When people experience digestive programs, they often turn to probiotics, or friendly bacteria. Vita-Web Probiotic Formula helps maintain and balance the “friendly” bacteria that normally live in your digestive, urinary, and genital systems. In fact our digestive systems naturally contain about 500 different good bacteria that help fight disease. That’s good! The bad news? Stress, travel, environmental factors, bad diet, medications like antibiotics, infections, and alcohol add “bad” bacteria and throw off the balance. Americans are only recently learning how important it is for our health and quality of life, to maintain a healthy digestive tract. A daily probiotic supplement of “good” bacteria, like Vita-Web, helps eliminate and prevent the growth of bad bacteria in the intestines, restoring a healthy balance.
Our Probiotic Formula contains some of the most widely studied probiotics that are praised for the ability to survive the acidity of the stomach and move on to help fight bad bacteria and infection in the intestines.
Probiotic Bacteria Organisms, Bacillus Subtillus, L. Rhamnosus, L. Casei, B. Longum, L. Acidophilus, L. Pantarum and B. Breve
Other ingredients: Vegetable Cellulose, Magnesium Sterate and Stearic Acid
How to Restore Good and Eliminate Bad Bacteria?
Vita-Web Probiotics Formula ensures you get daily doses of “good” bacteria. This helps eliminate and prevent the growth of bad bacteria in the intestines, restoring a healthy balance.
Researchers believe that Probiotics naturally:
- Supports the immune system
- Promotes gum and oral health
- Maintains good digestive health
- Relieves diarrhea and gastroenteritis
- Aids in digestion and regularity
- Benefits brain function
- Helps prevent colds
- Eases Eczema
- Alleviates or prevents allergies
- Prevents chronic yeast infections
- Fights chronic urinary tract infections
- Studies are even showing that L. Rhamnosus helps reduce stress, anxiety and depression
Help for People With Lactose Intolerance
Are you lactose intolerant? Studies have shown that when taken with milk, persons with lactose intolerance did not experience an inflammatory reaction.
Help for People With Dry Mouth and Gum Disease
When a group of people suffering from various periodontal diseases and gingivitis were treated with the L. acidophilus strain probiotic, almost every patient reported significant recovery, including decreased gum bleeding, according to the European Journal of Dentistry.
An Anti-Aging Supplement?
If the balance of bacteria in your gut is off, and digestive health suffers, it can make you appear older than you are. Blotchy, sagging skin. Dull, lifeless hair. Low energy. An increase in arthritis. Weight gain. Tooth decay. These can be some of the signs of poor digestive health.
How to Choose a Probiotic
- Look for a Probiotic supplement that contains more than one strain, or a mixed-strain supplement. Studies show this can improve effectiveness. Our Probiotics Formula contains seven proven strains.
- Look for a probiotic supplement that contains Lactobacillus acidophilus or L. Acidophilus, as Vita-Web does.
- Look at the quantity of colony-forming units (CFUs) present. You want your probiotic supplement to give you 10 billion CFUs a day. Vita-Web Probiotic Formula has over 10 billion, which is suggested by doctors.
As a dietary supplement, take one capsule daily with a meal. As with all supplements, it is best to take them at the same time everyday. 30 pills per bottle. Best if kept refrigerated.
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What Other Sources Say About Probiotics
In an article discussing the most promising ways to quash an oncoming cold or flu, Dr. Keifer, of the University of Arizona’s Center for Integrative Medicine wrote:
Probiotics: Preventing colds. Athletes had 40% fewer colds when they took a daily probiotic, found in a recent study. Probiotics may increase the production of antibodies.
Dr. Keifer suggested people look for a mixed-strain supplement of 10 billion CFU. Vita-Web Probiotic Formula has 7 strains and over 10 billion CFU.
Source: Kiefer, David, MD. “The New Immunity Fixes.” Prevention Jan. 2014: 20.
In 2011, experts at Yale University reviewed research. They concluded that probiotics are most effective for: Treating ulcerative colitis, preventing antibiotic-associated diarrhea and infectious diarrhea, preventing pouchitis, an inflammation of the intestines that can follow intestinal surgery, treating and preventing eczema associated with cow’s milk allergy, helping the immune system…”
Source: Feature, Peter JaretWebMD. “What Are Probiotics? Benefits, Supplements, Foods & More.”WebMD. WebMD, 03 Jan. 0000. Web. 06 Apr. 2014.
Probiotics appear to be useful in the prevention or treatment of several gastrointestinal disorders, including infectious diarrhea, antibiotic diarrhea, and traveler’s diarrhea. Results of preliminary human and animal studies suggest that patients with inflammatory diseases, and even irritable bowel syndrome, may benefit from probiotic therapy.
Source: Vanderhoof, JA, and RJ Young. “Use of Probiotics in Childhood Gastrointestinal Disorders.”J Pediatric Gastroenterol Nutrition (1998): 323-32. Web. 6 Apr. 2014.
Acidophilus and related probiotics not only help the digestive tract function, they also reduce the presence of less healthful organisms by competing with them for the limited space available. … it appears that the regular use of probiotics can help prevent vaginal infections and generally improve the health of the gastrointestinal system. …probiotics have shown some promise for preventing or treating eczema. Probiotics might help prevent cold.
“Acidophilus and Other Probiotics.” NYU Langone Medical Center. NYU Langone Medical Center, n.d. Web. 06 Apr. 2014.
Weight loss is another possible application. A study in December’s British Journal of Nutrition found that women supplementing their diet with probiotics were significantly more likely to lose weight (nearly 11 pounds on average) compared with those taking a placebo (just 5.7 pounds) over a 12-week period.
Savacool, Julia. “Popular Probiotics Have Few Cons, Experts Say.” USA Today. Gannett, 23 Mar. 2014. Web. 06 Apr. 2014.