Why Probiotics are a Must | (Part 2)

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make sure that you have the good bacteria in your body. Fermented foods. In that fermentation process, you create millions of colonies of good bacteria. Very big now in bodybuilding circles is Kiefer. Sugar is a problem when it comes to probiotic bacteria, and sometimes you'LL even see a probiotic yogurt. Probiotics need to be fat pre biotics. Ten million colonies per serving. If you take antibiotics, start taking probiotics at the same time. The antibiotics kill bad bacteria and good bacteria. Carrie Nozzle here Health and longevity researcher for enhanced athlete and this is probiotics Part two. We've been talking about just how essential probiotics are. Two. Good health If you're an athlete and you're taking whatever you're taking, if you want it toe work the way it should, then make sure that you have the good bacteria in your body or you're going to be missing out on some of the benefits of whatever supplement you're taking. How do you get them? That's a real clue here, and the way most of our ancestors after hunter gatherers received probiotics, was in the form of fermented foods again. Think about it before there were refrigerators or freezing or caning How did you preserve the products? The produce that you grew, for example, or winds? A good example. It's it's preserved grape juice. When you had cucumbers, cabbage, pickle of terrorists or any of those kind of things, you made sauerkraut or you made kimchi or you fermented soy like they did in Asia with a notto on the temp. A missile. Uh, those were ways to extend the the life of food beyond the fresh state that you found them in. And it just turns out that in that fermentation process you create millions and millions of colonies of good bacteria, so that's a no essential way to get what you need. They've been a part of our diet again since ancient times, including the different types of Derek Products yogurts we know about. We'LL talk more about that, but also one that's very, very big now in bodybuilding circles is key for K F I. R. That's another type of fermented milk that contains specific probiotic bacteria that really help with digestion and the utilization of protein. That's where I really shine. So keeper is ten to the rising star, you might say among dairy products for fermented foods up in double about a hundred years ago, before we got into all the different freezing and canning and those kind of things, fermented foods were the way we got these kinds of things. So we are designed, in a sense, to use that kind of food. New York Times actually rated Fermented foods is one of the biggest emerging food trends. Yogurts can be very good, but again remember, sugar is a problem when it comes to probiotic bacteria. So you're taking yogurt and you've got a lot of sugar in that yogurt fruit sweetened and all that other stuff will. You're going to be missing out on some of the benefits. Plus, it's essential if you're going to get yogurt. Make sure it says with live bacteria. Some yogurt companies will actually pasteurize the yogurt after its cultured so that they can preserve it longer. But you kill off the good bacteria, so you want a live cultures. And sometimes you'LL even see a probiotic yogurt, which means, in addition to those starter cultures that produce it in the first place, they've added other important probiotics that are very good for you. That's a big trend as well, and one area that you you've really got to venture here is what's called pre biotics. In other words, the probiotics need to be fed. They just can't exist on their own. Prebiotic, which you confined in different types of fibers, for example, and does things like resistant starch. These pass undigested through the stomach into the intestine, where they act as food for the good bacteria. So you'LL see a lot more interest in what's called pre biotics. Some of those might be bananas. If they're green, you are not totally yellow. The starch changes to sugar in the right banana, and you're going to digest it faster. Where it's green is great actors resistant starch. If you cook potatoes, for example, you cool. Um, the cool potatoes have resistant starch, which is a pre biotic. There's a thing called Jerusalem artichoke garlic, fennel, apples, leeks, onions. A lot of different foods contain prebiotic sor you confined prebiotic mixes. Personally, I also used the unmodified potato starch, which is a good natural prebiotic, But you can add to smoothies, for example, now, when it comes to supplements to kind of wrap this all up, the strain's matter and good bacteria again includes various strains of good bacteria. And unfortunately, when they do some of the studies on these, they find that more than you don't contain as much as they say they do. Or some of them haven't even survived about a look at the label, and you want the colony count after a certain date, for example, not when it's produced, but, say, three months from the expiration or whatever. It's gotta have a certain number of bacteria. You want to have a least ten million colonies per serving. That's a minimum that you should look for in a probiotic. And what I would suggest is that you look for multiple strains because again there's all kinds of good bacteria and why one or two of them might be beneficial. In the long run, you're going to need to supply many different kinds of bacteria. So personally, I take probiotics trains that contained, like fifty billion colonies or one hundred billion colonies, in that sense so I could get more into the body, make sure that more survive. If you're going to take him, you can take him any time you want. Generally in the morning is better. Some of them will say that you can take it with food. Some of them say you should take it away from food. So look at the label and make sure you do it right and last thing. If you take antibiotics, start taking probiotics at the same time. Not the same time you taken antibiotic, because then you'LL have a problem with it with its effectiveness. But during the day away from the antibiotic, make sure you take a probiotic and keep taking the probiotic for atleast two weeks after you stopped the antibiotic activity and about excuse bad bacteria and good bacteria. So you've got to make sure that you replace the good stuff. That's the story saw Part two of the probiotic story again. Look for supplements, Look for fermented foods and look for good sources of pre biotics. If you want to maintain health to the highest degree. Carrie Nozzle er, health and longevity researcher for in hand staff. Late coach Travel Totally huge love Family Staying true to the badness, nobody came out last way. Wait, wait

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