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Synbiotics: A Missing Link In Your Probiotic Routine?

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Synbiotics – this term means by definition a “mixture of probiotics and prebiotics that beneficially affects the host by improving the survival and activity of beneficial microorganisms in the gut

More than one hundred years ago, a Bulgarian physician discovered a probiotic strain called lactobacillus bulgaricus in Bulgarian yogurt. 

The interest of that era’s leading biologists was immediately piqued. Nobel laureate Élie Metchnikoff, for example, theorized that yogurt-eating Bulgarian peasants lived longer than their wealthier counterparts. [1][2

And the use of probiotics began long before they were actually discovered. Here’s what you need to know about a new type of probiotic, the synbiotic — and how it’s bringing probiotic use full circle today.  

What is the microbiome?

Did you know that there’s a community of 38,000,000,000,000 microorganisms, mostly bacteria, living in and on your body? [3]

It’s true. The majority of them reside in your gastrointestinal tract, but many others live in diverse places like your mouth, your skin, your scalp, and your armpits. They represent 50% of you by cell count, and their activity affects every facet of your being. 

Collectively, the genes harbored in these trillions of microbial cells constitute your microbiome. [4]

The microbiome’s discovery marks an evolution of health — both within and beyond our bodies. New technologies and research inform that each one of us is a vast and complex ecosystem. This new biology reveals the potential of bacteria to restore and sustain the systemic health of ourselves and our environment, radically transforming our approach to medicine, hygiene, diet, and living.

Microbes also form the foundation of your immune system, serving as the instructors of what’s dangerous and what’s not. By the first few years of life, they stabilize into what is called the steady-state microbiome, resembling more or less what you have today.

The study of the microbiome radically redefines our sense of self. Where we once thought ourselves fully human, we now know we are in fact, superorganisms — walking, talking, changing ecosystems. Half human, half microbial.

This is the new biology. It demands a new approach to medicine, hygiene, diet, and health.

It also highlights the need for a new type of supplement: probiotics and prebiotic.

Check the video for more information

Probiotics – Synbiotics 101

Probiotics are a type of “ good bacteria” that help maintain balance within your body by restoring the microbiome. 

This good bacteria keeps you healthy by working with the immune function and keeping inflammation — the driver of virtually every degenerative disease — under control.    Probiotics can also:

  • Assist with digestion [5]
  • Create vitamins, hormones, fatty acids [6]
  • Prevent ‘bad’ bacteria from making you sick [7]
  • Help maintain the integrity of your gut barrier [8]

Feeding the biosphere

To summarize the above section, probiotics are small bacteria that help feed our bodies the signals and broken-down nutrients that they need. 

Here’s the thing, though: something needs to feed them. 

And that’s where prebiotics come in. Prebiotics are hard-to-digest food ingredients that provide the substrate for good bacteria. [9] Good bacteria, in turn, produce vital nutrients like butyrate and proportionate. [10] Certain foods contain prebiotics that can nourish these bacteria, include garlic, asparagus, and resistant starch (starch that’s been heated then cooled). [11]


Why synbiotics are superior

The prebiotics and probiotics mentioned above rely on each other and work synergistically to ensure the health of the whole organism. A healthy microbiome has been correlated with good health and an unhealthy microbiome has been correlated with health problems. [12]

Historically speaking, getting an ideal blend of both was pretty easy. Eating a traditional diet replete with fermented foods (think real sauerkraut), cooked-and-cooled potatoes, and perhaps some butyrate-rich grass-fed butter would’ve probably been enough to keep things in homeostasis. [13]

Today, however, things have changed. Food quality is so poor that finding probiotic-rich foods is difficult and/or highly expensive. 

This impracticality is one of the many reasons we decided to combine prebiotics and probiotics into a new format: the Synbiotic. It features an optimal balance of both types of bacteria in a single daily capsule. 

Actually, a capsule-within-a-capsule. We call it ViaCapTM Delivery Technology, and it allows live probiotics to reach the end of the small intestine. The bacteria in our Daily Synbiotic are optimized for:

  • Digestive Health 
  • Gut Immunity 
  • Gut Barrier Integrity 
  • Dermatological Health
  • Cardiovascular Health
  • Micronutrient Synthesis

The Daily Synbiotic is free from:

  • Dairy
  • Gluten
  • Soy
  • GMOs
  • Binders
  • Preservatives 
  • Allergens

…And compatible with all many different ways of eating:

  • Vegan
  • Vegetarian
  • Gluten-Free
  • Intermittent Fasting
  • Ketogenic Diet

Synbiotics – summing things up

Over a hundred years of research has revealed an inescapable truth: we humans aren’t in control of our health as much as we think we are. 

The bacteria inside our bodies actually control much of our fate. Nourish them with probiotics and prebiotics, and they’ll nourish you. 

Want to try an awesome synbiotics? Try Seed Female and Male Synbiotics!

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