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Probiotics for Immunity.

Winter is still in full swing, and the variable weather is a nightmare for anyone on the move.  Now is time to look after your immune system.

Many of us know that probiotics, the body’s ‘good bacteria’, are valuable for digestive health.  But current research shows that taking probiotics can hugely benefit your immune system.

As 70% of the body’s immunity is managed in the intestines, it is important to achieve a good balance between good (probiotic) and bad (pathogenic) bacteria.  Probiotics create a ‘barrier effect’ in the gut which defends against harmful pathogens; and improve immune cell messaging and response, thereby boosting the body’s immune system.

An imbalance of good and bad bacteria is a problem affecting many of us, as factors such a stress, ageing, diet and antibiotics easily offset this delicate balance.  Resulting conditions include digestive irregularities, eczema, acne, low energy levels and poor immunity.

It is for this reason that probiotics have become so popular.

So what do we suggest?

For adults

OptiBac Probiotics For daily immunity is a unique blend of super antioxidants combined with probiotics.  Vitamin C, Grape Seed, Green Tea and Pine Bark Extract are all natural & organic ingredients which help the body to avoid and/or target colds and flus.  The probiotics improve digestion, and especially help the body to absorb the antioxidants into the bloodstream.

The result: Fewer cough and colds, and quicker recovery if you are unwell.

For children (from 6 months to 12 years)

OptiBac Probiotics For your child’s health contains the most beneficial probiotic strains for infants and children; plus added prebiotics, the food source for probiotics.

For your child’s health has been clinically trialled and found to decrease the risk of common childhood infections by 25%.  The study was conducted on children who had suffered recurring digestive and immune infections during the previous winter.  Three month daily supplementation with For your child’s health was found to significantly reduce the risk of infections, and cut down on days missed from school.

Look after your gut, look after your immunity. Easy!

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