"Digestive Flora for assisting the digestive system and assisting in
Digestive enzymes are proteins designed to break down foods into
nutrients that your body can then readily digest. The human body
produces 22 different digestive enzymes
Your intestinal tract is the home to literally trillions of
microorganisms. Some of them are harmful but most
are beneficial to your healthy by aiding digestion, creating
vitamins, and inhibiting the growth of disease-promoting
Digestive Flora enhances digestive processes through the use of the fiber supplement arabinogalactan (AG) and probiotic bacteria, such as Lactobacillus
sporogenes and Lactobacillus acidophilus.
It is essential to have a healthy intestinal flora for optimal
healthy. When there is a disruption in intestinal
homeostasis, digestive and absorptive functions may be
compromised, as well as vital immune functions.
(meaning "for life") is the term for a large number of
non-pathogenic and beneficial bacteria that live in the intestinal tract,
boosting the immune system and inhibiting the growth of harmful
bacteria. In addition, intestinal flora produces vitamins b1, b2, b6,
b12, K, folic acid, and biotin.
is a water-soluble polymer found in uniquely high concentrations
in the larch tree. AG, a fermentable fiber, remains
undigested in the stomach. It passes to the large
intestine, or colon, where it enhances growth of the body's
friendly bacteria, such as Lactobacilli and Bifidobacteria.
Peter D' Aamo, author of the book Eat Right for Your Type, said,
"AG is probably one of the most exciting new discoveries to
the nutraceutical industry. We already discovered its
powerful immune-enhancing benefits and ability to promote colon
health. As research continues, scientists will likely
discover further health benefits."
sporogenes also acts as a superior probiotic and has been shown
in clinical reports from Japan to be effective in assisting
digestive health. In most cases, ingestion of a minimum of
300 million spores a day is sufficient to see results.
With 100 million spores per capsule of Digestive Flora, one can easily
meet this minimum requirement by taking the recommended dosage.
acidophilus, a natural inhabitant of the gastrointestinal tract,
may support healthy cholesterol maintenance, inhibition of
undesirable bacteria, immune response, and promote cellular
AG is fermented in the large intestine or colon and becomes
short chain fatty acids, which may promote healthy intestinal
mucosa. AG also supports beneficial gastrointestinal
bacteria like Lactobacilli and Bifidobacteria found in the
body. The first AG human clinical study at the university
of Minnesota in 1998 confirmed AG's probiotic fiber and
vitro cell studies have shown that AG stimulates the human
immune system to a greater degree than echinacea. It does
so by stimulating the "natural killer" cell function
and activating phagocytosis. In several other clinical
studies, AG supported the body in its efforts to fight unhealthy
balanced intestinal flora by increasing the production of
daily fiber intake and colon health
energy through complete digestion
longevity and fitness
proper cholesterol levels
body detoxify and maintains cellular health
body as it fights pathogenic bacteria
in stimulating the immune system
restore normal flora after antibiotic therapy
nutrient assimilation, the gastrointestinal tract must also eliminate
waste. Ineffective toxin elimination can lead to an imbalanced ratio
of good-to-bad bacteria and lead to numerous health concerns including yeast
infections, diarrhea, colitis, irritable bowel syndrome, Crohn's disease,
headaches, and many other health concerns.
solvents are used in the extraction of AG from the larch tree. AG
extract, soluble in warm water, is in its natural form after being
"soaked and pressed" from the larch tree.
sporogenes is on of many species of lactobacillus that produces lactic
acid. Studies conducted at the Department of Cardiology of the G.B.
Pant Hospital in New Delhi concluded that oral Lactobacillus sporogenes
therapy had both hypolipidemic and hypercholesterolemic effects.