Do you have the guts....
to be healthy?
is a friendly bacteria called acidophilus in powder form that
must be refrigerated (70F or colder) to preserve its potency.
It is implanted and works in the small intestine. Its function
is to control the buildup of unfriendly bacteria that grow
in the small intestine. These unfriendly bacteria, if left
unchecked, could create such problems as gas, constipation,
a weakened immune system, and prevent proper digestion and
absorption of food. Maxidophilus and Maxibifidus should be
taken alternately. Maxibifidus one day, Maxidophilus the next
day. It should be taken in the morning on an empty stomach,
following first cup of ginseng tea.
benefits of Maxidophilus.
to eliminate gas and bloating.
or eliminates bad breath.
ring alarm bells. New "Superresistant" bacterium
World Health Organization estimates that around 17 million
people die every year due to infectious diseases. That huge
number may not shrink any time soon, not with the emergence
of a growing number of antibiotica resistant bacteria.
more, the numbers of deaths are growing not only in poor countries
but in rich nations as well. Researchers in Great Britain,
writing in the journal "New Scientist" report that
they discovered a new "superresistant" bacterium
called "pseudomons aeruginosa."
those with weakened immune systems are in danger of incurable
infections with the new bacterium. The discovery comes at
a time when the British House of Lords is preparing a measure
to outlaw the widespread use of antibiotica in the commercial
raising of animals. Experts have long claimed that such practices
are in part responsible for emergence of resistant bacteria.
are calling for large sums of money to be spent on the development
of new antibiotica that can effectively deal with these new
bacterial troublemakers. However, it was also noted that a
large number of infections take place in hospitals and that
about 50 percent of them are avoidable through better hygiene
and a more controlled use of antibiotica. Parents are advised
as well that in the care of children who have come down with
the cold or other infectious diseases, it is not always advisable
to ask for antibiotica, since viruses do not respond to them.
Physicians are urged not give in to parents requesting antibiotica
when it is clear that a virus is to be blamed for a sickness.
S. Over last 20 years of life, Mrs. Hsu can only recall a
handful of colds. She is a living testimony to the fact that
intestinal fortitude, meaning good colon health, is vitally
important for a well functioning immune system. The "good"
bacterial cultures in your colon need to be healthy and well
balanced in order to prevent harmful bacteria doing their
of high-quality bacterial supplements, proper eating habits,
and overall avoidance of caffeine, alcohol and drugs all contribute
to better intestinal health. In addition, as a growing body
of research has proven,, a healthy mind directly contributes
towards a better functioning immune system. These and other
measures can go a long way in protecting you from the ravishes
of infectious diseases.
What do "Friendly" Bacteria do?
Is yogurt good for me? Not at all. Yogurt is cultured with
L.bulgaricus and L.thermophilus. Neither of these bacteria
is capable of implanting and growing in the intestines. Their
chief function is to enhance the taste of cultured diary products.
In addition, the processing of the yogurt leaves all healthy
bacteria in a severely weakened state.