Many of us have heard of the importance of "topping up" our beneficial gut flora (bacteria) through supplementation, and there are now many products on the market - including some with dubious benefits, and some that may temporarily upset your digestive system.
Biomodulin™ however is a super probiotic designed to restore your naturally correct gut bacteria. Unlike many probiotics on the market today, Biomodulin™ is widely tolerated by a range of people and usually delivers immediate benefits: you should notice an immediate improvement in digestive activity (especially bowel) after taking it for 1 - 2 days.
Probiotic supplementation is especially important if you experience digestive discomfort e.g. gas/ bloating and intolerance to some foods. Biomodulin™ is:
What makes Biomodulin™ truly different from other probiotics? Biomodulin™:
Recommended initial dose for intensive gut restoration is 1-3 capsules with a glass of water 15 minutes up to 3 times per day - before breakfast, before lunch and before bed at night.
Maintenance dose - take 2 - 3 capsules once per day before a meal or before bed.
Propietary probiotic blend in pasturised cultured milk, honey and rice bran.
Biomodulin™ is the end product of a quest by several Russian medical doctors and scientists. The Russian Medical School in Siberia, set out to find out why certain indigenous peoples kept excellent health, despite poor living conditions and dietary practices. The researchers found that many variations of life enhancing substances are used in certain segments of the populations of Tibet, Mongolia, and other ancient societies where people often live to be 140 years old and still sire children at 100!
Researchers discovered that all these various societies use products cultured from organic milk combined with other ingredients of well guarded origin. Upon testing these cultures in the laboratory, they found not only; enzymes, amino acids, and several other known substances, but also over 1000 different extremely vigorous ‘ancient’ and unique bacteria.
These ‘Super Probiotics’ actually compete with less welcome occupants of the digestive tract. These include pathogens such as candida albicans, staphylococcus, salmonella, helicobacter pylori and many others. Upon gaining dominance, these super bacteria then work in a symbiotic relationship with the body, and among other duties, assist in the assimilation of nutrients.