Probiotic & Prebiotics (120 Capsules 400mg ea.) - Truth Products LLC
Probiotic & Prebiotics (120 Capsules 400mg ea.) - Truth Products LLC
Probiotic & Prebiotics (120 Capsules 400mg ea.) - Truth Products LLC

Probiotic & Prebiotics (120 Capsules 400mg ea.)

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Diana Stobo's Probiotic and Prebiotic Formula.

(120 Capsules, 400mg ea.)

Diana's “friendly flora” re-establishes the friendly bacteria in the large & small intestines. This unique hand made formula is a combination of soil-based organisms (SBO probiotics), humic/fulvic earth, and several prebiotics from whole earthen resources (herbs and clays).

Healthy gut bacteria are vital to a healthy body and a healthy mind. These probiotics increase the body's immunity, help prevent diseases by nourishing enzymes and decrease symptoms of gluten sensitivity.

Processed foods and low-fiber diets allow the pathogenic bacteria to overwhelm the good guys and diminish colon function. It's important to add these probiotics even if you drop the standard American diet (SAD).

Ingredients: Humic & Fulvic Earth with SBO’s and the following prebiotics: Nettle Leaf, Chickory, Trifala (Amalaki, Bibitaki, Haritaki), Yacon, Ancient Plant Minerals, Parsley Root, Sacred Clay, Moringa, Yucca Shidigera, Ormalite

Recommended Use: 2 capsules in the morning and 2 capsules in the evening. Therapeutically, 6-12 capsules per day may be taken for 1 month, or until intestinal flora is re-established.

Q. What is a probiotic?

A. Probiotics are microorganisms that provide health benefits to the host. Lactic acid bacteria and bifidobacteria are the most common types of microbes used as probiotics. Certain yeasts and bacilli are also recognized as probiotics.

Q. What is a prebiotic?

A. A prebiotic is a selectively fermented ingredient or non-digestible food ingredient that stimulates the growth or activity of bacteria in the digestive system, which is beneficial to the health of the body. Prebiotics help cultivate and multiply probiotics in both the soil and in the human intestines.

Q. What are the best probiotic-prebiotic resources?

A. 1. Soil-based organisms from well composted humus matter

2. Humic earth

3. Cultured foods (raw-milk whey, sauerkraut, kefirs, etc.).

4. Diana Stobo's New Probiotic Formula

Return policy: If you follow the recommended uses and tips for best results stated above and the Probiotics don't work for you, you may return any completely sealed, unopened bottles for a refund (shipping charges are not refunded) within 30 days of purchase. Once the seals have been broken, a bottle cannot be returned.

More About Diana Stobo’s Prebiotic Probiotic Formula:

Why our formulas are based on Microbes From Nature: The body was originally made from the "clay" of the Earth. Clays commonly contain friendly bacteria and archaea, both of which are found in the human gut (archaea help digest fibrous material). Normal bacteria & archaea populations in the gut resemble ratios also found in soils & oceans. The organisms that exist in the body today were first derived from the soil, further derived from our mothers during birth and breast feeding, and replenished from the soil when walking barefoot, or when digging in the healthy garden earth, or when eating unwashed self-grown garden produce. Science has tried to make us believe that only laboratories can design something safe for the human body. Common sense tells us differently.

The Beneficial Role of Pathogenic Microbes: The earth is, for humans, the primary source of biotics in general. Well-composted soils mean "already balanced by Nature" in a microbial sense. Soil biology has beneficial microbes in it. It can also have non-beneficial microbes if the soil is polluted or out of balance. These are referred to as pathogenic microbes, although their real function is to consume the pollutants so balance can eventually be restored. The health of a soil and the health of a human body is utterly dependent upon striking a proper balance between pathogenic and beneficial microbes.

Once brought back into balance the pathogenic microbes die off, or are consumed by the friendlies, until they achieve normal background levels. They both play a role in the health of the soil, one consuming harmful ingredients in the soil, the other beneficial food sources, so in that sense, there is only friendly bacteria.

This is the way of Nature in the soil. This is also the way of Nature in the body. When the human body gets out of balance from diet, or toxins, or worry, pathogenic microbes can get the upper hand simply because their natural food source is dominant in the body. The beneficial microbes regain the dominant role when the body is brought back into balance through correct diet, lifestyle, and attitude.

1,000 Different Species of Probiotics in the Human Body

The human body contains close to 1,000 different species of microbes. The most predominant ones in the intestines are the Lactobacillus, the Bifidobacterium, and the Bacillus genera. It is for this reason our Prebiotic and Probiotic Formula contains the following eight non-competing species of probiotics supplemented in a protective humate (humid acid) base with several prebiotic sources to activate rapid repopulation of natural gut flora balance;

Lactobacillus rhamnosus

Lactobacillus plantarum

Lactobacillus fermentum

Lactobacillus lactis

Lactobacillus casei

Bifidobacterium bifidum

Bacillus subtilis

Bacillus licheniformis

Yet, not all human probiotic species can be cultivated in a laboratory. Thus the importance of contact with well composted soil. Several species found in the intestines can be easily found in Nature and cultured in a laboratory for probiotic supplements (thus the source of soil-based organisms, or SBOs).

Others found in the intestines do not culture well outside of their natural soil or biological environments, thus the importance of ingesting soil (like clay or humic/fulvic earth) or maintaining regular contact with quality, chemical-free soil to derive the benefits of a broad spectrum of soil-based organisms and their beneficial properties in human health, both physical and psychological.

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