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How do you keep your immunity strong in times of a pandemic?

Posted on26 Apr 2021
In the gut, a robust population of beneficial bacteria can help crowd out harmful, bad bacteria, making it harder for them to thrive.
In addition, probiotic bacteria can influence the activity of our own immune cells, regulating inflammation, barrier function, and cell-to-cell signaling.


1. Supplementing with good probiotics daily, this would be easiest and most effective, firstly probiotic supplements like Lactomin and Lactokids, are well researched, probiotic strains are protected to ensure the probiotics enter into your intestines unaffected.

Secondly, know what you are taking. The total CFU per sachet is measured and recorded so that you know how much probiotics you are taking daily.

Thirdly, most people who have taken our probiotics have experienced their digestion improved, or seen the positive effect on relieving a specific condition like diarrhoea. This clearly shows by supplementing our probiotics, works.

2. Consume foods that contain beneficial bacteria. This includes things like yogurt, kefir, and other cultured dairy products; kim-chi, sauerkraut, and other fermented vegetables; miso, tempeh, natto, and other fermented soy products; and kombucha, which is a sort of fermented tea.
However it is not entirely clear how many of those bacteria actually survive their trip through the digestive tract and set up permanent residence in the gut.

Probiotic immune health products support the resident bacteria that are an important part of the portion of the immune system that resides in the gut, mostly in the colon (lower section of the large intestine). In the colon, beneficial bacteria interact with antigens, or other substances that cause an immune response in the body.

The gut encounters more antigens than any other part of the body, and it is crucial that the resident gut bacteria function effectively alongside other parts of the gut-mediated immune system. Supplementation with a well-formulated probiotic product can help guarantee that the gut microbiota remain intact and functioning well, which is especially critical after taking antibiotics that destroy many of the resident bacteria along with their targeted pathogens.

Immune support probiotics are often derived from good probiotics such as Lactomin or Lactokids which are specially formulated for these specific purposes.
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