What is Probiotics?
Probiotics is a friendly bacteria that has been used safely and effectively for more than 2000 years,proving their value to human health.Most often,Probiotics have been consumed as part of cultured food,such as acidophilius milk,yogurt,soy tempeh and idii(cultured wheat).
The friendly bacteria in these foods,specifically Lactobacillus acidophilus,multiply and establish colonies in the warm,moist environment of the human body by feeding on the carbohydrates and protein in the digestive tract.
How is Probiotics helpful to you?
The utilization of Probiotics may provide the following:
Better absorption of nutrients by control of gut epithelial cell proliferation and differentiation.
Improved metabolism of carbohydrates,calcium and synthesis of vitamins.
Neutralization or pre-digestion or anti-nutritional factors,eg., trypsin inhibitors,phytic acid.
Microbial enzyme production,which is able to compensate for some deficient intestinal enzyme activities of the host.
Elimination or control of intestinal microorganisms producing subclinical or clinical disease.
Stimulation of non-specific and specific immunity at the intestinal level.
Intestinal tract cleaning is the key to good health!
A quote from British Medical Association:
"DISEASE AND DEATH BEGINS IN YOUR COLON"
Cancer,Diabetes,Heart diseases, Hypertension, Arteriosclerosis, Constipation, Diarrhea, Gastric pain, High Cholesterol and Piles patients.
Probiotic Fibre can help you achieve good health and slim down naturally and effectively!
Function of Probiotic Fibre:
Probiotic Fibre first cleanses the intestines and colon effectively in 6-12 hours. It helps to soften the stool and move the bowel.It helps our body to eliminate health-threatening harmful diet that arises from poor diet. Secondary,probiotics helps to maintain healthy intestinal flora which need to be replenish daily.
The danger caused by unhygienic intestines!
Skin blemishes and imperfections
White coated tongue
Susceptibility to illness
High blood cholesterol
The fetor defecation
A stagnate, toxic and congested bowel can directly contribute to or cause a list of ailments including:
Weight Control Problems/Obesity.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
Lack of Flexibility.
Fatigue/Lack Of Energy.
Loss Of Libido/No Sex Life.
Fibrocystic Breast Disease.
Hardening Of the Arteries/Coronary Disease.
High Blood Pressure.
Bags Under Eyes.
Believe it or not, this is only a partial list. There are many many more diseases not listed!
The Danger caused by unhygienic intestines!
Mild health problems
Tired,headache,pain,abdominal pain,rough skin,bad breath ,no appetite,dizzy,sleepiness,weak anti-bodies,flu and cold
More serious health problems
Constipation,skin allergy,indigestion,weak,imbalance of hormones,anemia and fats
Cronical serious health problems
High blood pressure,heart diseases,stomach ulcer,hemorrhoid(piles) and schizophrenia,diabetes,liver and kidney related diseases and Cancer
As the bowel and colon get clogged up and congested with more garbage and waste material, we begin to absorb less of the nutrients from the food that we eat. This creates an extremely vicious cycle.
What happens is our brain relays messages (hunger pangs) to get more nutrients when our body isn't getting the right amount of nutrition. In turn, we then eat more food to satisfy these "signals" or hunger pangs, that food ends up resulting in more toxic waste being created that will clog our bowel and colon down even more!
Some symptoms of a sick and toxic body is:
Frequently sick or ill. Full of aches and pains.
Always hungry. Weak. Has Poor concentration.
Constipated. Prematurely old. Irritable.
Sleepy. Tired. Fatigued. Dizzy. Lifeless.
What Does Your Bowel Movements Telling You About Your Health?
Hard and dry
The amount of time it takes for the food you eat to make its way through the gastro-intestinal system and exit into the toilet will have an impact on the consistency of your stool. “Intestinal transit averages 40 to 45 hours from when you eat to when it comes out,” says Foxx-Orenstein. If it stays in the GI tract for longer than that, fluid is re-absorbed into the body and the stool becomes harder and dryer.
