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Health Plus Probiotic Fiber -- 20 billion CFU - 30 Capsules


Health Plus Probiotic Fiber
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Health Plus Probiotic Fiber -- 20 billion CFU - 30 Capsules

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Health Plus Probiotic Fiber Description

  • 20 Billion CFU
  • 12 Probiotic Strains + Prebiotics
  • Helps Support Digestive & Immune Health

Help nourish your colon with what it craves to stay healthy: Prebiotic Fibres and a balnced spectrum of 12 Probiotic strains.

 

Probiotics are major contributors to a healty immune response as well as optimal digestive health. Being live organisms, Probiotics need food to survive. Prebiotics are fibers that our Probiotics can digest. This process is known as symbiotics, where Prebiotics and Probiotics work together to make a happier you.


Directions

Suggested Use: Adults, 1 capsule once daily. Probiotic Fiber may be taken continually to support overall health.
Free Of
Gluten.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Supplement Facts
Serving Size: 1 Capsule
Servings per Container: 30
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Proprietary Probiotic Blend
lactobacillus acidophilus
lactobacillus plantarum
bifidobacterium subtilis
bifidobacterium coagulans
lactobacillus rhamnosus
lactobacillus casei
lactobacillus brevis
lactobacillus salivarius
bifidobacterium bifidum
streptococcus thermophilus
bifidobacterium longun/B.lactis
streptococcus boulardii
333 mg
Total Cultures20 billion CFU
Prebiotic Fiber Blend0
  FOS (fructooligosaccharides)75 mg
  Inulin75 mg
Other Ingredients: Gelatin, cellulose and maltodextrin.
Warnings

Not recommended for use by pregnant or nursing women.

 

For California Residents Only: This product can expose you to lead, which is known in the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.

The product packaging you receive may contain additional details or may differ from what is shown on our website. We recommend that you reference the complete information included with your product before consumption and do not rely solely on the details shown on this page. For more information, please see our full disclaimer.
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Digest Every Meal More Efficiently with These Natural Solutions

According to CDC data, digestive diseases account for 22.4 million doctor’s office visits and 8.3 million emergency care visits every year. Anything that throws off digestion can affect your health on every level -- from physical well-being to the strength of your immune system. Woman Learning How Long Does Digestion Take Happily Eating Bowl of Oatmeal on Couch | Vitacost.com/blog

How long does digestion take?

The speed of digestion, known as transit time, is about 24 to 36 hours in healthy people. However, both food choices and physiological factors influence how quickly you digest. Underlying digestive conditions can also interfere with the process, making transit time either too fast or too slow. Believe it or not, digestion begins even before you take the first bite of a meal. Just the smell of food cooking primes your digestive system—that’s why your mouth waters when you smell something particularly delicious. Once you start eating:
  • Salivary enzymes begin to break down carbohydrates
  • A mix of digestive juices work to break down proteins in the stomach
  • The pancreas and gallbladder secrete enzymes and bile
  • Fats and most of the remaining carbohydrates are broken down in the small intestine
  • Nutrients are absorbed before food passes to the colon
  • Microbes in the colon break down undigested fiber
  • Water is absorbed, leaving stool to be eliminated
Problems occur when proper transit time is disrupted or when outside factors interfere with any step in the digestive process.

What hinders healthy digestion?

Stress is one of the biggest culprits behind digestive upset. In stressful situations, your body puts most of its energy toward keeping you alert and ready to respond to potential threats, leaving “non-essential” processes like digestion for later. As more Americans report feeling stressed, it’s no wonder so many also suffer from digestive problems. But stress isn’t the only factor. Many common diet and lifestyle habits—as well as diseases—can  interfere with or inhibit digestion. These include:
  • Artificial food additives, such as artificial sweeteners
  • Bile insufficiency due to gallbladder or liver problems
  • Celiac disease
  • Dehydration
  • Dysbiosis (an imbalance between harmful and beneficial gut microbes)
  • Eating too fast and/or too much
  • Food allergy or intolerance
  • Gastroparesis (slow stomach emptying)
  • High-fat, high-salt foods
  • Hormonal changes
  • Hypochloridria (low stomach acid), often associate with aging
  • IBS and IBD
  • Inadequate sleep
  • Lack of exercise
  • Low intake of healthy omega-3 fats
  • Low-fiber diet
  • Pancreatic insufficiency (lack of necessary digestive enzymes)
A number of medications may also cause digestive problems, including SSRIs, NSAIDS, antacids, proton pump inhibitors, anti-hypertensives, prescription painkillers, birth control pills and some antibiotics.

Supplements and foods good for digestion

Dietary change is a simple, effective method for improving digestion and achieving a healthy transit time. Replacing processed, high-fat and salty foods with whole or minimally processed plant foods – fruits, vegetables, whole grains and legumes – can alleviate a wide range of symptoms and promote regularity. Oddly, this is a bit of a paradox. Highly processed, low-fiber foods like white flour and sugar are quick to pass through your digestive tract; fiber-rich foods, on the other hand, slow digestion down. But high-fiber foods actually improve transit time. How? Insoluble fiber in particular helps to draw water into your stool, which increases bulk and supports healthy bowel habits. Upping your fiber intake too quickly can cause constipation, though, so take a gradual approach if you’re not used to eating large amounts of whole plant foods. Drink more water for additional digestive support. Need help with specific symptoms? Try these natural remedies: If you’re taking any prescription medications, check for potential interactions before beginning a natural supplement regimen.

Speeding up digestion: A word of caution

Remedies for slow digestion and digestive discomfort can be helpful if lifestyle or disease is the root of the problem. However, you shouldn’t try to digest faster just to “get rid of” food after overeating. Beware of diet gimmicks claiming you can “shed pounds” by speeding up transit time or taking supplements with laxative effects. Instead, focus on supporting healthy digestion every day. Returning to these habits after an unusually large meal will help you feel better and keep you balanced. Should digestive symptoms persist even after you make changes, see your doctor.

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