No matter how busy your day is today, don’t forget to take a moment to pat yourself on the back for all of the healthy choices you’ve been making lately.
We're proud of you for continuing to make your health a top priority and are here to support you along the journey.
Whatever you do, don’t give up!
Because we certainly won’t give up on you.
If you’re really serious about getting your health back on track this year, there’s one important supplement that can’t be overlooked. That’s right, we’re talking about probiotics.
Our team has been keeping a close eye on the latest gut-related research and we keep coming to the same conclusion: There’s no way to truly thrive and feel amazing when your gut is out of whack.
This is because your overall gut health has a major
influence over your entire body’s health.
An unbalanced gut can damage not only your digestion, but can wreak havoc on your immune system, worsen inflammatory conditions that cause joint pain, and even increase symptoms of anxiety and depression.
We want nothing more than for you to feel strong, happy, and healthy.
At least 70% of your immune system’s cells are found in your gut. And since your immune system quite literally keeps you alive by fighting off dangerous pathogens and bacteria, it’s potentially the most important factor when it comes to preventing disease and staying healthy as we age.
Researchers have found that a healthy gut greatly impacts how well your body ages. This means probiotics can help keep you feeling youthful, mentally sharp, and full of energy for years to come.
More and more clinical studies are finding that the gut is far more complex than we ever imagined and is actually closely tied to the most important systems in our body.
This is largely due to the fact that an unhealthy gut can lead to low nutrient absorption, as well as provoke inflammatory responses responsible for a wide range of issues, from acne to joint pain.
According to The Arthritis Foundation, probiotics can decrease inflammation by, "reducing common biomarkers of inflammation, including C-reactive protein."
They can even have an impact on anxiety and depression, since approximately 90% of the body’s serotonin is produced in the gut.
Your microbiome is highly sensitive to damage from stress, prescription medications, and a number of environmental factors.
Just like you would take a multivitamin to help fill nutritional gaps in your diet, a probiotic can help prevent possible long-term damage caused by poor digestive health.
PROBIOTICS CAN HELP RESTORE BALANCE AND PROMOTE THE GROWTH OF HEALTHY GUT BACTERIA REQUIRED FOR PROPER DIGESTION, DISEASE PREVENTION, AND TOXIN REMOVAL. DO YOU TAKE A DAILY PROBIOTIC FORMULA AS PART OF YOUR HEALTHY ROUTINE?
IT'S ABOUT YOU. IT'S ABOUT YOUR HEALTH. IT'S ABOUT RECONNECTING.