Trust Your Gut

2009-09-10
Trust Your Gut

Even a minor gastrointestinal problem can be crippling to your lifestyle. Your stomach never seems to be happy with you. It nags and gurgles incessantly and becomes bloated and painful at all the inopportune times. Stress, not eating properly, not getting enough sleep and traveling can all exacerbate digestive problems and can compromise your immune system. So what’s a busy person who wants to experience better digestive health to do? One thing is for certain, if you can’t stomach it anymore, there is help available.

Even a minor gastrointestinal problem can be crippling to your lifestyle.

Aside from staying away from stomach irritating foods or foods that are known allergens for you, making an effort to get a hold of more probiotics in your diet may be just the ticket to improved digestive health. Yogurt is of course at the forefront when one thinks of a probiotic enriched food, and it, coupled with other dairy products are the most popular food sources of probiotics in the U.S.

However, in some instances, it may be hard to depend on the availability of these products and yogurt needs to be refrigerated, which can make toting it around in a briefcase or purse difficult at best. But if you carry some compact friends with you, then you have the convenience of key ingredients like Bifidobacterium longum ME, Lactobacillus rhamnosus ME, and Lactobacillus acidophilus ME at your fingertips, all without refrigeration. These ingredients may sound like villains from a science fiction movie, but they are actually the digestive good guys, riding in on the proverbial white horse, waiting to take down those evil and harmful micro-organisms, who threaten to ruin your otherwise lovely vacation or work day by disturbing digestive health.

Turns out, supportive “friends” are easy to find after all.

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