Aushair Nutritional Blog – Probiotics

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Introduction

Tune in to our latest seminar to hear our AusHair Nutritional Consultant present some useful information on Probiotics.

In this seminar you will learn just what probiotics are, why they are so important for everyone to take everyday, some common diseases that are associated with low levels of dietary probiotics, and the food sources where they can be found.

Interested in finding out more? We hold regular seminars at our Chadstone clinic at 7.15pm on the first Monday of every month. Receive a $70 Gift Certificate and a small heat pack for attending in person! Otherwise please visit www.aushair.com.au for the Google Hangout link to our next seminar and watch us live online at home.

Video Clip –

(17.55mins to 32.11)

 

Summary of Video Clip

It seems that ‘probiotic’ is the latest buzz word in the health industry, with everyone telling you that you should be taking them every day. But with all the information out there, a lot of people are still very confused about exactly what they are and why they are good for you.

Probiotics are live micro-organisms that promote healthy digestion and boost beneficial bacteria, as well as promoting general health.

In the human body there is a constant battle to balance the good and bad bacteria in the intestines, and it is a very delicate balance that can easily be disrupted by dietary and lifestyle habits. Unfortunately most people don’t do anything to promote the health of beneficial bacteria, but they do plenty to ensure the detrimental bacteria are flourishing.

There are a number of beneficial foods that can be consumed every day that will help correct the balance of good and bad bacteria. Learn what these beneficial foods are so that you can include them daily and avoid an over-population of bad bacteria and all the side effects that are associated with that.

This is valuable information that will assist in promoting general health, keep your bacteria levels in balance and avoid diseases that are associated with high levels of bad bacteria

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