*Nature’s Velvet Probiotics formulation is rich in beneficial live bacteria. Many people use probiotics to prevent diarrhoea , gas and cramping caused by antibiotics.Helpful in irritable bowel syndrome,Aids in healing diarrhoeal conditions,For better immunity,Useful for digestive system,It may repopulate the good intestinal bacteria.
Probiotics include "good" bacteria. These are live microorganisms that can provide health benefits when consumed. These benefits are thought to result from the ability of probiotics to restore the natural balance of gut bacteria.An imbalance means there are too many bad bacteria and not enough good bacteria. It can happen due to illness, medication such as antibiotics, poor diet and more.Consequences can include digestive issues, allergies, mental health problems, obesity and more. Probiotics are usually found in fermented foods or taken as supplements. What's more, they appear to be safe for most people.
Probiotics are widely known for their ability to prevent diarrhea or reduce its severity.Diarrhea is a common side effect of taking antibiotics. It occurs because antibiotics can negatively affect the balance of good and bad bacteria in the gut. Probiotics can also help with other forms of diarrhea not associated with antibiotics.
- What are probiotics? Answer: Probiotics are beneficial live bacteria or natural cultures that are similar to organisms that occur naturally in the digestive tract. These bacteria promote balance, health, and proper functioning of the digestive system. Nature’s Velvet Probiotic formulation is rich in beneficial live bacteria. Bacillus coagulans is a lactic acid-forming bacterial species. It generates spores during its reproductive life cycle which makes it Robust unlike other Probiotics and withstands extreme environments.
- What are the digestive benefits of probiotics? Answer: The unique chemistry of Tulsi is highly complex Tulsi contains hundreds of different beneficial compounds known as phytochemicals. Working together, these compounds possess strong antioxidant, antibacterial, antiviral, adaptogenic (anti-stress) and immune enhancing properties that promote general health and support the body natural defence against germs, stress and diseases. The essential oils in the leaves of Tulsi that contribute to the fragrance and refreshing flavour of Tulsi are a particularly rich source of valuable phytochemicals. Probiotics are believed to provide two major benefits: protecting the immune system and keeping the digestive system balanced. Probiotics help to maintain a healthy balance between good and bad bacteria in our digestive tract. And when the digestive tract is healthy and working properly, it filters out and eliminates things that may damage it like harmful bacteria, toxins, chemicals, and waste products.
- When is the best time to take probiotics? Answer: When you eat a meal, the pH of the stomach rises. The higher the pH, the more likely it is that the probiotic organisms will survive their journey through the stomach. It therefore makes sense to take a probiotic around half an hour after eating.
- How do probiotics work? Answer: The gut is home to trillions of bacteria. When an imbalance of bacteria occurs, whether it’s due to antibiotics, pollutants, poor diet, or other causes, digestive issues and other health problems may arise. Probiotics provide friendly bacteria that help to balance good bacteria in the gut to support digestive and immune system health.
- How do Probiotics help support immune response? Answer: Currently, science has established that approximately 70% of immune system cells reside in the digestive tract. Probiotics support those immune system cells by, among other things, crowding out unfriendly guests. The gut is the first line of immune defense, and to stay healthy, we need a healthy population of friendly bacteria.
- Should I consume probiotics when I am on antibiotics? Answer: Probiotics should be taken during and for 1-2 weeks post antibiotic therapy to fully restore the gut microflora and minimize the opportunity for antibiotic-related side effects.