Don't wait until you experience digestive problems. Start making simple, proactive changes to your diet and lifestyle that can benefit your digestive system now, and for the long-term.
Cultivating the beneficial bacteria required to sustain good digestive health is simple. Feed the good bugs. Intestinal bacteria need to eat; beneficial bugs prefer nutrients called prebiotics, which are primarily found in high-fiber foods including kiwifruit, onions, leeks, garlic etc. Bad bacteria, on the other hand, prefer the sugars and fats found in processed foods.
You can tilt the balance toward the good bacteria simply by increasing your intake of prebiotics, which are essential to the proper growth and resilience of probiotic bacteria, and a critical part of ensuring good gut health. Probiotics are the natural, beneficial bacteria that stimulate the immune system, sustain integrity of the gut and provide a means of nourishment. These beneficial bacteria can be increased and strengthened by incorporating a high quality prebiotic supplement into your daily regimen. A simple and beneficial way to ensure you are obtaining the required daily amounts of prebiotics required to fuel your good bacteria is a diet packed with kiwifruit, garlic, leeks, onions and wheat bran, however, for maximum benefits, these need to be consumed in their raw state. If you are unsure about consuming and smelling of garlic or onion, or eating a minimum of two kiwifruit each day, a simple and beneficial way to ensure you are ensuring optimum digestive health is to take a prebiotic supplement.
Xtend-Life has developed an exceptional product called Kiwi-Klenz that enables the active ingredients of kiwifruit believed to aid healthy digestion to be captured in a convenient daily capsule. This innovative and natural product can assist in maintaining adequate prebiotic intake and has many potential benefits that may include: Building and strengthening healthy gut health, reduce bloating and gas, improving regular bowel movements, supporting immune health, enhancing control of appetite and weight, aiding uptake of nutrients from food and supplements and improving the appearance of your skin."
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From Our Blog
28 Aug, 2014
Constipation seems to be something that people keep to themselves, unlike the common cold which we are all comfortable talking with our friend’s about - ‘I was up all night, nose running, hacking cough and fever…it was terrible’. However, constipation does not seem to be much of a conversation starter “I have not pooped in four days” doesn’t really cut the mustard as good lunchroom conversation.
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