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You Aren’t What You Eat
Acidophilus is a probiotic that is part of a group of beneficial intestinal bacteria called lactobacilli. Acidophilus is present in the intestines at birth, plays a role in the production and absorption of nutrients, and supports liver detoxification.*
While beneficial to intestinal and overall health, Acidophilus can support normal bacteria balances in the body and immune system health.*
Yogurt is probably the most well-known of food that contains acidophilus. Other foods that contain acidophilus include sauerkraut, kombucha, kimchi, kefir, and many other fermented food products.
Read on to learn about what Acidophilus can do for you!
Let Your Liver Live*
Acidophilus has been suggested to support healthy digestion by helping the body destroy bad bacteria and by promoting the breaking down of sugars in the stomach.*
It is important to have plenty of good bacteria (probiotic) in the body for healthy digestion and immune system health.
Anyone having occasional issues with digestion can find a use for supplementing with Acidophilus.* This healthy probiotic supplement is safe and effective for supporting healthy digestion.*
Safeguard This Supplement
As a general rule, one can consume 1-2 billion CFUs of Acidophilus per day. Acidophilus should be taken with food and stored in a cool place. Heating and freezing acidophilus will kill it, so keep it at room temperature.
Some people may experience a little stomach gas for the first week, as your body adjusts to the bacterial shift.
Always follow any acidophilus product's package directions for the safest and best results!