What is a Probiotic?
A probiotic is a “live microorganism that when administered in adequate amounts confer health benefits.”
Probiotic bacteria are necessary for normal gut function and help maintain a healthy digestive system. Friendly bacteria occur naturally in the digestive tract. Probiotic supplements replenish the good bacteria back into the gut.
Vitamin A plays a vital role for the structure and integrity of epithelial cells that comprise the skin, mucosal membranes, respiratory and reproduction passages, along with the lining of the intestine. This emulsified form is extremely well absorbed.
Bromelain may help to reduce inflammation and may inhibit the ability of detrimental bacteria (such as Candida Albicans) to adhere to the lining of the small intestine.
Propolis is a complex food, and over 180 natural compounds have been identified including vitamins, minerals, fatty acids and amino acids. Propolis is one of nature”s richest sources of bioflavonoids and this is one of the reasons that it is considered to be an excellent and natural antioxidant.
Biotics Research C/Cal/Mag Powder Supplied in a powdered form, each serving supplies vitamin C with calcium and magnesium.
Essential polyunsaturated Fatty acids that play a structural role in cell membranes EFAs are necessary for the normal function of the immune system.
Provides high potency DHA-EPA (omega 3) fatty acids that help maintain a healthy heart and circulation and supple and flexible joints. This supplement is mercury free.
It is one of the most effective natural agents for supporting a healthy barrier quality in the gut
Karoshil is a food state supplement providing nutrients that play a role in normal neurological and cardiac function and helps reduce the various stresses and strains involved in modern living.
Krill are the most bioeffective natural sources of beneficial Omega 3 fatty acids EPA/ DHA; Astaxanthin, a powerful antioxidant and Choline, an essential neurotransmitter.
B Complex Plus
This Food State formula also contains the mineral Magnesium; may promote healthy skin, hair, brain and nerve function and may help maintain normal nerve function.
Vitamin C + Bio
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) assists the body in the production of collagen, a basic component of connective tissues. Collagen is a structural element in blood vessel walls, gums, and bones.
Most Vitamin D supplements are in fact inactive, both D3 and D2 precursors are hydroxylated in the liver and kidneys to form 25- hydroxyvitamin D (25(OH)D), the non-active ‘storage’ form.