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What is Bifido probiotic bacteria?
Bifido bacteria is the primary beneficial bacteria in the colon, having the most profound effect on the immune system. In infants, bifidobacteria constitutes up to 90% of all intestinal bacteria, however these amounts decline as we age to only make up 3-6% of adult fecal flora
What is Bifidus 45B?
Bifidus 45B provides robust support for a healthy gut and immune response with 45 billion CFUs in 8 strains of beneficial bacteria. This potent probiotic strain also promotes vibrant brain function through healthy neurohormone balance.
This Bifido-based Probiotic provides a high concentration of multispecies beneficial bacteria. This provides targeted support designed to be utilized at the appropriate colonization sites in the gut to promote healthy immune, brain and digestive function.
Why is it important to have multiple strains 0f Bifido beneficial bacteria?
Multiple strains of probiotics are preferable because each strain has a purpose. Each one thrives in a different part of the digestive tract and works in a different way. The beneficial bacteria in Bifidus 45B undergo a freeze-drying process that provides two main benefits:
- These live probiotics are protected from the harsh acid environment of the stomach and are therefore able to colonize at the most appropriate absorption site
- The process allows Bifidus 45B to be stored at room temperature
How does Bifidus 45B support immune health?
About 80% of the immune system resides in the gastrointestinal tract, making what happens in the gut profoundly influence immune function. A healthy gut possesses a large, thriving population of friendly bacteria that support immune function. These cells form a protective barrier in the colon and intestines.
Probiotics support immune function by preventing the build-up of harmful microorganisms, which can lead to health compromise and weaker immune function. This protective barrier also provides defense against toxic absorption and plays an important role in immune responses.
How can Bifidus 45B help with brain function?
There is a definite connection between the brain and gut. The gut is extremely responsive to physical, emotional and environmental stress because it is highly sensitive and full of nerves, just like the brain.
The microbes in the gut produce neuroactive compounds that connect to the brain, affecting behavior and mood. There are more than 100 million neurons in our guts—nerve cells—which are normally perceived as brain cells. In fact, the gut is sometimes called the little brain – it’s the largest area of nerves outside the brain.