Improving Health

What Are Probiotics?
Probiotics are live microorganisms (in most cases, bacteria) that are similar to beneficial microorganisms already found in the human gut. Benefits include: * Inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria that cause digestive stress and/or feminine problems * Improve digestion of food and absorption of vitamins * Stimulate the body’s natural defence mechanism - the immune system * Help make vitamins needed by the body Most people get sick on average 2-3 times per year. This includes colds, flu and general stomach bugs.  And for women that may mean 2-3 feminine problems.  More than that, you may suffer with a weakened immune system.  Daily use of a probiotic will replenish the loss of beneficial bacteria giving your body the flora needed to strength your immunity. The easiest way to repopulate your intestines is with a probiotic supplement. You can get probiotic capsules from your local health food store or eat a plain, live yogurt every day. Taking a multi-strain Probiotic daily will support a healthy digestive and immune system, and promote & support good health.
How Probiotics Can Help?
Every day, some of the good, beneficial bacteria in the intestinal tract are neutralized by stress, poor diet, caffeine, alcohol, antibiotics, antacids, over-the-counter and prescription medications, chlorinated water, and a toxic environment, which may deplete the "healthy" bacteria. Take advantage of the many health benefits that Yefense offers. The probiotic benefits perform many valuable functions, including: *Inhibit the Growth of Harmful Bacteria that Cause Digestive Stress and/or Feminine Problems *Improve Digestion of Food and Absorption of Vitamins *Stimulate the Body's Natural Defense Mechanism—the Immune System *Help to Make Vitamins Needed by the Body *Promote Intestinal Health
Immune Support
Probiotics are live microorganisms (in most cases, bacteria) that are similar to beneficial microorganisms already found in the human gut. Yefense works by overpowering unhealthy bacteria with the "good" bacteria also known as micro flora, already living in our digestive systems (large & small intestines and colon) and our mouth. Its helps discourage the growth of "bad" bacteria like yeast from growing that may cause annoying yeast infections and excessive discharge and odor and other ailments. These live microorganisms also support the proper functioning of all body systems by improving the digestion and absorption of the foods and supplements that are ingested into the body through the mouth, resulting in strengthened immunity, more energy, and better general health.
For Constipation or Hard Stools
Almost everyone gets constipated at some time during his or her life. It affects approximately 2% of the population in the U.S.  Women are more commonly affected. Regular elimination of waste encourages an ideal environment for healthy bacteria to thrive. You are considered constipated if you have two or more of the following for at least 3 months: * Straining during a bowel movement more than 25% of the time. * Hard stools more than 25% of the time. * Incomplete evacuation more than 25% of the time. * Two or fewer bowel movements in a week.
For Vaginal Infections
Yeast infections now effect 75% of women at one time in their lives. 50% of women have at least 2 yeast infections, and 5% of women will suffer with recurrent yeast infections. A healthy vagina has many bacteria and a small number of yeast cells. The most common bacteria, Lactobacillus acidophilus, help keep other organisms-like the yeast-under control. Probiotics are an excellent way to keep your intestines in good health even if you don't suffer from yeast infections.
Approximately 50 percent of all women will have at least one UTI in her lifetime with many women having several infections throughout their lifetime. Lactobacilli have the potential to help protect women from UTIs in a number of ways: * Maintain a low pH environment. * Hinder E. coli growth. * Produce hydrogen peroxide, which produces an environment hostile for bacteria.
Other Uses
Taking antibiotics kill the bad bacteria that have caused an infection or making you ill.  However, antibiotics also kill off the "good" bacteria that are essential to your health.  Since your immune system is lowered due to the antibiotics, you want to make sure you add Probiotics to your diet. Taking Probiotics while on antibiotics will ensure that your body defenses are not diminished by the them and may offset some of the side efffects. Probiotics such as Yefense® builds your immune system with health flora to help fight off infections and illnesses before they even start.  We get sick often, feel worn out, and our bodies are deteriorating from poor diets, our surroundings and the environment.  The best way to keep healthy and let your body fend for itself is by adding Probiotics to your daily routine.   Probiotics are among the very safest supplements, so there's virtually no risk of toxicity or serious side-effects. You should consider probiotics anytime your immune system needs help, or anytime you're dealing with intestinal issues of any kind.  Health professionals also recommend probiotics for many other things, too.
Other Tips
*Avoid consumption of simple sugars. Yeast uses simple sugars as a food source. *Opt for high fiber complex carbohydrates such as whole grain breads and cereals, vegetables and fruits. Soluble and insoluble fiber enhances elimination of fecal matter.  Regular elimination of waste encourages an ideal environment for healthy bacteria to thrive. *Fresh salads, vegetables and fruits are high in vitamins, minerals and fiber but also encourage an ideal intestinal pH (acid/alkaline environment).  Friendly bacteria like a mild and balanced environment to thrive. Maintaining a healthy pH can support the life and function of these bacteria. *Limit red meat consumption to 2-3 times per week.  Red meat requires more enzymes and energy to metabolize than their protein counterparts tofu, fish or white meat.  Also, red meat stimulates stomach acids for affective metabolism which creates an acidic environment in the gut, not ideal for friendly bacteria survival. *Yogurt contains natural probiotics which may be helpful to compliment intestinal health. No added sugar or (artificially sweetened), plain yogurts are a healthier choice.  And Yefense™ is a great source of Probiotic supplement as well.
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