Preventing Leaky Gut and Leaky Brain

Did you know having healthy intestinal bacteria is essential to health and wellbeing? Mounting research suggests that bacteria living in your digestive tract or intestinal microbiome, plays an important role in brain, intestinal, hormonal health. About 70% of your immune system lies within your intestinal tract.

If you want to be healthy, you need a healthy intestine. High Potency Probiotic by Nature’s Doctors works in the gut by increasing the number of healthy microbes, keeping harmful bugs in check.

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Intestinal Bacteria Affects the Brain and Body

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  • Depression: 1/3 patients have “leaky gut” intestinal permeability allows bacteria to seep into the bloodstream—benefitted by lactobacillus helveticus and Bifidobacterium longum
  • Obesity & Diabetes: imbalances in intestinal microbiome linked to obesity and obesity related diseases
  • Colon Cancer: Intestinal sugar loving bacteria throw intestinal microbiome out of balance
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis: Low levels of good bacteria, high levels of unhealthy Prevotella copri bacteria linked with autoimmune joint disease.
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome: linked to small intestines bacterial overgrowth (SIBO)
  • Ulcerative Colitis: imbalance in gut flora may be a main factor in the onset and continuing symptoms of Ulcerative Colitis—benefitted by bifidobacteria
  • Crohn’s Disease: abnormal high levels of “bad” bacteria may trigger an atypical immune response
  • Parkinson’s Disease: have different gut bacteria unhealthy microbiome
  • Autism: often occurs with “leaky gut” or irritable bowel syndrome
  • Anxiety: beneficial bacteria can positively change the way the brain responds to stimuli, benefitted by lactobacilli

Health Benefits for Women

  • Studies have demonstrated that Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium probiotics promote normal bowel movements and help with irritable bowel syndrome.
  • Probiotics promote vaginal balance, prevent unpleasant discharge and itching that occurs with the loss of vaginal lactobacilli contributing to imbalances in the vaginal microbiome, making probiotic supplementation necessary.
  • Probiotics defend against urinary tract infections by using lactobacilli, especially women with recurrent infections.
  • Probiotics boost beneficial bacteria and help create a healthier microbiome in the body, reducing the impact of harmful bugs
  • Probiotics have been determined to be safe and can be taken during pregnancy.

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