How to Supplement Your Probiotics

This video explains the different types of probiotic supplements. It tells you which probiotic supplements are better. How to store probiotic supplements, and how to keep them viable at home. This means not waking up the probiotics from their freeze-dried slumber. Probiotic supplements are freeze dried in order to place the probiotics in suspended animation. Therefore, some delivery systems for probiotic supplements will be better than others. This video explains the differences between capsules, tablets, beads, powder, lozenges, gum and chewable probiotics. It explains which of these delivery systems will deliver the most probiotic bacteria into the intestines and survive the stomach acid. It also explains how to use oral probiotics supplements, and which delivery systems are better for these types of supplements. It also explains why supplemented probiotics can help build our resident strains of intestinal bacteria, contrary to what some believe. Probiotic supplements will label their products as “CFUs” which means “colony forming units.” This video explains what a CFU (colony forming unit) is, how the CFU is different from the term “viable cells”, and how many CFUs will be a therapeutic dose according to scientific research. For scientific references, and to learn more about this topic:

Case Adams, PhD

Case Adams has a Ph.D. in Natural Health Sciences, is a California Naturopath and is Board Certified as an Alternative Medicine Practitioner, with clinical experience and diplomas in Aromatherapy, Bach Flower Remedies, Blood Chemistry, Clinical Nutritional Counseling, Homeopathy and Colon Hydrotherapy. He has authored 27 books and numerous articles on print and online magazines. Contact: [email protected]

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