MYTH: Refrigerated probiotics are better than shelf

MYTH: Refrigerated probiotics are better than shelf-stable probiotics.
Debunked: If bacteria strands have to be refrigerated to stay alive, then what happens once they enter a 90+ degree digestive tract? Shelf-stable probiotics are more effective because the strands are more resilient & survive the journey to your gut!
MYTH:A probiotic isn’t effective unless the CFU’s are in the billions.
Debunked: The only reason some probiotics have such high CFU’s is because the manufacturer knows that majority of those strains are going to die before they make it to your GI tract where they’re meant to do their job. The temp of your body, stomach acids, all that ends their journey early. So the higher strands is only in the hopes that some survive the journey.
Here’s what set’s ProBio5 apart from other probiotics out there:
Chitosanase breaks through the exoskeleton (called Chitin), or outer wall of the fungi in our gut, attacks it and is thereby able to kill yeast and bacterial overgrowth in the gut.
Protease, an enzyme that helps the breakdown of protein, is also secreted by the pancreas. Enzymes that breakdown protein are known as a proteolytic enzymes.
Cellulase is an enzyme that breaks down cellulose, the carbohydrate that is the main part of the cell walls of plants. Cellulose is undigestible by humans because we do not produce the enzyme cellulase. Cellulase is produced by grazing animals such as cows (with the aid of the beneficial bacteria that reside in the animal’s digestive tract), and is the reason why they can get nutrition from plants such as grasses. The human body does not produce cellulase; however, it is sometimes included in enzyme supplements since it can help us break down the cell walls of plants better, thereby getting the most nutrition from the herbs and other plants that we eat.”

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