Probiotics - How Important are They?
The word Biotic means life, anti-biotic means against life, all life. My point being it’s important to discriminate between good germs and bad germs. The good germs are necessary for the life process, healing, growth and immunity; where as the bad germs are needed for the death process, such as decay, putrefaction and decomposition.
Probiotics are living micro-organisms that have a healthful effect on your body. These good micro-organisms actually keep the bad micro-organisms in check. . . . that is really one of the secrets to staying healthy and feeling young.
Probiotics have been used to treat gastrointestinal diseases, counteract allergies and even help support a strong immune system.
Probiotics help you properly digest the food you eat, breaking down material into its nutritional constituents so your gut can absorb them to replenish enzymes and build more protein for growth, repair and reproduction.
The bad germs cause inflammation, toxic waste and infection. When the bad guys outnumber the good guys the delicate balance inside your body becomes burdened with fighting off the adverse effects of their poisonous by products.
That’s why many people have food allergies because there body lacks the ability to break the food down small enough and the larger materials rot and become noxious deep within the gut, sometimes even leaking into your blood steam as large molecules of foreign material.
Your body only needs the purest essence locked within your foods. Because everything inside your amazing body has a specific structure, function and purpose, which has to start at the smallest level of nutritional breakdown and probiotics make that possible. If the food you eat isn’t finished being digested by probiotics and enzymes then the large pieces of food cannot be properly sorted and distributed throughout your 50 trillion cells.
When the bad germs outweigh the good germs you can develop symptoms from toxins, such as inflammatory bowel disease, fibromyalgia, autoimmune disorders, rheumatoid arthritis, osteoarthritis, lupus and asthma.
There are many strains of friendly bacteria living in your healthy intestine and colon. Enhancing the natural friendly bacteria in your body helps crowd out unfriendly flora, parasite fungus and other parasites as well.
The truth is “ probiotics” are necessary for life.
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