Flora Immune™ for Health and
Picture a springtime-fresh green lawn as the
summer sun takes its toll… That luscious green can fade into brown after long
hours of harsh, hot sun.
To survive nature’s toil, your lawn requires
careful watering, perhaps a little fertilizer, cleaning up and reseeding to
ensure it returns to its healthy green condition.
Your gut isn’t any
different. Equally ravaged by stress, poor diet, occasional antibiotics, and
other factors, it also needs extra care to survive and perform at its optimal
To truly thrive, your gastrointestinal tract
requires help to clean, “reseed”, and nourish itself.
When you have a healthy balance of microbes in
your gut, you feel energetic and enjoy an overall sense of well being.*
Upset the balance of your gastrointestinal tract
and you can experience a number of symptoms… When your bowel becomes loaded
with undigested matter and gases, it can become a toxic breeding ground.
Toxic substances can potentially pierce holes in
your intestinal membrane and escape into your blood stream, leading to what’s
known as ‘auto intoxication’.
Bacteria Can Potentially HELP You Live a Long, Healthy Life*
Most people don’t expect bacteria to help them
feel healthier, much less live a long, healthy life. But throughout history,
cultures have known about and taken advantage of bacteria to support their
health and well-being.
Take fermented foods for example. Sauerkraut and
kefir have long been treasured for their ability to help “reseed” and nourish
the good bacteria naturally found in the gut.
In 1905, Russian biologist and Nobel Prize
winner Dr. Élie Metchnikoff
recognized the importance of regular use of Lactobacilli for longevity and disease-free
health.* He was the first doctor to understand and explain what happens when
good or friendly bacteria dies off in the intestines.
However, with the advance of the so-called
“Golden Age of Medicine”, complete with rampant surgery, drug and antibiotic
use, Dr. Metchnikoff’s Theory of Longevity became all but a faint memory.
You live in a much different world than that of
your grandparents. The insults your gut must overcome are far greater.
We live at a faster pace, we’re encouraged to
take antibiotics and sulfa drugs for every infection, consume a
less-than-optimal diet (often loaded with hidden antibiotics!), and experience
sources of stress our grandparents never dreamed possible!
For optimal health, replenishing the good
bacteria in your gut is no longer optional.* To help keep friendly bacteria
thriving – and to promote health – supplementation has become a necessity.*
Popular Lactobacillus May NOT Be The Answer
So how can you help regain a healthy balance of
microbes in your gut, even if you’ve recently used antibiotics, deal with a
stressful lifestyle or consume a less-than-perfect diet?
Lactobacilli – or lactic acid bacteria – are
especially valuable microbes that normally live in your intestines and your
mouth. However, with over 200 different strains of Lactobacillus in existence,
each strain works differently to reseed and nourish your gut.
Many people turn to Lactobacillus acidophilus,
if for no other reason than it’s been the standard for years and it’s the
strain found in popular cultured dairy products.
But recent research shows it may not be the best
form after all. Very few cells of Lactobacillus acidophilus survive normal
stomach juices to ever make it to the intestines to produce enough lactic acid.
Another alternative, acidophilus bifidus isn’t
much better… It produces a form of lactic acid that may be incompletely
metabolized when used in excess. It can lead to metabolic acidosis and even be
toxic to your brain.
and Nourishing Your Gut As Easy As 1 - 2…
sporogenes, first isolated in 1949, is a harmless bacteria that normally lives in
your intestine. Research shows it supports your health in multiple ways:*
Helps clean friendly bacteria and destroy bad
Produces an abundant supply of lactic acid to
Assists nutrient absorption into your body*
Produces oxygen in your small intestine*
Produces vitamin K and B complex vitamins*
Helps protect friendly bacteria, even in the
presence of antibiotics*
Unlike the type of
potentially harmful lactic acid produced by Acidophilus bifidus, the type
produced by Lactobacillus sporogenes metabolizes completely to glycogen so your
body can use it for energy.*
Plus, this type of
beneficial lactic acid – L (+) lactic acid – allows the good bacteria in your
gut to flourish and helps prevent the overgrowth of pathogens.*
Unlike its close cousin
Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus
sporogenes forms very stable spores to survive hostile gastric juices and the
pH changes that take place in the intestines.
The spores of Lactobacillus
sporogenes travel readily throughout your gut. In your stomach, the spore coat
absorbs moisture and begins to swell. Once each spore reaches your small
intestines, the inner lactobacillus bacterium releases itself from the spore,
ready to germinate and multiply. Each bacterium doubles every 30 minutes!
Unlike other types of
Lactobacillus, sporogenes requires NO refrigeration and is unaffected by light
Immune™+ Aloe Immune = A Super Immune System
Immune™ is our patented probiotic formula featuring as its primary ingredient Lactobacillus sporogenes. Plus we’ve added
Fructooligosaccharides (FOS) to provide “food” for the care and tending of your
gut’s good bacteria.*
Always seeking ways to push immune support to
its optimal limits, we discovered an interesting phenomenon when we combined Flora Immune with our flagship product Aloe Immune.
When you combine
Flora Immune with Aloe Immune, you ignite a very
effective surveillance team for your immune system.* Lactobacillus sporogenes
maintains “housekeeping” and fuels your friendly bacteria while the aloe
polymannans signal for defense and help repair damaged tissue.*
This perfect duo offers an unsurpassed
opportunity for optimal immune function as well as cellular and gut nutrition!*
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