PREBiotics....the Game Changer you MUST Try.
I have never written a blog before to promote a product……..but I have to introduce you to the new sister product of Megasporebiotic. Together they equal the most optimal gut restoration.
Everyone’s talking about PRE-biotics. But jeez…..you already have 22 bottles of half used supplement bottles in THAT cabinet. Are they really worth trying? Or are they just the newest fad in the supplement market right now? Keeping up with all the hype and spin of the most ‘cutting edge’ supplements is exhausting……..mentally and financially. However, YES, they are worth trying. Microbiomelabs (company that produces the genius ‘Megapsorebiotic’ that has changed lives) has just put out yet another revolutionary product: MEGA-Prebiotic. Let’s take a look.
What exactly are Pre-biotics?
Prebiotics are non-digestible food ingredients that induce the growth or activity of beneficial microorganisms such as bacteria and fungi. The most common example is in the gastrointestinal tract, where prebiotics can alter the composition of organisms in the gut microbiome. Essentially- they are fertilizer. The best, organic kind. By tending to the soil of your gut by adding Pre-biotics you are laying down the best foundation possible. These fermented fibers also produce short chained fatty acids such as butyrate, pure gold for colon health. Other benefits of ingesting pre-biotics include blood sugar stabilization and supporting the gut-brain axis (brain neuroplasticity).
Prebiotics are the ‘Miracle-Grow’ to the Garden of Your Micro-biome.
These Pre-biotics are actually the most yummy food for probiotics, as they ultimately work synergistically. This is actually super, SUPER important info that most folks don’t realize; probiotics work WAY better when given these fibrous, plant based soluble nutrients. The more pre-biotics you throw at the probiotic strands that you just spent $60+ on, the more efficiently they will colonize. Are they absolutely necessary? No. But you’ll get a lot more bang for your buck out of your probiotic supplement, and you just might experience obvious improvement in digestion from these pre-creatures. So far, most patients I put on MEGAPrebiotic are claiming a huge reduction in gas, bloating and constipation.
Of course you may be ingesting some foods that are naturally very high in Pre-biotics- but maybe not, considering the best food based sources of pre-biotics have to be ingested in their raw state to wreak benefits, and most of us are not eating raw asparagus on the daily
Here’s a list of the top food based prebiotics- all very high in fiber (but remember not all high fiber foods are high in pre-biotics):
- Acacia gum (or gum arabic)
- Raw chicory root.
- Raw Jerusalem artichoke.
- Raw dandelion greens.
- Raw garlic.
- Raw leeks.
- Raw or cooked onions.
- Raw jicama.
It is not always possible to eat optimal amounts of specific raw foods in hopes of obtaining certain amounts of pre-biotics. The best, most convenient option is to simply take a prebiotic supplement. Especially one specifically designed to complement Megasporebiotic, made by the leading-edge innovators in digestive health today.
Most of my readers are huge fans of Microbiomelabs ‘Megasporebiotic’ and have experienced incredible results on it. Here is what the company states about their newest, hottest item:
Cutting-edge Precision Prebiotic
“MegaPreBiotic™ is a cutting-edge Precision Prebiotic™ supplement made up of clinically-tested, non-digestible oligosaccharides that can increase microbial diversity and selectively feed beneﬁcial, keystone bacteria like Akkermansia muciniphila, Faecalibacterium prausnitzii, and Bifidobacteria. Prebiotics are non-digestible ﬁbers that feed the bacteria living in your gut. However, most prebiotics on the market can feed both harmful and beneﬁcial gut bacteria, which can exacerbate digestive issues. Keystone bacteria like bacterium prausnitzii, and Biﬁdobacteria are very important for human health, but their populations can be easily diminished by antibiotics, stress, diet, glyphosate, and other environmental toxins.”
Keystone bacteria like Akkermansia muciniphila, Faecalibacterium prausnitzii, and Bifidobacteria are very important for human health, but their populations can be easily diminished by antibiotics, stress, diet, glyphosate, and other environmental toxins.
A. muciniphila plays an important role in metabolism and has been shown to promote fat loss. Low levels of A. muciniphila have been associated with obesity, diabetes, liver disease, cardiometabolic diseases, and low-grade inﬂammation.
F. prausnitzii can increase the production of butyrate, a short-chain fatty acid that can relieve intestinal inﬂammation. Low levels of F. prausnitzii have been associated with irritable bowel syndrome, inﬂammatory bowel diseases (IBD) like Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis, celiac disease, and chronic constipation.
Biﬁdobacteria can also increase butyrate production and promote lean body mass. Low levels of Biﬁdobacteria have been associated with obesity, diabetes, celiac disease, allergic asthma, dermatitis, IBD, chronic fatigue syndrome, and psoriasis.
With continued research, it is becoming more and more evident that health benefits from pre-biotics are of great magnitude. Conditions such as IBS, IBD, bacterial vaginosis, recurrent urinary tract infections and H. Pylori are conditions in which pre-biotics in higher doses can be extremely beneficial. Studies are showing correlation between weight loss with increased pre-biotics as well. Overall, prebiotics enhance and support the immune-system and have an anti-inflammatory effect. Lastly, research is demonstrating that through immunomodulation they create stronger resistance to illness and infection.
Don’t miss trying this! I am SO passionate about helping others reach their goals with improved digestion…..especially those of you with stubborn cases- this really, REALLY is a game changer. Check it out, and as usual, don’t forget to shoot me an email and tell me about the amazing results you get with this product!!! I want to hear! firstname.lastname@example.org
Karen Mullins DOM