How would you like to stay "gut healthy" during the festive party season?
The gut is the body’s first line of defence against nasty bugs and bacteria entering the body – with probiotics acting as guards to protect the immune system.
As adults many of us have heard of the benefit of healthy gut bacteria in assisting your digestive health, helping to support your immune health
You’ve probably heard of the terms pre- and pro-biotic: you may have even tossed a container of yogurt into your cart or considered adding a prebiotic supplement to your nutrition regimen.
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Growing up healthy starts with your child’s inner health, so it goes without saying that if you want to set your little ones up for a lifetime of good health, it’s essential to bolster the good bacteria in their little bellies. Luckily we have 4 simple ways to start improving your child’s gut health to support their general wellbeing today.
It helps to know that your probiotic has been clinically researched, carefully chosen and meticulously cared for to provide you with a quality probiotic. We’ve spent 25 years caring for our probiotics, so we KNOW what they like.
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While our bowel habits are not something many of us talk about (even to our nearest and dearest), it is important to realise that bowel disorders are very common, with most Australians affected at some time during their lives. Fortunately you may be able to manage diarrhoea* using probiotics or "good" bacteria for your digestive system.
Many people believe that eating a tub of yoghurt will give them all the good bacteria they need on a daily basis. However, a medical strength probiotic, such as Inner Health Plus is specifically designed to provide the right therapeutic strains and numbers of ‘good bacteria’ that you need to help keep your digestive health in balance.
Probiotics are friendly bacteria that we need for good health and vitality. Probiotics beneficially affect humans by improving the balance of flora in the digestive system. The word probiotic actually means "for life": pro + bios = "for life".
Inner Health Plus is one of the most convenient forms of medical strength probiotics (good bacteria). With 25 billion good bacteria in every capsule, Inner Health Plus provides your digestive system with enough good bacteria to keep it healthy.
Not all probiotics are the same, they differ according to genus, species and strain. Most probiotics are considered friendly in a broad sense, however not all probiotics possess enough benefits to be considered therapeutic. When considering which probiotic to use make sure the probiotic strain is scientifically studied to improve health. Different strains exert different health benefits, with varying strengths and limitations - so it is important to choose a product that is specific to your needs. To be effective probiotics must also be resistant to the harsh environment in the human gut; Inner Health Plus is able to survive through stomach acid, is bile resistant and is able to populate the intestinal area.
The best time to take Inner Health Plus is when you remember to! For many people it is easier to take Inner Health Plus with a meal. Fortunately the bacteria in the Inner Health Plus Range are resistant to stomach acid and bile so they can survive the harsh environment in your stomach when you eat.
Inner Health Plus is a therapeutic Natural Medicine that can be taken by everyone in the family – there is a product in the range to suit everyone! All children five years or older can take one Inner Health Plus capsule daily.
Inner Health Plus promotes the growth and adherence of beneficial intestinal bacteria. Did you know that there is about two to four kilograms of intestinal bacteria in our digestive systems? These bacteria are made up of good and bad bacteria.
The chilly winter weather has well and truly set in. If colds and flus have been doing the rounds in your household and your little ones are coughing and sniffling yet again, now is the time to prioritise your childrens' health. Find out more.