WHY Probiotics & Prebiotics are at the TOP list of Health Supplementation in 2020?
Prebiotics and probiotics both support the body in building and maintaining a healthy colony of bacteria and other microorganisms, which supports the gut and aids digestion. These food components help promote beneficial bacteria by providing food and creating an environment where microorganisms can flourish.
Without bacteria around to break down biological waste, it would build up and throws the immune system out of whack. The result can be simple allergies or very debilitating autoimmune diseases. Without the right balance of bacteria, your body might suffer from constant inflammation and even may lead to chronic damages.
You are what you eat. You feed the trillions of little critters that live in your gut.
Like every surface of your body, the lining of your gut is covered in microscopic creatures, mostly bacteria. These organisms create a micro-ecosystem called the microbiome. And though we don't really notice it's there, it plays an oversized role in your health and can even affect your mood and behavior.
Not surprisingly, what you feed your gut may have the biggest impact on its health. And the healthier it is, the healthier you are. The key to a healthy gut is nourishing a balance among the nearly 1,000 different species of bacteria in your gut.
There are two ways to maintain this balance — helping the microbes already there to grow by giving them the foods they like (prebiotic) and adding living microbes directly to your system (probiotic).
Prebiotics are specialized plant fibers. They act like fertilizers that stimulate the growth of healthy bacteria in the gut.
Benefits of PREBIOTICS
Prebiotics help increase the helpful bacteria in the gut that reduce disease risk and improve general well-being. Prebiotic fiber is not as fragile as probiotic bacteria because it is not affected by heat, stomach acid, or time. Increasing prebiotic fiber intake supports immunity, digestive health, bone density, regularity, weight management, and brain health.
Probiotics are different in that they contain live organisms, usually specific strains of bacteria that directly add to the population of healthy microbes in your gut.
Benefits of PROBIOTICS
The beneficial effects of probiotics have been widely demonstrated. Medical and Health professionals often recommend probiotics in supplement form to patients instead of antibiotics, in an attempt to repopulate the colon with desirable bacteria after the course of antibiotics has wiped out both beneficial and undesirable bacteria.
Taking probiotics can combat the drug medication's gastrointestinal side effects and significantly reduce infectious bacterial growth leading to yeast infections.
How much fibre do you need?
An average Singaporean consumes 13 grams of dietary fibre per day. The recommended amount is 30 grams per day.
Does LG-MOVE help me to boost PREBIOTICS and PROBIOTICS in my diet?
The main job of LG-MOVE is to maintain a healthy balance of both in your body. Think of it as keeping your body in neutral. When you are sick, bad bacteria enter your body and increases in number. This knocks your body out of balance. Good bacteria work to fight off the bad bacteria and restore the balance within your body, making you feel better.
Good bacteria keep you healthy by supporting your immune function and controlling inflammation.
This can also:
Help your body digest food.
Keep bad bacteria from getting out of control and making you sick.
Help support the cells that line your gut to prevent bad bacteria that you may have consumed (Example: food or drinks) from entering your blood.
Breakdown and absorb medications.
LG-MOVE will balance the gut activities naturally in your body all of the time. You do not actually need to go through the hassle of researching probiotic food recipes to make it happen. Good bacteria is just a natural part of your body. Consuming One sachet every day helps to keep the number of good bacteria at proper levels.
Some of the conditions that can be solved by increasing the amount of dosage in your body include:
Diarrhea (both diarrhea caused by antibiotics and from Clostridioides difficile (C. diff) infection).
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD).
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).
Urinary tract infections.
Eczema (atopic dermatitis).
Upper respiratory infections (ear infections, common cold, sinusitis).
Sepsis (specifically in infants).
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