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Why Gut Health is so important now

Posted on20 Mar 2020

Your digestive belt lies a sophisticated system of organs powered by a community of beneficial bacteria called the microbiome.

Your stomach, pancreas and liver, driven by the mighty microbiome, aids in digestion as it breaks down food, absorbs nutrients and extracts energy that fuels us every day. This is absolutely why taking care of the digestive system is so critical to one's health. 

Maintaining the right balance of microbes in your gut not only helps digestion, it can be a powerful ally in strengthening the immune function. Support a healthy gut with these simple tips.

1. Probiotics are composed of helpful bacteria to help support immunity and healthy digestion. We usually think of bacteria as something that can cause disease, but probiotics are the good bacteria that can be very effective in keeping your gut healthy.

With convenient packaging, Lactomin and Lactokids are designed to be quickly sprinkled on the tongue, on cold food or in a cold beverage, this probiotic helps your body maintain a balance of good bacteria in the gut while promoting immunity and aiding your body's natural defenses

How can you be sure your probiotics product is delivering the benefits you need?  What matters most is knowing what strains are included in the product and that there's clinical support for those digestive and immune benefits. "It's less about the billions of probiotics but actually how many of the billions do survive and actually reach your gut to repopulate". Lactomin was designed and formulated with the right balance of the right strains at the right levels for digestion and immune health."

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