When you are battling genetically bad cholesterol levels, and trying to stay away from hidden GMO’s of today’s processed food, you need all the help you can get when it comes to lowering your bad cholesterol. You certainly need to do what you can to protect yourself from bad gut bacteria and belly bugs!
Recent studies have shown that a combination of good probiotics, could significantly lower triglycerides in Men and Women with moderately high levels.
Taking the Probiotic Powder (Korea Yakult), which has Lactobacillus curvatus and Lactobacillus plantarum, daily for 3 months had about an 18% reduction in triglyceride levels, than those given a placebo .
Now I am not saying this Korea Yakult is going to work with the same results for everyone, However to me any good quality probiotic is beneficial for your digestive system and overall good health. Remember probiotics work byre-colonizing the small intestine and crowding out disease causing bacteria, helping to restore balance in your gut and help keep belly bugs at bay.
I have my own favorite probiotic, and you are welcome to scour the net researching yours, and even the Korea Yakult powder, but my Daily Probiotic is Prox-10
According to a recent story by Fox News and Dr. Jennifer Landa , Various research has been introduced showing probiotics’ effect on inflammation, including a 2008 study published in the World Journal Gastroenterol.
Probiotics Help Reduce Inflammation?
As reported by Reproductive Biomedicine Online, probiotics specifically containing lactobacilli can treat abnormal vaginal bacteria, which has been associated with miscarriages. According to the Cleveland Clinic, good sources of probiotics include fermented and soy drinks, buttermilk, some soft cheeses, kim chi, sauerkraut and various types of pickles. Ask your physician about lactobacilli probiotics and how they may be useful to you. Read the story here…
Inflammation is America’s #1 enemy that always seems to have a partner called heart disease. There are some natural herbs, spices, and supplements available to help ease the inflammation. My best advice is to eat Organic when possible, and don’t eat any food from a bag, box, or fast food.