Good Bacteria in Food

How often do you hear there is good bacteria in food? Normally, just the mention of the word bacteria, and visions of dangerous microscopic organisms pop into the picture.  However, it’s important to know that your gut needs good bacteria to keep bad bacteria away,  stopping a wide variety of health problems.

If you make sure your intestinal gut is in good working order, you avoid simple issues such as constipation, bloating, even allergies,  and high blood pressure. During the winter season, ensuring you have enough good bacteria in your system is especially important to support immune system in warding off the effects of colds and flu.

Ensuring you eat the good bacteria in food promotes a healthy balance of good to bad bacteria, currently recommended at 9:1.  Considering there is over 100 trillion bacteria in the digestive system, good bacteria can help with other health problems that could cause a more detrimental effect to you. These include:

  • Colon Cancer

  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome

  • Colitis

Understanding Probiotics, The Good Bacteria

Probiotics are good bacteria and can be found in a wide variety of foods and supplements. Understanding how they work is not difficult. First of all, it’s believed by some researchers that some digestive problems arise due to an unhealthy balance between good and bad bacteria. This can happen after taking antibiotics or suffering an infection of some sort.

Foods Containing Good Bacteria

There are many ways to ensure your body receives the right number of good bacteria.  Some of the following foods help to keep the right balance of good and bad bacteria at the correct levels:

 

  • Kefir is a beverage which contains beneficial bacteria and yeasts making it rich in probiotics. In fact, it contains 10 different types of active microorganisms.

  • Yogurts, cottage cheese and sour cream can also contain good bacteria. Make sure you look for products that state they contain “live cultures”.

  • Apples. Recent studies have shown that a diet rich in apples can help keep the body’s pH levels well balanced which aids in the growth of good bacteria.

Good Bacteria Supplements

High quality probiotic supplements provide significant amounts of probiotics, promoting bowel regularity, reduce GI inflammation, and repair gluten-damaged intestinal lining, all while accelerating fat loss.  BioTrust’s Pro-X10 probiotic supplement provides three unique strains of probiotics, not found in most other supplements, these include:

  • Bifidobacterium lactis for constipation and inflammatory bowel relief

  • Lactobacillus salivarius for unprecedented oral health. In fact, this unique strain has been proven through research to dramatically decrease the level of plaque forming bacteria in the mouth while naturally freshening breath and reducing gum sensitivity

  • S. boulardii for unparalleled immune support, including a significant increase in mean blood cell count and a decrease in systemic inflammation, even during periods of high stress

Inadequate probiotic levels in the digestive tract has been linked to over 170 diseases and health issues, including obesity and unwanted weight gain. BioTrust’s Pro-X10 probiotic supplement provides over ten times the amount of probiotics when compared to traditional supplements and food sources.

 

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