Human Health

Probiotics Supporting Human Health

We have a defense system living in the intestines. These good microbes are called probiotics. Probiotics are the key to maintaining good health. They interact with the immune system by warding off bad microbes which make us sick. Probiotics also promote a healthy digestive system.

The tale of the tape may be told, in part, by the microbes inside you.
The tale of the tape may be told, in part, by the microbes inside you.

We get these good types of microbes from the foods we eat, as such as cultured milk products, cheese and yogurt. Certain other foods stimulates probiotics even more-- apples, teas, spices, berries and certain wines such as red wine. “Friendly bacteria in the gut - also known as intestinal flora, probiotic bacteria, or simply probiotics - keep harmful bacteria in check. One of the best ways to improve your intestinal health is ... by including probiotics in your diet.”
Jordan S. Rubin, N.M.D. and Joseph Bracso, M.D., Restoring your Digestive Health

Your digestive system is home to up to 100 trillion microbes, many of which keep you from getting sick. Unlike anti-bacterial products that kill all bacteria (healthy and harmful) indiscriminately, probiotics are good bacteria that help maintain the natural balance of microbes and reduce the growth of harmful bacteria.

The following SCD Probiotics productsSCD Essential Probiotics®, SCD Herbal Probiotics® and Xtra Immunity® - offer three ways to support increased personal wellness.

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