Healing From The Inside Out = Exceptional Gut Health

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We have a crowded neighbourhood in our gut! There are 500 species of bacteria resident in the adult gastrointestinal tract, mostly in the large bowel.

These help the functionality of our health – keeping out disease-causing bacteria, keeping our immune system healthy and maintaining the lining of the bowel.

The good news is, you do not need to pay a fortune on Probiotics, you can purchase them from your local supermarket!

Our local GP recommended Mundella Greek Yoghurt as one of the best sources of probiotics. One tablespoon per day is suffice. Not only is this a more affordable way to get all your probiotics, but it is also a local WA company! YAY!

Taking a proactive approach to overall health and well-being, and healing from the inside out, will give you longer lasting health benefits!

  1. Probiotics support your immune system – you will not get sick as much
  2. Your energy levels come into balance
  3. Your moods will be more balanced
  4. Great gut health can beat allergies
  5. If you incorporate this Mundella Greek Yoghurt into your diet it is such a small step that will make a BIG change to you and your well-being!

Here are some additional facts about probiotics from the ABC Health and Well-being website!

Probiotics have become more popular over the last 10 to 20 years, along with vitamins, wheatgerm, and various other alternative and complementary medicines. The idea of restoring our normal intestinal flora and putting us back into balance, without using drugs, makes them seem natural and safe.

They’re classed by the Therapeutic Goods Administration as complementary medicines. You can find them in supermarkets in fermented milk drinks and some yoghurts, and in health food stores and pharmacies as capsules and powders.

The most commonly used probiotics are yeast, particularly Saccharomyces, and bacteria, particularly Lactobacillus (lactic acid bacteria) and Bifidobacterium. These micro-organisms are found in large numbers in the normal healthy intestine.


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