You need an effective probiotic like Super Shield because
there are factors that affect the bacteria in your
intestines that can't be fixed by diet... even an excellent
Not enough sleep
The bacteria in your gut are directly affected by your
circadian rhythms, which are the regular physical and
mental changes that occur in your body over 24 hours (your
When you sleep your body produces the hormone melatonin,
and this causes your white blood cell production to
increase. These white blood cells attack and kill the
unfriendly bacteria in your gut. White blood cells also
increase production of T cells and natural killer cells,
which both also destroy bad bacteria.
So when you don't get a full 8 hours of sleep (and who
does these days), you're missing out on your body's natural
nighttime attack against bad bacteria... so you
automaticaly have more bad bacteria in your gut.
Stress attacks your intestines
Your mind and body are connected. Many scientists now say
the mind and body are one, not separate. There is no
clearer evidence of this than the relationship between
stress and your gut. For example, just think of the last
time you got a stomach ache or butterflies in your stomach
when you were nervous. It probably happend instantly as
soon as you had the "stressful" thought.
Chronic stress attacks the protective mucousal lining of
the intestines. Stress makes it so the intestine can't
fight off unfriendly bacteria and other pathogens like e-
coli and salmonella. So the bad flora grows and makes you
a target for leaky gut syndrome.
Chlorinated water (which includes the tap water that comes
out of your faucet at home) kills the beneficial bacteria
in your intestinal tract. This is bad, because unless you
have enough healthy flora (probiotics) in your intestines,
the bad bacteria can easily take over your intestinal
In addition, chlorinated water also contains carcinogens
(cancer-causing agents) that harm your immune system
The meaning of the word probiotic is pro-life.
So...antibiotic means anti-life.
Although the importance of antibiotics cannot be
questioned, antibiotics not only kill the disease-causing
bacteria in your body, but antibiotics kill the good
bacteria as well.
This means that after a good round of antibiotics, your
gut flora is in turmoil and the bad bacteria typically end
up crowding out the good. Can you say pain! Diarrhea!!
Lungs aren't the only things that smoking harms.
When you inhale smoke, it also enters your stomach and
intestines. Once it reaches the intestines, the nicotene
and 6,000 other chemicals in cigarette smoke destroy the
good bacteria and make it difficult or impossible for them
to survive and multiply. That's why smokers often have
massive problems from their throats all the way to the
other end. Never thought about smoking as a cause to your
digestive troubles, I bet, did you?
Cigarette smoke also generates high levels of free
radicals, which deplete your body of disease-fighting
antioxidants and the nutrients needed for your friendly
So, in order to give the population of good bacteria in
your gut a fighting chance, it's essential to supplement
with probiotics. A healthy diet is important, but as you
can see, it's not enough for most people. Too many other
factors can get in the way.
Give your body the best possible defense against
intestinal flora imbalance and all the GI problems and
immune system harm it can cause.
Let Super Shield, the most powerful probiotic on earth,
help keep your intestinal flora where it needs to be for
you to feel great.