From the day you were born, bacteria began colonizing in your gut, and over 100 trillion microorganisms live in your body. This friendly bacterium is essential to the health of your gut and intestines, playing a huge role in proper digestion, the strength of your immune system, and your metabolic health.
A big problem arises when your gut flora becomes unbalanced and unhealthy bacterium overpopulates. This is a common occurrence among adults due to a variety of factors: a diet lacking diversity and key micronutrients, stress, toxins in our environment, the use of antibiotics/some medications, and the consumption of processed foods/alcohol. Even genetics and natural aging will contribute.
An overabundance of bad gut bacteria can lead to a variety of issues: a weakened immune system, inflammation, insulin resistance, and hormonal imbalances affecting mood, appetite, and complexion. It is likely your gut flora is imbalanced if you experience: chronic digestive issues like bloating, diarrhea and gas, depression or anxiety, sugar cravings, food sensitivities, and noticeable skin problems like eczema. If nutrition and lifestyle habits remain unchanged long-term, an unhealthy gut can lead to diabetes, obesity, and autoimmune disorders.
The most effective way to correct this disruption of your gut flora and restore health bacteria is by supplementing with 1st Phorm’s Probiotic. It contains a blend of 8 Billion shelf-stable CFUs of live, healthy bacteria cultures, predominantly the strain Lactobacillus acidophilus, which is one of the most common “healthy” gut bacterium found in your gut.
The first line of defense against an unhealthy gut is improving your nutrition and lifestyle habits, but despite making these changes, there are still factors beyond your control that impact the health of your gut, so supplementing your diet with 1st Phorm’s Probiotic will promote the healthiest environment within your gut and intestines!*
**These statements have not been evaluated by The Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.