Seraph & Cherub



Hi there!


 I have been researching the subject of Probiotics,
these healthy bacteria which live
in our intestines,
for a very long time now.
It is a fascinating subject and there have been
lots of claims for these little “angels”.



The Claims


1)   They support our Immune System.

2)   They reverse Intestinal Inflammations.

3)   They assist with Gluten Sensitivity.

4)   They promote Vaginal Health.

5)   They help prevent various Cancers.

6)   They help with the Digestion process.

7)   They fight Free Radicals.

8)   They preserve all the Key Nutrients in our body.

9)   They boost our Heart Health.


From the moment we are born we are exposed
to our mother’s good bacteria,
which then start
migrating in to our intestines.

Since ancient times people have been eating
various fermented foods to promote
the growth
of these friendly bacteria in their bodies, and
protect themselves from
different illnesses.
As we grow old and mature our bacterial
colonies are threatened by every day dangers
like, antibiotics, processed foods, stress, chlorine,
alcohol and smoking.
In order for us to enjoy their benefits they have
to exist in the right balance.


There are two ways we can enhance the
probiotic colonies in our body:


(A)   Eating fermented common foods on a daily basis:

        The Delicious Helpers

            1)   Live Goat Yogurt
            2)   Kefir made with Goat Milk
            3)   Sauerkraut, Fermented Cabbage
            4)   Dark Chocolate of high quality
            5)   Miso, Japanese Soup
            6)   Pickled Vegetables without preservatives
            7)   Tempeh, Fermented Soya Beans


(B)   Taking a probiotic supplement of the most used strains.


        The Invisible Helpers

            1)   Lactobacillus Acidophilus
            2)   Lactobacillus Rhamnosus
            3)   Lactobacillus Paracasei
            4)   Bifidobacterium Lactis
If you take a supplement you do not need to take it everyday.
Three to four times a week will be sufficient.


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