Tag Archives: Bacteria

#1 Advanced Probiotics Happy Bacteria Supplement Blend of the 7 Best Strains. Builds Healthy Digestion & Maintains Strong Immune System Non GMO Vegan Friendly Lactobacillus and Acidophilus Capsules

MAINTAIN A STRONG DIGESTIVE SYSTEM WITH ADVANCED PROBIOTICS Billions of bacterial cells, most of them harmless and some even useful, often called good bacteria reside in our digestive tract, mainly in our colon or large intestine. These helpful bacteria perform various crucial functions in our bodies that aid in digesting food and protecting us from… Read More »

Womens Probiotic 60ct, 6 Billion CFU with Cranberry, D-Mannose, Vitamin D3. Best Probiotics for Women, Delivers 15X More Good Bacteria. Yeast & Urinary Tract Infection UTI Treatment. 30 Day Supply

WE FEEL YOUR PAIN! WHY REPLENISH THE GOOD WAS CREATED. Our Co-Founder has dealt with digestive issues throughout adult life- IBD, Ulcerative Colitis & Celiac disease. Due to infections, he was on continual antibiotics for over 5 years, which led to massive depletion of his gut flora. He began doing research into the benefits of… Read More »

BIOHM Whole Probiotics Digestive Supplement: Probiotic Formula with Bacteria, Fungus, and Enzymes to Aid Digestion for Men & Women – Best for Healthy Intestine & GI Enhancement: Dairy free 42 Capsules

BIOHM Whole Probiotics is the next generation of probiotics that manage your complete microbiome. Rather than simply adding bacteria to your system, BIOHM fights harmful digestive plaque to create a balanced environment where healthy probiotic bacteria and fungi can flourish. THE WORLD’S FIRST WHOLE PROBIOTIC: After over 20 years of research supported by the National… Read More »

A Growing Health Threat – Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria ESBL

The antibiotic-resistant bacteria Extended Spectrum Beta Lactamase (ESBL) is killing people. Extended-Spectrum Beta-Lactamases (ESBLs) are actually enzymes produced by certain types of bacteria. The enzymes act as an immunological defense that makes the bacteria resistant to the very antibiotics commonly used to treat them. ESBL is joining the widely-spread MRSA and other resistant bacteria in… Read More »