Looking For An Effective Probiotic Supplement? Consider Bacillus Coagulans In Probiotics Assurance
(EMAILWIRE.COM, March 27, 2014 ) Atlanta, GA -- Good health is a universal desire of all people. None of us can really live a productive and full life without good health. When your body functions at its peak, you can accomplish more, work more, laugh more, love more, and give more. In short, good health gives us more life.
We've all heard about the big three to better health - proper diet, regular exercise, and sound sleep. But did you know that having a vigorous population of Probiotics (Probiotics) in our intestines is also an important element to maintaining good health?
Probiotics are the beneficial microorganisms living in our intestines. Probiotics can help us digest food more completely, prevent diarrhea, calm irritable bowel syndrome, reduce gas discomfort, fight infection, and can even help us with the production of sertonin and other hormones that uplift our mood.
With so many health benefits from probiotics, it makes sense to ensure your intestinal tract has a strong population of probiotics. An obvious way to increase your probiotics is with probiotic supplements.
But not all probiotic supplements are the same. There are hundreds of probiotic supplements on the market, each containing either a single or multiple types of probiotics. With so many probiotic supplements to choose from, how do you know which is best?
A major drawback with probiotic supplements is that the bacteria in the supplements must pass through the stomach's harsh acids before reaching the intestines where the probiotics live. Most probiotic bacteria belong to the Lactobacillus or Bifidobacterium families of bacteria. These bacteria have a poor survivability rate in stomach acids. Some manufacturers overcome this by encapsulating the probiotics in a synthetic substance that is strong enough to resist the stomach acids but not so strong that it cannot be dissolved in the intestines.
Wouldn't it be great to have a probiotic that could encapsulate itself naturally as a protection from the stomach acid and break out of its self-made capsule when it reaches a hospitable environment, like your intestines?
Bacillus Coagulans is just such a probiotic. Originally believed to be in the Lactobacillus family because it shared so many of the positive characteristics of Lactobacillus, Bacillus Coagulans (Bacillus Coagulans) proved to be in the Bacillus family by DNA coding.
The Bacillus family of bacteria is widely found in soil and water, which can a harsh environment. Bacillus bacteria have the ability to protect themselves from large variations of temperature, salinity, and acidity by forming protective spores or capsules around themselves. When the environment is more to their liking, Bacillus bacteria will release themselves from their spores so they can begin to thrive. One can see how this characteristic can be useful in a probiotic supplement.
Finding the proper strain of Bacillus Coagulans that could be safely used as a probiotic is a breakthrough in probiotic technology. Not only can Bacillus Coagulans survive the passage through the stomach but also, because it is produced commercially in its protected encapsulated state, a probiotic supplement containing Bacillus Coagulans does not require refrigeration like other probiotics and has a shelf life of up to 3 years.
The next time you look for a probiotic supplement, narrow your choice down from the hundreds of labels. Consider a supplement that contains Bacillus Coagulans, like Probiotics Assurance. Be sure that the probiotic you take can arrive safely to the place where it can benefit you.
About Your Health Vita
Your Health Vita is a family owned business specializing in high quality nutritional supplements designed for people 50 years and older who enjoy an active lifestyle and plan on keeping their lifestyle for many more years. Currently, Your Health Vita has supplements for joint health and probiotics (probiotics).
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