When you walk down the aisle of your local health store, are you confused by which probiotics you should be taking? How can you know which one is right for you? When looking at probiotics, a common belief is to count the number of bacteria instead of variety in a formula.
As you know, your body’s ecosystem is a complex terrain filled with trillions of bacteria that need to work together in a symbiotic relationship. When you add medication or antibiotics to your ecosystem, it’s like setting off an atomic bomb in your gut. Both good and bad bacteria are killed. Your ecosystem only becomes balanced again and function properly when all the bacteria strains are replaced. Whenever taking supplements it’s important to consider your entire terrain, rather than just one or two strain types of bacteria.
Think of your body as a field full of a single crop. It only takes a single disease to wipe out the entire crop. However, if you have a couple different types of crops – squash, corn, and beans, for example – all supporting each other then they can resist pests, diseases and are drought tolerant. These crops work together and support each other in what is known as companion planting.
Probiotics in the Gut
More people are realizing the benefit of taking probiotics on a regular basis and not just after taking antibiotics. Unfortunately, most of these products only have one or two strands that pass through your system with little or no real effect.
That is why we created Your Flora Regenesis, which we recommend to restore your gut flora and rebalance your ecosystem with certified organic herbs and Kefi-Soy ™. Kefi-soy ™ as well as other ingredients such as artichoke and chicory that supports your liver, especially when taking medication. It also helps your mucus membrane which restores your gut flora and rebalances your ecosystem.
With 35 symbiotic strains of good bacteria and yeast, Your Flora Regenesis provides the ideal foundation for your body to create and develop a rich and diverse digestive tract. The 35 strains help with the rebalancing process and getting your gut back to health after taking medication for an illness.