Nexabiotic for a Happy Gut

Probiotics are live bacteria, dubbed as “good bacteria”, and yeasts that pack an incredible digestive health and immune boosting punch!

Our gut is full of bacteria, good and bad, and when there is an imbalance of the two a number of negative symptoms and conditions can result. Approximately 70-80% of our immune tissue is located in our gut, so keeping a happy gut is crucial.

Stress, age, and antibiotics are common culprits for the reduction of the good bacteria in our belly. In a world with more processed, sterilized food products loaded with antibiotics and people constantly on-the-go we are slowly driving or health to the ground.

The word “probiotic” is a compound of two Greek words: “pro,” to signify promotion of and “biotic,” which means life. Their very definition is something that affirms life and health.

Probiotics can be naturally found in the following foods:

  • Yogurt
  • Sauerkraut
  • Miso Soup
  • Kombucha
  • Kefir
  • Tempeh
  • Kimchi
  • Pickles
  • Natto
  • Traditional, uncultured buttermilk
  • Sourdough bread
  • Some soft cheeses, such as Gouda and mozzarella

Probiotics can also be taken as a supplement in pill form for a greater boost.

Nexabiotic Products

Next generation Nexabiotic probiotics by Dr. Formulas provide a great range of flavorless, acid resistant vegetarian capsules for adults, children, and infants.

 

Nexabiotic for adults

The adult Nexabiotic (for ages 12 and up) provides 23 probiotic strains with just 2 capsules a day. I have been taking them on an empty stomach as directed and have not experienced any side effects. In fact, I have continued with bowel regularity and feel less bloated.

Some advantages of probiotics for adults:

  • Digestive Health: Studies have shown that probiotics can help treat antibiotic-associated bacteria. Research has also shown probiotics can be helpful for people with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), inflammatory bowl disease (IBD), and infectious diarrhea (caused by virus, bacteria, or parasites). Although evidence is inconclusive, many have claimed probiotics can help with Crohn’s disease.
  • Urinary and Vaginal Health: Probiotics aid in maintaining a balance of vaginal microflora which aids in reducing the risk of yeast infections, urinary tract infections, and bacterial vaginosis.
  • Weight Loss: Some preliminary studies have shown that probiotics can aid post weight loss surgery recipients maintain weight loss. Another study found that post partum women were able to trim their waist line with the help of probiotics.

Nexabiotic Kids

The kids Nexabiotic provides 9 probiotic strains in two small capsules that can be easily swallowed by children with adult supervision.

Advantages of probiotics for children (including advantages for adults):

  • Preventing allergies and colds: A small study of students demonstrated that probiotics helped to increase immune response.
  • Skin Health: Some research has found that probiotics can aid in relieving skin conditions like eczema and acne.

Nexabiotic for Infants & Toddlers

The Nexabiotic for infants and toddlers provides 7 probiotic strains in two easy to empty capsules that mix easily in food and water and are flavorless.

Advantages of probiotics for infants and toddlers (including all the advantages listed above):

  • Some studies have found that probiotics during the first 3 months of life can reduce episodes of colic, acid reflux, and constipation. In fact, many European physicians often prescribe probiotics to treat colic.

Nexabiotic products can be easily purchased via Amazon and can possibly change your life forever.

Important Tips:

  • There are certain conditions where probiotics may be contraindicated so always consult a physician prior to taking any supplements no matter how seemingly advantageous.
  • Prebiotics are just as important as probiotics. Prebiotics feed the probiotics to make them more effective and natural food sources of prebiotics include the following, mostly in their raw form: bananas, onions, garlic, leeks, asparagus, chicory root, Jerusalem artichokes, dandelion greens, and wheat bran.

Do you have a happy gut? Try probiotics and make your belly smile🙂

Much Love,

Nena


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8 Comments on Nexabiotic for a Happy Gut

  1. Pro biotics are awesome! I used to regularly take them, but they’re so dang expensive…. now I (hopefully) get what I need for yogurt. I never thought about the whole pre-biotic thing though, definitely cause to eat more greens and bananas.

    • I especially like that they have doses that are age specific and they are vegetarian:) If you try them, hope you like them as well!

  2. Hi Nena – I believe that probiotics are currently undergoing some criticism by members of the medical profession. Sadly, it is a huge money making business with minimal, if any, regulatory controls. The issue (as I understand it) is based on the understanding that a healthy body will generally create what it needs. If you ingest something that the body can create, then it will simply stop creating it… which is undesirable because as we age, the process may not reverse very well. i.e. there could be problems if you stopped taking them. Clearly, any deficiency or imbalance in our body’s needs should be addressed. The problem is with people who not know whether they have a problem, but will consume probiotics just because they are told that is healthy.

    Note: I am not a doctor, and have no medical qualifications to support the above comments.

    As with anything that we put into our body, common sense, research and caution are our best friends!

    • Absolutely, adequate research is key which is why I provided the advantages that have been found for certain situations based on some of the research that is out there. Unfortunately, there is criticism about many things in the healthcare field because what is good for the masses is not necessarily good for all. There are cases where probiotics are not needed and/or cause more harm than good so consulting a doctor before taking them is essential. There have been many advantages in my experience and via studies that have been found with probiotics, but you’re right, I do not advise people to take anything “just because”;) Always appreciate your comments! We all take away some valuable info from it.

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