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January 24, 2020 4 min read

Did you know that more than  70% of your immune system’s cells are found in your gut?


Comprised of a vital network of cells, organs, and tissues, your immune system defends against dangerous organisms that can invade and cause disease.

 

A weakened immune system leaves you susceptible to a long list of infections and illnesses, and can result in digestive issues, blood disorders (like anemia), inflammation of internal organs, or worse.


Building a strong immune system is often considered to be the best way to feel your best, get sick less often, improve cardiovascular health, lower blood pressure, control body weight, and so much more.

 

Believe it or not, that’s not all..


Not only is good gut health now believed to be one of the most beneficial things you can do for your overall health, but it may also impact other major systems in your body.


More and more studies are now showing that our gut is much more complicated than we may have once believed. Your gut is closely linked not only to your immune system, but it's also closely tied to most of the major systems in your body.


In other words, whatever health concerns you may
be struggling with, there’s a good chance they are in
some way related to the quality of your gut bacteria. 

 

Whether it’s skin-related issues such as eczema or acne, or diabetes, obesity, insomnia, food intolerance, fatigue, anxiety, or depression, gut health undoubtedly impacts far more than just our digestion.


Feeling lighter, slimmer, more positive, clear-minded, and energetic is totally within your reach and it may be easier than you think.



What are the symptoms of poor gut health?

          ⁕  Poor sleep habits
          ⁕  Constant fatigue or mental fuzziness
          ⁕  Poor diet (Especially excess sugar)
          ⁕  Lethargy or muscle weakness
          ⁕  Skin irritation
          ⁕  Unexpected weight changes
          ⁕  Stress (Emotional, physical, or mental)
          ⁕  Food intolerances and upset stomach
          ⁕  Autoimmune conditions
          ⁕  And many more…

  



How can you combat these symptoms?


Like with most other health concerns, healthy lifestyle changes can do wonders for improving the quality of your gut.


This means more rest, plenty of water, exercise, self-care, and a diet full of fruits, vegetables, grains, legumes, nuts, beans, seeds, and lean protein. 

But the truth is that when your gut is suffering from a highly unbalanced microbiota, it can take time, consistency, and patience before you start feeling better again


Why probiotics?

A high quality probiotic supplement, along with prebiotic foods, can help give your body an extra boost and kickstart gut healing. They do this by introducing many of the most important “friendly bacteria” strains back into your system.

 

What are probiotics?

Probiotics are living microorganisms that, when ingested in the right amounts, can help  boost “good” bacteria in your gut, along with a number of other health benefits.

Found in dietary supplements as well as in certain foods, there are many known types of probiotic strains available that have been shown to  improve overall gut health.




HERE ARE 4 THINGS TO LOOK FOR
IN YOUR PROBIOTIC SUPPLEMENT



1) Diverse and Sustainable Probiotic Strains

Healthy bacteria won’t do you much good if they don’t survive long enough to colonize in your gut. When shopping for probiotics, look for highly survivable strains like  Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus plantarum, Bifidobacterium bifidum, and Lactobacillus bulgaricus to ensure a variety of beneficial probiotic strains enter your gut.


2) Prebiotics

If you’re serious about healing your gut, it’s also important to introduce prebiotics into your system. Prebiotics are basically just gut healthy foods that support healthy digestion and immunity, as well as prepare the body to absorb the probiotic strains found in supplements. Prebiotics feed the “good” bacteria that already exist within your gut and help accelerate healing.


⁕  Prebiotic foods: Turmeric, pumpkin seeds, raw chicory root, dandelion greens, hemp seeds, ginger, chia seeds, flax seeds, garlic, leeks, onions, and many others.


3) Synbiotics

Some high quality supplements contain both prebiotics and probiotics already (often referred to as 'synbiotics'). Since your gut functions best with multiple strains of probiotics, the mix of these two gut-healing approaches is a match made in heaven when it comes to balancing gut bacteria.

4) Supplementary ingredients

There are a number of useful ingredients available that can help your body more readily absorb probiotic supplements. For instance, Primal Probiotics contain the patented ingredient PreforPro, a prebiotic bacteriophage cocktail designed to prepare your gut for healthy probiotic bacteria to colonize and flourish.


 

PRIMAL PROBIOTICS FEATURE ONLY THE HIGHEST QUALITY PROBIOTICS STRAINS AND REVOLUTIONARY PREFORPRO PREBIOTIC FOR MAXIMUM GUT HEALING AND MICROBIOTA BALANCING.

 

AND REMEMBER...

IT'S ABOUT YOU. IT'S ABOUT YOUR HEALTH. IT'S ABOUT RECONNECTING.


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