live in us and they are part of our body**

  • Does our body naturally have probiotics?

    Yes, in our gut, there are over 1000 different types of probiotic microbes. This gut microbiota is as unique as our fingerprints.

    **All illnesses stem from an imbalance in these gut microbes**

  • How do probiotics in our gut benefit us?

    Probiotics in gut assist our 

    *Digestive system with enzymes

    *Metabolic system by controlling blood sugar and cholesterol

    *Immune system with anti-allergy and anti-infection peptides 

    *Reproductive system with hormones

  • What is Gut Imbalance or Dysbiosis?

    Dysbiosis is caused by damage to probiotic microbes in the gut, resulting in an imbalance in the gut microbiota, which has been linked to disease.

    **Dysbiosis is the cause of all illnesses**

  • What causes a gut probiotic imbalance or dysbiosis?

    Stress, antibiotics, food, and lifestyle changes are some of the common factors that can cause a gut probiotic imbalance or dysbiosis. 

    **Probiotic food is an efficient way to restore gut microbiota balance.**

  • Why do we need probiotics?

    Probiotic food can help restore the gut's natural probiotic balance.

    Acidity, indigestion, constipation, and IBS are all avoided by maintaining a healthy gut with probiotics.

    It also boosts immunity and improves pregnancy outcomes and child development.

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Improve Digestion

No More Acidity, Indigestion, Constipation, and IBS

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Boost Immunity

No More Allergies, Eezema And Inafcetions

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Kids Special

Fatuige Free Leaning, Development and Growth

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