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Microbes are micro-organisms that live in our bodies and play a role in our general health and well-being.

While some microbes are detrimental, the majority are beneficial.  These ‘good bacteria’ are called ‘probiotic’ meaning ‘for life’ in Greek.

Our bodies are full of micro-organisms — in and on the skin, in the gut, and in other orifices. Friendly bacteria are vital to proper development of the immune system, to protection against micro-organisms that could cause disease, and to the digestion and absorption of food and nutrients. Each person’s mix of bacteria varies. Interactions between a person and the micro-organisms in his body, and among the micro-organisms themselves, can be crucial to the person’s health and well-being – a very difficult and delicate balancing act.

Unfriendly micro-organisms such as disease-causing bacteria, yeasts, fungi, and parasites can also upset the balance. Researchers are exploring whether probiotics could halt these unfriendly agents in the first place and/or suppress their growth and activity in conditions like:

  • Inflammatory bowel disease like ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s diesase
  • Irritable bowel syndrome
  • Ulcers and some types of chronic stomach inflammation
  • Vaginal infections
  • Infectious diarrhoea
  • Tooth decay
  • Stomach and respiratory infections
  • Skin infections

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Designed to promote a healthy digestive system, Forever Active Probiotic is a small, easy to swallow beadlet that helps redress imbalances created by our food and lifestyle choices.  It works primarily in the colon where it assists with the process of food digestion, helping to release nutrients for absorption and contributes positively to normal human growth and development by encouraging and maintaining a balanced healthy system.

As probiotics themselves are quite fragile, Forever Active Probiotic uses an exclusive patented encapsulation technology that protects the probiotics then releases a unique combination of six beneficial strains of microbes once the beadlet has reached its optimum destination – the large intestine.

Teamed with Aloe Vera Gel drink, which cleans the gut and aids absorption amoungst other benefits, probiotics can be most efficient.  

Nutritionist Dorne Parker says “Probiotics can also help with fatigue, sleep problems, skin conditions, joints and muscles, allergies and general immune dysfunction”

Dr Peter Atherton, a GP and aloe research expert says “Probiotics are considered to be both safe and effective for preventing and treating antibiotic-associated diarrhoea and infectious diarrhoea.  They probably work by direct competition between pathogenic bacteria in the gut and immune modulation”

In summary,

  • Probiotics promote a healthy digestive system
  • Probiotics enhance nutrient absorption and immune function
  • Forever Active Probiotic is a high quality, easy to use probiotic that doesn’t need to be refrigerated and contains six beneficial strains of microbes.

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