In formulating this product, we utilized the highest quality reseeding probiotics and added cutting-edge spore probiotics to help recondition your gut and create a perfectly balanced gut biome.
We’ve recently enhanced our probiotic with PerfectAmino as much of the beneficial bacteria living in your colon (and necessary for the production of neurotransmitters) consume essential amino acids as their food source. By adding these into the digestive resistant capsule with the probiotics we ensure this important “food” makes it all the way to these bacteria to give you the very best results from the product.
Our probiotics are resistant to both acid and bile, as they come in a revolutionary delayed-release capsule for an extra layer of protection to ensure they make it into your intestines where they’re needed.
When most people think of probiotics, they think of bacteria capsules that aid in digestion and bowel movements. However, that is actually a tiny portion of what they do.
Most people don’t know this, but your gut is home to 80% of your immune system. In fact, your body’s overall health is directly determined by the health of your gut and the type of bacteria living there. Neglecting it can lead to many health situations down the road, each much more uncomfortable than mere indigestion.
You see, your gut exists to eliminate toxins. It’s the primary detox pathway of your body. And good bacteria (probiotics) are what help make this possible. But, if you’re lacking these good bacteria and have an overabundance of bad (disease-causing) bacteria, your gut cannot eliminate the toxins in it. This is a big problem for your gut. The toxins have to go somewhere.
And they do — your body reabsorbs them.
This condition is called auto-intoxication. These toxins then build up in your liver, your lymphatic system, and your skin. They’re actually poisoning you.
The best solution to solve this is a high-quality probiotic that contains a variety of live probiotics and soil-based organisms (spore biotics) to help you recondition your gut and support the growth of new, good bacteria.
Unfortunately, there aren’t very many out there. That’s why I developed the new Perfect Immune Defense Probiotic. With 40 billion live cultures, 11 different strains of bacteria, including two that are spore-based, all in a digestive-resistant capsule to ensure it makes it to your lower GI tract without getting destroyed by stomach acid. This new probiotic truly is everything your gut needs to build and maintain optimal health.
The health of your body is directly affected by the health of your gut. If you’re not taking a really good probiotic, you need to start. I highly recommend you get Perfect Immune Defense Probiotics, take them every day, and set yourself on the road to a healthier gut and a healthier life.
One hundred years ago, we lived off the land. We didn’t have GMOs or pesticides, and no one looked for “organic” food because what else was there?
We didn’t have petrochemicals entering our bodies through the air that we breathed or the water we drank, and especially not through the food we ate. And there were no processed foods, deficient in nutrients and live enzymes, and stuffed with sugars.
But today, despite our best efforts, we do. And these things affect the bacteria in our gut, the primary detox pathway of our body. In fact, they actually determine the type of bacteria living there.
Today, if you’re not regularly consuming fermented vegetables or taking a high-quality, multi-strain probiotic containing not only “regular” probiotics but also spore biotics for gut reconditioning, you’re putting your health at risk. Remember, your body’s health starts in the gut.
The health of your gut, and the type of bacteria in it, directly affects your overall health. And what you eat, combined with the toxins in your environment, determine the type of bacteria living in your gut – whether it’s good or bad bacteria.
This is very important.
Now, one of the keys to improving the beneficial bacteria in your gut is carefully choosing what you eat.
If you eat high amounts of sugar and processed foods, you’re going to help the disease-causing bacteria increase by feeding them the nutrients they need to survive.
If you eat healthy, organic foods and vegetables, you’ll cause the beneficial bacteria to grow and populate. It won’t solve the problem, but it will definitely help.
You can also eat fermented vegetables or yogurts if you make them at home from a good, live culture. But not store-bought yogurt, as there are almost no living bacteria after the yogurt is pasteurized (as in commercial yogurts).
But Do I Need Probiotics?
Well, do you regularly consume processed or sugary foods?
Have you used medications, anti-inflammatories, antibiotics, acid-blocking drugs, or steroids?
Have you been exposed to toxins or heavy metals through air pollution, water, or the food you eat?
All of these things have an effect on the bacteria in your gut. In fact, they determine what kind of bacteria you have in your gut. And the kind of bacteria you have living in your gut can determine your overall health.
How important are these bacteria? You were first exposed to probiotics the day you were born.
On the way through the birth canal, a baby receives bacteria from their mother. This is actually the event that starts bacterial colonization in the infant’s own intestinal tract. This is good bacteria – bacteria that helps build your immune system and cleanse your body of toxins.
