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Good Bacteria vs Bad Bacteria

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

According to The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Disease, over 60 Million Americans are affected by digestive diseases.

The tens of billions of bacteria that makeup our microflora is comprised of both “good” and “bad” bacteria.

Good bacteria” help us: 

  • digest food 
  • regulate hormones 
  • excrete toxins 
  • increase our immune systems defenses 
  • facilitate B vitamin production 

  • all while protecting protects us form bad bacteria.

Bad bacteria” if not kept in balance can, contribute to a range of poor health conditions that include: 

- Gas and Bloating 
- Inflammatory Bowel disease
- constipation 
- vitamin deficiencies 
- arthritis 
- even increased stress levels 

Bad bacteria can enter our bodies from contaminated food and water as well as exposure to environmental toxins.

Overuse of antibiotics, antibacterial soaps/hand sanitizers, excess sugar, stress and lack of sleep can cause an imbalance of bacteria in our bodies.

Maintaining a healthy balance of 85% good bacteria and 15% bad bacteria in our intestines is ideal for optimal gut health.

This ratio between good and bad bacteria allow the microbes to live in a symbiotic balance that causes the bad bacteria to serve and feed the good bacteria.

Our unique formulation process utilizes multiple strains of good bacteria, high-quality dietary fiber aka (Pre-Biotics), and positive yeast. 

Boomer Premium Probiotics are a therapeutic powerhouse with the power bolster your immune system and balance your micro-flora, to let your body hum with efficiency and energy.

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