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7 tips for a healthy microflora

Microflora Intestinal

Did you know that in our digestive system live about 100 billion bacteria of hundreds of species?

  • We have bacteria that help for good digestion and absorption of nutrients in food

  • We have bacteria that protect from bad bacteria that can cause infections

We have bacteria that activate and strengthen the immune system

When the intestinal flora loses the balance of its bacteria, infections, allergies, and skin problems develop. It can also cause constipation, diarrhea, poor digestion, gas, or cramping.



What are probiotics and prebiotics?

Probiotics are microorganisms that help improve, restore and maintain flora. Prebiotics are a type of fiber that stimulates the growth of flora.



7 tips for a healthy microflora


1. Eat five times a day: breakfast, lunch, and dinner plus two snacks

2. Increases fiber consumption and reduces the consumption of fat meats

3. Consume yogurts (uns sugar), cheeses, and fermented milks

4. Drink eight glasses of water a day

5. Go to the bathroom when you feel the need to evacuate, don't put up with it

6. You have physical activity

7. Integrate the use of probiotics and prebiotics into your diet


Foods that help the microflora

  • fermented cabbage (sauerkraut)

  • fermented vegetables (kimchi)

  • miso soup

  • yogurt (kefir)

  • pickles

  • fermented soy as cheese (tempeh)

  • yogurt

  • Garlic

  • Asparagus

  • bananas

  • leeks

  • Onions

  • whole grains


 



OPTIFLORA is a unique two-product digestive health system that helps maintain a healthy balance of gut microorganisms to promote long-term gut health.* Once probiotics are added to the digestive system, prebiotics can release important nutrients that healthy gut bacteria need to grow and flourish.


**These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). No disease is intended to be diagnosed, treated, cured, or prevented by this product.

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