Do you know? . . . . . . When it comes to a Probiotic, there isn’t a one-size-fits-all formula for every health issue and every person. Finding the answer to what you need means turning to your body for clues.
Have you been on antibiotics? Do you have digestive issues? Diarrhea, constipation, bloating? Are you getting sick a lot? Are you feeling depressed? Do you have a lot of allergies?
Specific strains benefit your health in different ways such as immunity, vaginal health, and digestion. Also, don’t always look for a probiotic that advertises the most bacterial strains. More doesn’t always mean better.
The probiotic strains in MyNDs’ Balance Biotics will benefit you in the following ways:
Deerland Enzyme’s De111 Bacillus subtilis: DE111 is a clinically studied strain of Bacillus subtilis that delivers digestive and immune health benefits. It supports the normal breakdown of complex carbohydrates, sugars, and fats. Over 30 studies have been conducted on this formula and results have found that it helped with constipation and diarrhea. It also significantly helped in the reduction of body fat.
Lactobacillus rhamnosus: This is one of the most effective strains for fighting against antibiotic-associated diarrhea and traveler’s diarrhea. It lives in the intestine and fights infections both in the gut and urinary tract. It also helps with dairy digestion and lactose intolerance.
Lactobacillus casei: L. casei has a wide pH and temperature range, enabling the growth of L. acidophilus, which makes the enzyme amylase (a carbohydrate-digesting enzyme).
A very interesting study with pregnant mothers and newborns proved that if mothers took L casei while pregnant, their babies had fewer allergies and fewer digestive issues. (The babies were followed up to 6 months of age).
L. casei also has immunity benefits such as inhibiting viral infections, inhibiting candida overgrowth, decreasing colds and flu, inhibiting pneumonia, respiratory tract infections and bronchitis.
Bifidobacterium longum: This good bacterium produces lactic acid which increases the acidity of the digestive tract and thus helps inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria. It is good for constipation, reducing inflammation, inhibiting allergies and helping prevent high cholesterol. It helps neutralize everyday toxins and helps break down carbs without producing excess gas.
A study over 20 years ago showed that it has anticarcinogenic and antimutagenic properties which could fight against the development of colon cancer.
One of the strains that produce lactic acid which reduces the growth of yeasts and molds. It aids in nutrient absorption and helps to synthesize vitamin K. It also adheres to the walls of the vagina and urinary system where it can fight infection.
Lactobacillus plantarum: L. plantarum creates a healthy barrier in your colon to keep dangerous bacteria from penetrating the lining of your intestines and entering your bloodstream. Human studies have shown that it is effective in Leaky Gut syndrome where the gut lining has been damaged and dangerous toxins have leaked into the bloodstream. The term is “retaining gut wall integrity”. The integrity of the gut can be compromised by more than harmful bacteria. Taking antibiotics, steroids, arthritis medications, aspirin, ibuprofen, and consuming gluten are some instances where the gut lining can be damaged.
Bifidobacterium breve: B breve has a variety of functions as it protects the colon, alleviates digestive issues, stimulates the immune system, and inhibits E. coli and Candida.
Studies have found that babies given a formula with B breve had less diarrhea and in general fewer health problems/doctor visits.
MyNDs’ Balance Biotics is all-encompassing and can help with Immune Function, Digestion, Women’s Health, Allergies, Traveler’s Diarrhea, Nutrient Absorption, and Children and Infant health issues.
WHEN SHOULD I TAKE MY PROBIOTIC?
When we take our probiotic supplements has a big impact on just how much they’re able to do for our digestive system.
Most medical experts believe that if there’s one time of day not to pop your probiotic supplement, it’s first thing in the morning. Morning conditions are not optimal for Probiotic because there is not enough food or water for the bacterial strains to flourish.
When you have an empty stomach, it is more acidic. It’s hard for Probiotic to survive in a harsh, acidic environment and if enough acid overcomes the coating of a probiotic capsule, it could kill the delicate strains.
The best time to take your Probiotic is with a meal. By taking it with food, you provide a buffer and ensure its safe passage through the digestive tract. Food also provides nourishment to help the good bacteria grow and multiply.
This product is Non-GMO & Gluten-Free.