In fact, this is so important that new research now shows that many infants born through cesarean sections have reduced health after birth, likely because they were not exposed to their mother’s bacteria in the birth canal.
Then, as we grow up, we’re faced with many threats to these beneficial bacteria, from processed foods and sugars to chlorinated water and environmental toxins.
This is why probiotics have become so necessary and have such a powerful effect on your gut health and overall health.
The health of your body is directly affected by the health of your gut. If you’re not taking a really good probiotic, you need to start. I highly recommend you get Perfect Immune Defense Probiotics, take it every day, and set yourself on the road to a healthier gut and a healthier life.
Spore Biotics: The Cutting Edge of Microbiome Health
Your microbiome is the collection of trillions of bacteria cells living together in your gut.
Many probiotic formulas available have only one type of beneficial bacteria. But there are actually two — and both are needed for a healthy gut!
You have reseeding probiotics, or “regular” probiotics, and you also have probiotic spores, or soil-based organisms (SBOs).
Spore Probiotics are a new, cutting edge integration into probiotics. These are not the probiotics you’re used to that help break down your food. These are soil-based organisms that actually recondition your gut, helping to rid you of the disease-causing bacteria while providing needed nutrients for the good bacteria to help them grow and thrive.
You need to think of your microbiome as a garden.
The spores are the gardeners. And as any good gardener does, they pull weeds. These tiny bacterial spores detoxify your gut and replenish its energy and nutrient content, providing a healthy foundation and growth medium for your gut.
But you still need seeds.
Reseeding probiotics then provide the new seeds to replace the good “plants” in your garden that wither due to a lack of proper nutrients, or assaults from harsh chemicals and herbicide residues such as glyphosate, fluoridated and chlorinated water, stress, medications, processed foods, and refined sugars, EMFs, and pollution.
Our ancestors’ diets included these bacteria spores, but today people avoid touching dirt and thoroughly scrub their vegetables to remove all traces of soil along with their naturally occurring organisms.
Perfect Immune Defense Probiotic contains three soil-based spore probiotics to help improve the condition of your microbiome and gut integrity.
Because your gut needs both kinds of probiotics, many people will benefit from taking this probiotic, especially if you have a compromised gut, have taken an antibiotic, or had a hospital stay within the last two years.
Your intestines are home to over 1,000 different bacteria species, and each strain performs its own unique functions within the body. An effective probiotic supplement must contain a variety of strains, not just one or two.
Here are the 11 specific beneficial bacteria strains in Perfect Immune Defense Probiotics:
DE111(r) Bacillus subtilis
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Unfortunately, many probiotic formulas are a waste of time and money, especially considering that many of them will never even make it into your small intestine, where they do their best work.
To determine if you have a high-quality probiotic, you have to ask several different questions:
Is it viable?
Will it survive through the harsh acids of the stomach and make it into the lower intestine?
Does it remain stable for a long time without refrigeration?
Does it thrive in the intestine?
Is it in a high enough quantity of CFUs (Colony Forming Units — should be at least 20-30 billion) to ensure full colonization of the gut?
Unfortunately, many manufacturers make claims that their probiotic product supports digestive health when it most likely doesn’t, which is why it’s very important to know what criteria to look for.
Perfect Immune Defense Probiotic has 40 billion live cultures and 11 different strains, including two that are spore-based to ensure optimum reconditioning of your gut and reseeding with beneficial bacteria.
Our Perfect Immune Defense Probiotic is also resistant to both acid and bile and comes in a revolutionary delayed-release capsule for an extra layer of protection to ensure they get where they’re needed, giving you the digestion and immune system protection you need for a healthy gut and a healthy life.
The bacteria in Perfect Immune Defense Probiotic have been found to have the following qualities:
- Adapts well to the human body
- Is acid and bile-resistant for intestinal survival
- Helps promote your digestive health
- Aids in supporting your immune system
- Contributes to the colonization of your intestinal flora
- Produces significant quantities of lactase to potentially aid in lactose intolerance challenge
With regular use, this probiotic offers the following potential benefits:
- Colonizes the intestinal tract in high numbers
- Provides long-lasting colonization
- Helps support your digestive health
- Survives the harsh acidic environment of the stomach
- Survives the high alkalinity and presence of bile acids of the small intestine
- Produces a substance that helps balance gut bacteria
- Helps protect against disease-causing bacteria by forming a shield within the intestinal lining
- Supports cellular health by stimulating the production of immune messengers
- Supports cholesterol levels already within a healthy, normal range
- Supports colon health through its control over bile acids
- Supports gut health and helps promote normal stools
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