Sweet Cures Probiotic Blend contains over 6 Billion live bacteria per two capsules with nine unique strains including Acidophilus and Lactobacillus but also L.Rhamnosus and L. Plantarum. Our new standardised probiotic no longer needs to be stored in the fridge - taking high-quality probiotics has never been easier.
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Lactobacillus Acidophilus, Lactobacillus Plantarum, Lactobacillus Casei, Lactococcus Lactis, Lactobacillus Rhamnosus, Bifidobacterium Bifidum, Bifidobacterium Breve, Bifidobacterium Lactis, Streptococcus Thermophilus. Vegetarian capsule. HMPC Trace: inert titanium white.
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Couldn't be better. Worth every penny.
There's a good balance of probiotics here. Helped me recover from a bout of mild food poisoning.
Fantastic! Best probiotic I’ve used!
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Sweet Cures Probiotic Blend provides the friendly bacteria that power the immune system with an unbeatable blend of nine different natural gut bacteria in a freeze-dried state that come back to life when exposed to moisture and body temperature. Once activated, friendly bacteria immediately begin their work of fighting pathogens, releasing enzymes that activate immune factors and protecting the body from invaders from the outside world.
Do not take if pregnant - Always consult your doctor before changing any regimes when pregnant.
Probiotics are naturally occurring live bacteria that are available in food such as fermented vegetables and live yogurt. The meaning of the word probiotic is “promoting life” and that suggests that they have a very important role in health indeed because probiotics help to populate your gut with good bacteria.
After decades of trying to kill bacteria with soap and antibiotics, we are coming to a greater understanding of the symbiotic relationship we have with bacteria in our bodies. While some make us sick, others play essential roles in digestion, human immunity and are even thought to produce chemicals that determine our moods. Around 100 trillion microorganisms and 500 different species live in every healthy bowel. These microorganisms are generally not harmful. Quite the opposite in fact! Gut-dwelling bacteria keep pathogens (harmful microorganisms) in check and are essential to many digestive processes that enable us to absorb nutrients from food, and they are consequently at the very heart of immune function.
When gut bacteria become out of balance, for whatever reason, it would appear humans become out of balance too. In fact, our gut is populated in a delicately and regularly evolving kaleidoscope of gut bacteria: there are good bacteria, bad bacteria, and VERY bad bacteria and the situation changes according to diet, antibiotic use etc. When we have an imbalance and the bad bacteria are winning, we are more likely to get sick and even depressed (Gut bacteria produce neurochemicals such as serotonin and dopamine that regulate basic psychological processes). Probiotics seek to redress a gut imbalance. It is now believed that the human gut needs to be diversely populated with a range of competing microbial inhabitants for us to be fully healthy.
When people first start taking probiotic supplements, there’s a tendency to develop gas and bloating in the first few days. Apart from these temporary symptoms, probiotics are generally safe. Some people, however, should avoid probiotics either in foods or supplements, and they include people with weakened immune systems, or cancer patients Speak to your doctor about any concerns.
If you are struggling with digestive issues, or you have had courses of antibiotics in the last 3-5 years you may consider a probiotic supplement.
Yoghurt, Kefir and Sauerkraut are excellent sources. A low-glycemic, whole food diet that includes healthy proteins, fats and fibre, along with probiotics can improve the health of your gut significantly. Prebiotics are also highly useful non-digestible carbohydrates that provide food for friendly bacteria. Food sources include beans, garlic, onions and leeks. Xylotene from Sweet Cures acts as a prebiotic.
Probiotics must survive in the acidic gastric environment if they are to reach the small intestine and colonise the host, thereby imparting their benefits. Lactobacillus species are considered intrinsically resistant to acid.
The best time to take probiotics is alongside your meals. Right before or just after the meal is best for getting the most out of our probiotics. By taking your probiotic with food you provide a buffering system for the supplement and aid its safe passage through the digestive tract. Taking alongside a healthy meal provides the best chance of getting the most out of your probiotics.
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