How ThreeLac improves your digestive system
Probiotics are live bacteria and yeasts, many of which are naturally occurring in the digestive tract. These bacteria, or intestinal flora, impact your health in many ways, from providing protection from disease-causing bacteria, supporting and maintaining your immune system to assisting in the extraction of energy from the food you eat.
Probiotics serve an important function by allowing beneficial microorganisms to enter the digestive system in order to keep it well-balanced and in good working order. By working to lower the number of harmful bacteria found in your digestive system, probiotics help to maintain the balance between beneficial and harmful bacteria, and therefore, prevent digestive issues and illness.
This balance can be upset for a number of reasons, but especially as a result of taking antibiotics. The purpose of antibiotics is to kill bacteria that cause infections. However, they can’t distinguish the beneficial bacteria from the harmful bacteria, creating an upset in the bacterial balance of your gut. Other factors such as stress, alcohol, poor diet, and illness can also impact the bacterial balance in your digestive tract.
Symptoms of flora imbalance
Some of the common symptoms of an imbalance of your intestinal flora include:
- heartburn and indigestion
- bloating and gas
- constipation or diarrhea
- intestinal pain
When the balance between the “good” and “bad” bacteria is upset, damage can be done to the your GI tract, resulting in “leaky gut” syndrome. Also known as intestinal permeability, leaky gut results when the lining of your digestive tract becomes compromised, thereby allowing bacteria, viruses, toxic waste products, and undigested food to pass into your bloodstream.
Your immune system reacts to these foreign substances which can lead to a wide variety of issues including allergies, fatigue, irritability, and headaches, to name a few.
No matter how you spell it, it can help
There are many things that you can do to help restore balance to your intestinal flora. Eating a diet that works to heal the inflammation in your digestive tract and to repair the lining of your gut can be very beneficial. Eliminating alcohol, caffeine, dairy, gluten and other inflammatory agents and replacing them with green, leafy vegetables, fermented and high-fiber foods, can help encourage the growth beneficial bacteria.
Adding a probiotic supplement can really help to heal the damage to your intestinal lining and restore the balance in your intestinal flora. ThreeLac, a probiotic offered by Global Health Trax, provides beneficial microflora that have been specially selected to replenish the beneficial flora in your intestinal tract and to help support and maintain its overall health.
ThreeLac provides you with three very important microorganisms that you may be lacking -”three lack” - that help to prevent a bacterial imbalance before it has a chance to occur. Using ThreeLac may be a safe, “natural” approach to maintaining a barrier against infections caused by harmful microorganisms.
No matter how you spell it -- 3 Lacs, 3 Lack, or threeLac,-- this powerful combination of microflora can really help restore your digestive system back to good health.