• Ann Shorthouse

Protect your gut during your summer travels

Supplement of the month

Not all bacteria is bad. Microbes are live microorganisms that exist in our bodies and play a role in our general health and wellbeing. While some microbes are bad, the majority are beneficial.

A balanced gut flora influences health in many ways, from helping to extract energy from food and building the body’s immune system to preventing obesity and protecting against infection.

The best method of establishing and replenishing bacterial flora is the use of fermented foods like homemade sauerkraut and yogurt. Each of us ideally would include a small amount of naturally fermented food in our diet each day. But that isn't always convenient or possible, and that's when a probiotic supplement can provide essential support.

Stress, changes in the diet, contaminated food, chlorinated water, and numerous other factors can also alter the bacterial flora in the intestinal tract. So to play it safe, I recommend taking a probiotic supplement every day—even on the days you are able to eat fermented foods.

Forever Active Probiotic which comes up for many clients through muscle testing, is a supplement which comes in the form of small, easy to swallow beadlets. The company uses an exclusive, encapsulation technology which we have patented. This protects the probiotic and helps to release a combination of 6 important probiotics.

Designed to promote a healthy digestive system, the beadlets give the following benefits:

* Assists in the process of food digestion by releasing necessary enzymes

* Improves absorption of nutrients in the body

* Enhances our body’s immune function

If you would like to try some for a month for £24 (including a money back guarantee), please get in touch. Otherwise, if you're coming to see me for a treatment soon, let's test which strands of bacteria are most important for you right now.

Call 07970 327028


Together we can bring your gut flora into balance so your digestion can function at its best protecting your health.

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