The Pros of Probiotics

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Published: 08th April 2015
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You know how it's sometimes necessary to change the oil in your car? Well, it turns out your body is a lot like that people-mover sitting in your drive way. Take care of it, with regular check-ups. Watch what you put in to your body for fuel. And when it's time for an oil change, include probiotics.

Did that last point catch you off-guard? Don't sweat it. Probiotics are the "friendly" bacteria that occur naturally in the gut. These beneficial little guys maintain balance in your gastrointestinal system and eliminate dangerous bacteria like salmonella. New studies link them to reduced inflammation of the GI tract - one of the reasons why people colon cleanse in the first place.

And if you're in the market for a colon cleanse system with probiotics, consider Digestive Science Intensive Colon Cleanse. Details forthcoming.

Colon Cleansing?

You've heard of this one. Colon cleansing refers to products or techniques that purge the digestive system of toxins that accumulate in the colon and leak into the blood stream. Benefits include:
less constipation and diarrhea
more energy
mental focus
better nutrient absorption
healthy weight management
skin that glows

Having said these things, all colon cleanse systems are not equal. Most, yes, most colon cleansers are little more than harsh laxatives that blast feces out of the colon. In the process, they upset the balance of good and bad microflora in the gut, and simply make symptoms worse.

Colon cleansing is a comprehensive therapy, for your body and your mind. In some cases, in which patients choose an ineffective system, people have been hospitalized.

Make no mistake, you should do a colon cleanse. But it pays to do your homework before you choose a colon cleanse system. Specifically, a colon cleanse should be a natural formulation and reduce inflammation of the delicate lining of the GI tract. And probiotics? Let's get to that.

Probiotics May Reduce Inflammation

According to a new study, conducted by researchers from University College Cork in Ireland, probiotics may lower levels of inflammation in the GI tract. Such inflammation is linked to psoriasis, ulcerative colitis and chronic fatigue syndrome.

In the study, patients with one of these aforementioned ailments took the probiotic bacteria B. infantis for eight weeks. The researchers also gave the probiotics to healthy patients. Similarly, they gave a placebo to the ailment-stricken and healthy patients. In both cases, the results were clear: probiotics reduced inflammation.

Research is ongoing, of course, and it's unclear which strains of probiotics may treat specific ailments, or at what dose. But it's encouraging to know that probiotics may treat chronic inflammation, linked to pain and sometimes life-threatening conditions. More commonly, probiotics may reduce the same inflammation responsible for diarrhea, bloating, abdominal pain and bad digestion.

Digestive Science Intensive Colon Cleanse

Let's summarize what we've learned thus far. Colon cleansing serves an important function for your digestive system and overall health. And yet most colon cleanse systems are harsh laxatives that alter the constitution of the GI system and simply make symptoms of bad digestion worse.

Similarly, new studies link probiotics to reduced inflammation of the GI tract. In patients with ailments like fatigue and psoriasis, the improvement was especially remarkable, though probiotics reduced inflammation in healthy patients as well.

Therefore, if you're interested in colon cleansing, you should look for a natural system that's specifically formulated to reduce inflammation of the GI tract. And it should come with probiotics, either within the system or as an optional supplement. If the latter's the case, you'd do well to take that option.

Your choices remaining? All things point to Digestive Science Intensive Colon Cleanse.




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