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Main beneficial effects of fibres, probiotics and synbiotics on the immune system in different life-stages in humans.

There are trillions of bacteria in your gut, these collectively contain at least 100 times as many genes as you do. The bacterial DNA in your gut outnumbers your own DNA by a very large margin. This bacterial DNA controls immune functions, regulates digestion and intestinal function, protects you against infections, and produces vitamins and nutrients. Promoting healthier gut flora is one of seven clever DIY moves you can make to improve and maintain good health, that’s what our approach is all about. The way in which we recommend you do this is old fashioned, highly effective, and fits a shoestring budget.

If you’re looking for great effectiveness in probiotics then you need not spend money on manufactured ones. Caucasian milk fermenting grains in particular have stood the test of time, just like aloe vera has, and this is beneficial even for lactose sensitive people.

Prebiotics are non-digestible fiber compounds that provides ‘rich soil’ for probiotics to grow on. What you want to achieve are bugs in the gut that are healthier and more diverse and thus are better at regulating inflammation and infection, and better at extracting energy from fiber. Synergistic combinations of pro- and prebiotics are called synbiotics. Boosting the good, health beneficial strains and outcrowding or killing off detrimental bacteria (and other gut microbes) is what we advocate. As with so many things, with Aloeride Extra Strong, prebiotics, probiotics and synbiotics, the whole is more than the sum of its parts. Note that, if you ingest clever smoothies as we recommend you do, you will never have to pay attention to prebiotics… there’s non-digestible fiber in there aplenty.

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