Certain medications like blood pressure drugs, antidepressants and histamines—can slow down the GI tract. Constipation, which has a myriad of causes, will lead to harder, drier stools (since you’re going less often, your stool will stall in the system and the fluid re-absorbed). For some people, a diet high in dairy can be a cause of constipation, so if you are experiencing problems going (and have dry, hard-to-pass stool when you do finally go), it is worth reducing your dairy intake for a week or two to see if that helps. And being dehydrated can also lead to this problem because if the body is lacking in water, it will draw it and conserve it from wherever it can find it.
“An ideal stool looks like a torpedo, it should be large, soft, fluffy and easy to pass,” says Foxx-Orenstein. But when conditions are less than ideal, the stool may become more like little deer pellets. Again, transit time may be part of the issue because slow-moving stool will lose fluid, making them less fluffy and lumpier. A lack of fiber in the diet may also to be to blame. Beware if you’re following a weight-loss plan (such as Atkins) that focuses on increasing protein and decreasing carbohydrates, since that can leave you with a diet that’s low in fiber. And since fiber holds on to fluid, a lack of it will lead to harder, pellet-like poops that may be more difficult to pass.
Your body secretes about eight liters of fluid during the course of a day—from the stomach, salivary glands and pancreas to help your food get broken down and make its way through the digestive system. Under normal, healthy conditions, the majority of that fluid is absorbed along the way, resulting in those sought-after soft, fluffy stools. But if food passes through too quickly, there isn’t enough time for all of that liquid to absorb, and the stool emerges in a too-soft state. The reasons for such super-quick transit could include a sudden increase in fiber in the diet, or a bacterial or viral infection. “When there is an infection, the body produces toxins which cause water to be released,” says Dr. Michael Farber, director of the Executive Health Program at Hackensack University Medical Center. “Things move through very quickly through your system because the body wants to get rid of them.”
Thin may be the preferable state for many things, figures, cell phones, television screens. But when it comes to bowel movements, thin is definitely not a good thing. Specifically, thin stools could be an indicator of colon cancer, or its precursor, polyps in the colon. “Whenever you have mass in the colon that creates blockage, anything that needs to be pushed past that mass will become thinner,” Farber says. “If you are seeing thin stools on a consistent basis, that it something you should have looked at by your doctor.”
Looking pale or gray
Normal stool can come in a range of colors (influenced by what you eat and what medications you take, among other factors). But if your stool has an unhealthy hue, particularly if it’s pale or grayish in tone, you could have problems somewhere along your digestive tract. The liver excretes bile to help break down fats in the food you eat, and that bile also adds color to the stool. But if there’s a blockage in the liver—or in the tubes through which the bile travels—the stool might take on a too-pale appearance. Also, if you are suffering from a pancreatic disorder, the stool might look gray because it will be lacking the color imbued by the digestive enzymes produced in that organ.
Your first instinct upon seeing red-colored stool in the toilet would probably be to panic. But before you speed-dial your doctor, think about what you ate several hours ago. If it was beets or bright red popsicles, that might be the culprit for creating those colored stools. But if it’s obviously a streak of red blood in the stool, in the toilet, or on the toilet paper, then it’s a given that you’re bleeding somewhere inside. There’s still not necessarily any reason to panic. The cause could be something as benign as a hemorrhoid or just a small fissure caused by straining to go. That said, it’s a wise idea to discuss with your doctor if you are straining often since that can lead to painful hemorrhoids. Also, if you’ve never seen blood before it’s definitely worth having your doctor rule out more serious causes, like colon cancer.
If your stool is suddenly black and looks sort of tar-like, the culprit could be lurking in your daily vitamin pill. Iron supplementation (on its own or when it’s included in a multi-vitamin) can have that effect on the stool. But if you haven’t recently started taking extra iron and you see this sort of change, you should make an appointment to see your doctor. “If there is bleeding higher up in the GI tract like the stomach or esophagus. The result can be stool that looks black and tar-like,” says Foxx-Orenstein. “It’s very useful information for the doctor to know if what you’re seeing is black or bright red because that gives a clue to the location of the bleeding.” In either case, she strongly urges anyone who is seeing blood in their stool to get checked out by their doctor.
It floats (and stinks!)
