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Strains Matter. Jarro-Dophilus Women Probiotics May Be For You

Strains Matter. Jarro-Dophilus Women Probiotics May Be For You

I recently had a great opportunity form MomsMeet to try a new (or new to me) Probiotic. I know a little about the helpful bacteria now that I have tried out a few brand throughout the year. This time, the brand is Jarro-Dophilus, and they have a probio that it’s specifically for women. This is my experience using them.

What Does Jarro-Dophilus Do?

Well, like most probiotics, the Jarro-Dophilus one is also healthy, helpful bacteria that enters your digestive system and eats away at the bad bacteria in your body. That results in a cleaner system, and sometimes you do get the impression that you are pooping more frequently. Don’t freak about that unless you are suffering from diarrhea or you are going a LOT,okay? It’s a good thing if you start getting that extra waste out of your body. You don’t want to be carrying around extra gasses and nastiness in your body!

 My Experience With Jarro-Dophilus

I really enjoyed using this brand. There was one other brand I tried this year, and Jarro seems to be right on par with that one. I felt lighter and my bloating seemed to go away,too. NOTE- JUST BECAUSE THIS AFFECTED ME IN THIS WAY DOESN’T MEAN THAT THE SAME WILL HAPPEN FOR ANYONE ELSE. Everyone’s system/body is different, and I don’t want anyone to assume that what works for me will work for you. This is just my opinion based on my personal experience. With that being said, I like using Jarro-Dophilus. The price point isn’t really that bad, and considering you are helping to improve your gut health, it’s a very sound investment! Why should consider trying a good probiotic like Jarro-Dophilus? Read below to find out!

Those Probiotics, Though! What Are They & Do They Help Us?

There is a lot of talk about probiotics nowadays. But, do we really know how these mighty fighters work? Take a look at this article provided by @DeliciousLiving to learn a little bit more about them!

Probiotics are live microorganisms (or “good bacteria”) that aid your digestive processes and help your digestive organs function optimally. We often think of bacteria in a negative light—but you need these bacteria in order to properly break down the foods you eat.

Some examples of foods that already contain these helpful bacteria are yogurt, kefir, kombucha, miso soup, kimchi, and more. If you aren’t a big fan of these foods, you can also get probiotics through different types of supplements.

More health practitioners are beginning to recommend probiotics—not just nutritionists. “Probiotics are one of the few supplements I encourage my patients to use,” states chiropractor James C. Dunstan. “Given the current popularity of pesticide use in produce, these agents can cause loss of critical digestion promoting enzymes and bacteria within the gut. Probiotics can be a means to replenish the potential loss of our gut-friendly bacteria.”

 

Shortened flu symptoms

A recent study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutritionshows that a particular strain of probiotic, L.casei 431, may reduce the duration of cold and flu symptoms. Researchers conducted the placebo-controlled experiment on 1,104 healthy subjects aging 18 to 60 years old in Germany and Denmark. Half the subjects were drank a probiotic milk beverage and the other half drank a placebo for 42 days. At day 23, the participants received a seasonal flu vaccine. Those who took probiotics had shorter duration of upper respiratory symptoms.

With the increase of pesticides on much of the food we consume, probiotics are becoming more important than ever before. In a 2009 study conducted by Korea’s Gyeonsang National University, an insecticide, chlorpyrifos, was used while making kimchi, a fermented, probiotic-rich food. After 9 days, the insecticide completely degraded and was inactive.

While probiotics are a great idea for digestion, this new evidence shows the various microbiota may have other incredible effects on our health that we weren’t aware of. If you’re struggling to fit probiotics in your daily diet, consider picking up supplements from your local natural products store.

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