Probiotics help reduce blood cholesterol in 3 different
1- Probiotics create acids that counter cholesterol
As probiotic bacteria digest fiber in your intestines,
they produce acids. One of the acids (called proprionic
acid) decreases production of cholesterol by the liver.
Less cholesterol produced by the liver means less to
accumulate in your veins.
2- Probiotics break down liver bile acids
Bile acids help your body digest fats, and your liver
manufactures these bile acids from cholesterol.
Usually your liver recycles bile acids and uses them over
and over. But probiotics break down bile acids, so your
liver has to make more...and so it uses up more cholesterol
in the process.
More cholesterol used by the liver to make bile acids
means less to flow through your bloodstream.
3- Probiotics actually eat cholesterol
Probiotic bacteria have been shown to break down
cholesterol and use it for nourishment. That's less to
build up and narrow your arteries.
One of Super Shield's medical-grade strains of bacteria,
Lactobacillus Acidophilus DDS-1, is a terminator when it
comes to fighting cholesterol--it's a bacteria that eats
cholesterol like I mentioned above.
In addition, Super Shield's Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG and
Lactobacillus bulgaricus NX5856 are also known for helping
to reduce and control cholesterol levels.
Plus ALL of Super Shield's 13 strains of research grade
bacteria help to strengthen your immune system (including
your regulatory T cells) and encourage it to act
appropriately--not overzealously--when it comes to
infection or artery damage.
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About the Author
Sherry Brescia is a natural health researcher, president
of Holistic Blends, Inc. and author of the mega best-
selling Great Taste No Pain Health System.
She has over 20 years experience in the medical research
field, and cured herself from IBS in 1992 by changing her
diet and eating the way she now teaches in her Great Taste
No Pain system.
Sherry has made it her life's mission to help others with
digestive challenges by educating them about the role of
diet in overall health and the importance of an alkaline pH.
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