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In today’s interconnected world of instant gratification and online shopping, there are thousands of choices for everything, including probiotics for digestive health. If you search for probiotics on Amazon, you will see over 2,000 results – it’s overwhelming.
Why? Because the health supplement industry has become a commercial engine for thousands of companies to profit off producing hyped-up supplements.
As a practicing physician and elite athlete, I created BodyHealth to solve this problem for my patients and the world at large by formulating supplements with effectiveness and potency as the sole priority.
After decades of personal research into the digestive tract and the links between your microbiome, immune system, and overall health, we released Perfect Immune Defense Probiotic as a truly effective tool to optimize digestive health.
Today, Perfect Immune Defense Probiotic has helped thousands of people feel better and solve the underlying causes for many chronic conditions: an imbalanced or distressed gut microbiome.
Further advances in research have allowed me to optimize the formula by including PerfectAmino to allow critical EAAs to reach your gut microbiome directly. Not only does this provide much-needed cellular building blocks for the gut lining, but it also allows the microbiota to more easily create the compounds, vitamins, hormones, and nutrients that your body so desperately needs.
And, as usual, the details of how and why are critical.
The fundamental premise of a probiotic supplement is that the live, beneficial bacteria make it to your large intestine to colonize and become integrated into the gut microbiota. The trouble is that this critical ecosystem resides primarily in your large intestine – the last stop on the digestive tract.
This means that probiotic cultures have to survive through your gastric-acid-filled stomach and your lower intestine before they become effective. Most probiotic supplements do contain a healthy number of cultures that could be highly beneficial – if they made it to the large intestine. 
Understanding this, I did extensive research into delivery mechanisms that would allow the cultures to survive the journey through the digestive system and release the cultures at the ideal time. In doing so, I discovered a science-backed solution: digestive-resistant capsules.
With no regard for manufacturing cost, I discovered that utilizing digestive-resistant capsules allowed the live cultures to travel through the stomach and small intestine intact, reaching the large intestine where they are most effective.
As you may know, amino acids are the building blocks of protein, hormones, nutrients, neurotransmitters, and thousands of other compounds and cells that your body needs to survive.
“Essential” amino acids are those that cannot be synthesized and must be supplied dietarily – and they are just as vital to your microbiota as they are to building muscle. GABA, serotonin, dopamine, norepinephrine, and melatonin are just a few of the critical compounds produced and balanced by your gut biome – all of which require the right EAAs as building blocks.
And yes, that means that your gut doesn’t just regulate nutrient absorption, immunity, and the production of critical compounds; it also is a critical factor in mood regulation and mental health through the gut-brain axis and the modulation of mood-adjusting compounds.
With this in mind, I reformulated Perfect Immune Defense Probiotic to include Perfect Amino for a direct supply of these critical building blocks to your gut microbiome.
The benefits of a balanced, healthy gut microbiome are already well known:
Supplying PerfectAmino directly to your gut microbiome can help supercharge these benefits, giving your gut microbiome a dual-action boost for optimized health and function.
“Probiotic” is a general term that includes millions of strains of beneficial bacteria. It is vital that you supply your system with the right cultures to achieve the optimal benefit.
Some cultures exist within the foods you eat, which you often get naturally through fermented food products such as yogurt.
Others, however, live in the soil and the ground. Historically, the human body would get these soil-based probiotics from fruits and vegetables. Today, however, the toxins and pesticides in the environment necessitate a thorough cleaning of all fruits and vegetables before consumption – which has the downside of also removing most spore-based probiotics.
These spore-based probiotics are critical, as they perform an additional function as “gardeners” within your gut biome. They are a sturdier, more resilient form of probiotics that function to recondition your Gi tract, detoxify, and produce the nutrients that other probiotics need to thrive. Beyond this, they are also themselves indicated in critical functions of the GI tract, including the production of short-chain fatty acids.
At the end of the day, spore-based probiotics are a critical component of the gut microbiome and function in tandem with your “standard” probiotics. Unfortunately, with the state of food today, the lack of dietary spore-based probiotics has created an imbalance that contributes to many common symptoms and systemic issues.
After looking into the strains that are most often omitted from the human diet (and therefore the most needed to achieve a balanced and healthy gut biome), I selected 11 of the most critical strains, including two critical spore-based probiotics.
To put this in perspective, most of the top probiotics available on Amazon have between one and five strains, none of which are spore-based.
And, as always, a supplement is only as valuable as it is effective and helpful, regardless of hype.
If you are looking for a way to optimize your digestive health and support systemic balance, try Perfect Immune Defense Probiotics today!
Yes, about 90% of what most of us consider as body fat is made by and from sugar.
But probably not how you think.
And it has a lot more to do with the type of sugar it is and, more specifically, how it affects your hormones (messenger chemicals that tell your body how to use the food you put into it).
Because it’s your hormones that will determine what will ultimately happen with this sugar and whether or not it will be used to make new body fat.
Let me assure you, this is not another low carb rant!