Saturday, July 23, 2011

Good Intestinal Bacteria is real Important?

Why Are Intestinal Bacteria Important?
There are at least 10 times more bacteria in the human gut than there are individual cells that make up the human body. That’s more than 1014 bacteria comprising over 500 different species. Certain species, mainly belonging to the genera Bifidobacterium or Lactobacillus, are beneficial, or “friendly,” bacteria, because they promote gastrointestinal health. With over 70% of immune cells located in the digestive tract, a healthy gut can also help maintain a healthy immune system. Unfortunately, a number of factors can result in an imbalance of beneficial bacteria such as stress, aging and consumption of an unhealthy diet that is low in fiber and high in fat. Daily supplementation with GI-ProBalance slimsticks can help normalize the delicate balance of intestinal bacteria required to keep your digestive tract healthy, which in turn can help keep your whole body healthy. For much more information go to
Another great article at on gut health.

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