Probiotic Super Boost

Price: $57.60
What makes PN Probiotics different? Our probiotics are delivered in a delayed release veggie capsule which has been shown to…
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What makes PN Probiotics different?
Our probiotics are delivered in a delayed release veggie capsule which has been shown to release only 20% of its content within the first 2 hours. This ensures that the probiotic strains are released in the gut while still alive and are able to colonize the gut wall. The intestinal flora is made up of many kinds of living bacteria that have a symbiotic relationship with the rest of the body. Probiotics have been linked with successful rebuilding of friendly gut flora and which are available in supplement form. Free from wheat, gluten, soy, animal products, corn, sugar, lactose, sodium, egg, nuts and artificial colours, flavours and preservatives.

Each PN Supa capsule contains: 25 billion CFU’s
Lactobacillus acidophilus …. 15 Billion CFU’s
Lactobacillusrhamnosis ……. 5.5 Billion CFU’s
Bifidobacteriumlactis ………. 4.5 Billion CFU’s

This product is shelf stable and only needs to be stored in a cool dry place below 30 degrees C or preferably refrigerated after opening.

Available in 6 and 12 packs

Billions of micro encapsulated good bacteria from fermented Paw Paw leaf and Paw Paw fruit.

The intestinal flora is made up of many kinds of living bacteria that have a symbiotic relationship with the rest of the body. Probiotic have been linked with successful rebuilding of friendly gut flora and which are available in supplement form.

Fermented Papaya (Paw Paw) and the leafs of Papaya were used by many natives to assist with the health problems that faced these people. These benefits have been well documented. Now captured in a modern world with new age technology Paradise Nutrients can now offer these fantastic traditional foods in a concentrated form to assist in the general wellbeing of mankind.

Probiotics are foods or products containing a defined single or mixed culture of live microbes that exert beneficial effects on health by altering the intestinal “microflora”, the type of bacteria you have in your digestive system. probiotics have also been called “friendly bacteria”, or “good bacteria”, and have been consumed for hundreds of years in the belief they exert health benefits, even if at the time people were not sure why the benefits arose. Modern research has demonstrated the beneficial effects that probiotic bacteria, as normal residents in the intestinal tract, offer not only in promoting health but also in treating and preventing disease.

Various factors such as poor diet, alcohol intake, excessive stress and the use of certain medications may contribute to changes in the makeup of this ecosystem. Such shifts in the balance of intestinal flora have long been considered to have significant health effects.

Probiotics are involved in

• Improving your digestion;

• Producing vitamins;

• Relieving symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS);

• Detoxifying chemicals;

• Producing nutrients to repair the gut lining;

• Increasing resistance to infections and regulating the
immune function;

• Preventing the overgrowth of bad bacteria.

Our digestive system normally has what we would call “good” bacteria and “bad” bacteria. Maintaining the correct balance between the “good” bacteria and the “bad” bacteria is necessary for optimal health. Things like medications, diet, diseases, and your environment can upset that balance. Now lets look at some mind-boggling numbers? Intestinal bacteria account for approximately 95 per cent of the total number of cells in your entire body, which means there are around 100 to 700 trillion of this beneficial bacteria located in your intestines, all working together to keep you healthy. Although probiotics, which is the scientific understanding of foods that boost these bacteria, is still in its infancy, our understanding of it is moving ahead rapidly.

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