Those ideal torpedo-like poops should sink when they hit they hit the toilet. But when the body isn’t properly absorbing fat from the food you eat, it ends up being excreted in your stool. The result: stool that’s yellowish in color, greasy in consistency, foul smelling, and that floats in the toilet. Certain medical conditions, like celiac disease, can cause these malabsorption problems. And since essential nutrients could also be lost along with the un-absorbed fat, it’s important to see your doctor if you experience this problem. These fatty, smelly stools are also one of the more unpleasant side effects of eating foods that contain Olestra (the faux fat found in some chips and other fried snacks) or of taking the weight loss drug Xenical or its over-the-counter cousin, Alli.
How often is normal? How much is too much? Or not enough? Everyone wonders if they’re spending too much, or too little time on the toilet. Turns out, there is no one right answer. “There is no true ideal for how frequent your bowel movements should be,” Foxx-Orenstein says. “What’s ‘normal’ is going to be different for different people.” Once a day, three times a day, every other day—all of these could very well fall within the definition of normal and healthy bowel movements. But if you experience a change in your normal pattern, then you need to look at what might be causing it. If you’re suddenly going too much, it could be because you’ve recently increased the amount of fiber in your diet. That’s a good thing, but it will take the body a little while to adjust to the change. And if you are suddenly dealing with constipation, look first at what changes you’ve made to your diet. “If you’re not eating enough fiber, not eating breakfast [which helps get things moving in the morning], or just not eating enough food, you may be constipated because your body’s not able to produce enough waste,” says Foxx-Orenstein.
Benefits of our Customers have Experienced from the Colon Cleansing
Felt thinner and full of energy
Greater nutrient absorption
Better and more regular elimination
Stronger immune system to fight illnesses
Reduced cravings for habit-forming foods like sugar, caffeine, junk foods, etc.
Less bloating and flatter stomach
Clearer and more radiant skin
Less body and breath odor
Rejuvenation, reduced aging, and increased vitality!
Greatly reduced or eliminated symptoms of ailments!
Real Weight Loss
Major effects of Probiotic Fibre
Promote movements in the intestinal tract,softens the faeces and prevent constipation,colon and rectal cancer.
Reduce the levels of blood cholesterols and triglycerides and reduce and prevent obesity.
Eliminates body toxins and prevent formation of pimples,brown spots and skin problems.
Discourages the absorption of sugar in the intestinal tract and reduce level of blood sugar.
Promotes the growth of friendly bacteria in digestive system and rise the assimilative function of the body.
Try it! This product will amaze you. If this product doesn`t satisfied you,you can refund the remaining sachets.I am sure you will see good results if you follow my instruction when taking Probiotic Fibre and drink lots of water throughout the day. Try it you have lots of faeces to clear from your colon and kilos and kilos of weight to lose. Probiotic Fibre will even work for serious constipation patients.
65FruitieFibre Probiotics is 100% natural, it does not contain chemicals,artfical colouring or preservatives. It is safe for everyone age 1 to 100.
The ingredients of 65FrutieFibre Probiotics Fibre are psyllium husk,probiotics,fruit and vegetable powder, chlorophyll, crystalline fructose, guar gum, lactose, citric acid and passion fruit flavour. Each sachet of Probiotic Fibre is 10grams.
A box of 65FrutieFibre Probiotics Fibre contains 30 sachets.
For detox purpose 1 sachet may be taken on after dinner, before you sleep.
For serious constipation patient 2 sachets daily, 1 sachet at night after dinner before you sleep, 1 sachet in the morning!
Pour the sachet into at least 200ml of room temperature water or juice,stir thoroughly and consume immediately. More water can be consumed throughout the day for better results.
All consumers are advised to drink lots of water after taking Probiotic Fibre for best results.
Probiotic Fibre does not causes diarrhea and consumer can carry on their daily activities after taking Probiotic Fibre.
For best results combine Probiotic Fibre with kangen water(alkaline water)
Important: when taking Probiotic Fibre,do not use hot or warm water as heat will destroy probiotic which is important for good digestive health.
Maintaining a good colon health means you will have good overall health too.
With our prebiotics and probiotics fibre, it will give you frequent bowel movement which is very important to keep you healthy and prevent you from diabetes, colon cancer and all kinds of critical illness.
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What is Probiotics?