Perhaps no other body function is taken more for granted than the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. Yet if your digestive system is unable to properly break down food into nutrients, the rest of the body starts to go downhill in rapid succession.
While taking MyFloraDaily Probiotic helps keep your gut in good working order, you should also be supplementing your diet with high quality MyFloraDaily Prebiotic to give your gut the food it needs to feed the good bacteria that live in your stomach.
Organic, non-GMO MyFloraDaily Prebiotic consists of a combination of natural non-digestible fibers that are specifically utilized by healthy intestinal bacteria. This mixture makes MyFloraDaily Prebiotic vitally
important for maintaining lower GI tract balance, good bacteria levels, a strong immune system and overall balanced digestive health. And all it takes is 2 (two) 1,250 mg. capsules a day.
- MyFloraDaily Prebiotic is a gentle fiber and easily tolerated compared with other fibers. The body itself does not digest these plant fibers. Instead, it uses them to promote the growth of good bacteria in the gut. The health benefits of dietary fiber have long been appreciated, and higher intakes have been linked to less cardiovascular disease.
- Other prebiotic fibers require much larger doses to show the same benefits as MyFloraDaily Prebiotic.
WHY DO I NEED A PREBIOTIC IF I’M ALREADY TAKING A PROBIOTIC?
It’s easy to get prebiotics and probiotics confused, but each play a different and equally important role in promoting digestive health. The most important thing to remember is that probiotics contain live bugs (bacteria), while prebiotics contain no bugs; they simply create the ideal conditions for the gut bugs that already exist to grow and multiply. And more healthy bacteria means you digest food more efficiently.1
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