Why Probiotics are Essential to a Healthy Diet

The stomach has lately been referred to more as the second brain because of the billions of neuro receptors along the gut lining. This massive neuro-network regulates immune function, hormones and inflammation response as well as nutrient absorption.

So, healthy digestive system begins with nurturing beneficial flora in the gut, like lactobacillus and acidophilus. When your gut gets out of balance of this “good bacterial” it can result in heartburn, digestive distress, energy depletion and many other symptoms.

By supplementing with natural sources of minerals and enzymes, as well as taking Probiotics, beneficial micro-organisms like lactobacillus and acidophilus can then flourish. A healthy diet of wider variety of brightly colored vegetables like carrots, beets and even grains like barley will provide a natural balance of vital minerals and crucial factors.

Aidophilus, Antioxidants, Flavenoids, Lactobacillus, and Phytochemicals

By taking Probiotics packed with lactobacillus and acidophilus and eating a healthy diet that includes a variety of raw vegetables and fruits you will also benefit from critical enzymes that your body needs. That’s why one of the oldest remedies for acid reflux is to eat an apple. But don’t peel the apple; the enzymes to digest the apple are in the peel.

In fact science is discovering the benefits of amazing chemicals in the skins of brightly colored fruits and vegetables called Phytochemicals.

There may be more to colorful food than meets the eye.

These phytochemicals, antioxidants and flavonoids may actually work to alleviate acid reflux, digestive imbalance and heartburn.

The bottom line is acid reflux and an unhealthy digestive system doesn’t have to rule your life. Being able to enjoy the food you eat is one of the benefits of being healthy. You may just have to cut back on fried and processed foods and learn to appreciate what nature has already prepared for you.

It’s been said that variety is the spice of life and it’s true. So why not take a walk through your grocer’s fresh produce isle or drop in on your local farmer’s market? So why not add a little color to your diet? Chances are if you are suffering from acid reflux you are not visiting nature’s rainbow of seasonal fruits and vegetables enough. So go ahead, re-introduce yourself to Mother Nature’s culinary rainbow and see what’s on the other side.

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(A note from Buck: I always recommend jumpstarting a new and healthy diet with our Ultimate Digestive Health 30-Day Internal Cleansing Program. It will help you to better absorb the critical nutrients and minerals you body needs and our FREE bonus Ultimate Digestive Health Probiotic Formula delivers 4 BILLION “good” bacterium like lactobacillus and acidophilus. To get $10 off your purchase of Ultimate Digestive Health use the promo code 10THANKS during checkout)

Buck Rizvi

Founder for Ultimate Lifespan. Natural Health Researcher & Evangelist. Father of four. Instrument-rated pilot. Still has trouble impressing his wife and best friend, Daiva.

  • I am not sure if Joe Barton is associated with this practice or company. I am a also a patient advocate in the Pittsburgh area. I was a nurse, have seen 100’s of doctors in all specialties to uncover on my own what I was suffering from. I have chronic pancreatitis, I pass both pancreatic and liver stones, even after my gallbladder was taken out. I have suffered from both pancreatitis and hepatitis after passing these stones. I also have been told in past I have irritiable bowel, GERD, gastritis, fibromyalgia, and a complicated accociation of other symptoms. Many of my symptoms were connected to Hypothyroidism, that I was experiening my whole life but not found by lab numbers to have till I was 51. I also believe I have suffered from diabetes my whole life, but it was never detected until I had severe symptoms last year of low blood sugars.
    I am on a restricted diet, no grains, mostly complex carbs from brown rice, I recognize goitrogens and avoid them, avoiding soy and peanuts. I eat low calcium and magnesium foods, since I create also kidney stones, (calcium oxylate). and I wrtie a food diary of all foods i eat to avoid migraines which are directly associated to the stones I pass. more of the stones from liver and pancreas are not recognized by medicine since they pass so quickly but leave you very sick afterwards. I have been attempting to contact Joe Barton, because the apple he suggests eating before bed will only calm pains but cause more problems with blood glucose levels,

    • Ultimate Lifespan says:

      Hello Diane,

      Thank you for writing in. I am sorry to hear of the difficulties that you have had in finding what your medical issues are. It sounds like you have gotten to the bottom of it though and have come up with a protocol to follow that is working.

      To reach Joe Barton, here is the contact information that I found in wee letters at the bottom of the page where the video was located:

      Barton Publishing, Inc. All Rights Reserved
      Email: support@bartonpublishing.com
      Toll Free: 1.888.356.1146 Outside US: +1.617.603.0085
      Phone Support is available between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM CST
      PO Box 50, Brandon, SD 57005 USA

      Hopefully, one of those methods of reaching the company will bring you to someone who can further help you.

      May your days be filled with blessings!

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