Perfect Pass Prebiotic and Probiotic
The Perfect Answer for Optimal Digestive Health
Perfect Pass Prebiotic
PHGG Partially Hydrolyzed Guar Gum
Do you know the difference between Prebiotics and Probiotics?
Basically, a prebiotic is soluble fiber. The fiber is found in foods like chicory, garlic, and Jerusalem artichokes.
Here’s why prebiotics are so powerful:
The good bacteria in your gut thrive on this specific type of soluble fiber. That means, when you take prebiotics, you selectively help the good bacteria in your gut thrive — and — without helping the harmful bacteria. Essentially, when you take probiotics, you’re giving your gut “more good bacteria.” Prebiotics, on the other hand, are not bacteria, but “food for your existing good bacteria.”
HERE’S WHY PREBIOTICS ARE CRITICAL
There has been more research on the human microbiota (i.e. the microorganisms that inhabit our gastro-intestinal system) in the past 5 years than the prior 50 years. With the completion of a massive scientific undertaking called the Human Microbiome Project, we now have a completely new understanding of how our 100 trillion gut bacteria contribute to both health and disease. The study proved to be quite a shock. It disrupted all that we thought we knew about how to maintain a healthy ecosystem in our gut to make the good bacteria that we were born with, stay healthy and thrive.
DID YOU KNOW THAT YOUR GUT HOUSES BETWEEN 500 AND 1000 DIFFERENT SPECIES OF MICROORGANISMS?
It turns out, it’s not simply having an abundance of a few species of bacteria that make you healthier, it’s more about having many different species cooperating together that make the difference. In other words, the more diversity of good bacteria you have, the healthier you are. That’s where prebiotics come in. Prebiotics are the perfect fertilizer for the good bacteria in your gut… including any probiotic you’re taking. By selectively feeding your beneficial microbes, their diversity increases, their numbers increase, and the bad microbes lose their stronghold. This sets up the ideal healing environment. even if you don’t take a probiotic supplement.
PHGG: THE HIGHEST QUALITY PREBIOTIC FIBER
The best prebiotic is partially hydrolyzed guar gum (PHGG). This supplement is basically like eating guar beans and getting a ton of soluble fiber that your good bacteria love.
The process of hydrolyzation makes PHGG slightly more expensive, but far easier for your good bacteria to feed on. That’s because PHGG is broken down with natural enzymes into the ideal molecular size–perfect food for your beneficial microbes. As a result, PHGG prebiotics are far more effective than inulin or FOS. When you take PHGG, this soluble fiber selectively feeds the diverse populations of your beneficial bacteria, which alters the ratio of good to bad microbes in your favor. All the negative, inflammatory consequences of the bad microbes are controlled as you nurture and feed the many populations of good microbes.
Here’s what’s really great:
a) PHGG is easily tolerated by even the most sensitive people.
b) It is odorless, tasteless, contains no clumps or grit, and dissolves almost instantly in water.
c) Prebiotics made with PHGG are the ideal “fertilizer” for your good microbes. "Studies suggest that the greater the diversity of good bacteria your stomach contains, the healthier your body will be."
d) Many of our customers pair this Prebiotic with top Probiotics on the market such as VSL#3 or Perfect Pass Probiotic.
e) OK for SIBO patients
Perfect Pass Probiotic
Human Strain Probiotic for Balanced Flora, Digestive Health and Immune Health
WHAT IS THE BEST PROBIOTICS SUPPLEMENT TO TAKE?
You know all about how probiotics can help you re-balance your microflora, improve your gut health, and give you relief from symptoms of digestive disorders.
Here’s what you might not know: As good as your probiotics might be, if it can’t survive your stomach acid, it doesn’t fit the definition of what true probiotics are.
The truth is, many probiotics don’t even make it to your gut. That’s a big reason why many people take probiotics for conditions like Leaky Gut, IBS, Crohn’s, and Ulcerative Colitis–yet they still don’t find relief.
So, which probiotics actually survive your stomach acid to make an impact on lasting symptomatic relief? And which strains should you take to get the maximum benefits?
The latest research from the Human Microbiome Project points to Bacillus spore probiotics.
BACILLUS SPORE PROBIOTICS: A Human Strain That Works In “Healthy Bacteria: Understanding This Foundational Food”, Dr. Tom Bayne writes: Bacillus subtilis human strain probiotic:
“Our ancestors were hunters and gatherers and they ate off the land. Much of the food and liquid they consumed was brimming with mega doses of environmental bacteria. Most of those bacteria died as they passed through the harsh gastric system (gastric barrier), but some didn’t. These specialized strains developed an uncanny ability to survive the acidic gastric system to end up thriving in the intestines – these became nature’s true probiotics.“
In other words, some specific strains of probiotics which Dr. Bayne calls “nature’s true probiotics” have been shown to survive your stomach acid. And of these “specialized strains,” the best understood is Bacillus Spores. Studies suggest that the Bacillus species is powerful for combating common gut health problems. Dr. Bayne explains: “Bacillus subtilis plays a key role in the tutoring/training of the immune system and in mitigating a systemic proinflammatory and autoimmune state.” This is great news if your immune system needs a boost – or if you suffer from systemic inflammation. Spores probiotics, in particular, are good for your gut because they’re all-natural and free of gluten. That lessens your risk of an allergic reaction to gluten from your probiotic.
WHY ARE BACILLUS SPORE PROBIOTICS BETTER?
Bacillus Coagulans human strain probiotic Bacillus Coagulans human strain probiotic Bacillus endospores are human strain. This means that your present combination of microbiota strains will only increase when the probiotic is recognized as a compatible with the human microbiome by the body. Probiotics grown on dairy or soy based substrates do not pass this test. This is all recent information from the Human Microbiome Project – it makes us have to ‘re-phrase’ our previous thoughts on the reason why probiotics that we’ve taken in preious years, have helped us. Yes, they’ve helped, but not because the ones we’ve taken actually proliferate. It relates more to the immune modulation effect they cause.
MORE ABOUT PROBIOTICS: Did you know that we have 20 – 30 trillion strains of lactobacillus and bifidus in our digestive tract? You can NEVER take enough of them in a pill or powder form that will exceed that number. That’s why we have to keep on taking loads of those strains to achieve a beneficial effect. And you have to keep on taking them to achieve that effect. With Spore Probiotics, you only need 1 per day. That’s because you only need to take more than what already exists in the gut to be beneficial. Taking 3 billion strains of bacillus is more that 2 billion strains, the amount you have in your gut. When you take Bacillus spore Probiotics, you can feel the difference in your symptoms, with just 1 per day. These spores are the same species that naturally live in our gut and they have already adapted to the human GI tract, and that’s why they are called ‘Human Strain’.
More reasons to choose Perfect Pass Probiotic:
a) Improves the ratio of good to bad bacteria.
b) No refrigeration is needed.
c) Reduces inflammation, fights bad bacteria.
d) Helps Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth SIBO.
e) Safe to use.
f) Increases probiotic diversity with only 1 per day, the key to a healthy gut according to the recent nation wide research study -Human Microbiome Project.
g) Human strain proven probiotics species found in food.