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When nothing else seems to work, Ultimate Flora Critical Care DOES! Ultimate Flora Critical Care's blend of 50 Billion active cultures from 10 different strains in a 'once a day' serving helps ensure a healthy microbacterial environment in the intestinal tract. Ultimate Flora Critical Care contains therapeutic levels of both Lactobacilli and Bifidobacterium, making it the most complete and effective probiotic supplement on the market. [CAPS]
Ultimate Flora Critical Care Blend 336mg
Bifidobacterium bifidum (HA 132) 25 billion
Lactobacillus acidophilus (HA 122) 10 billion
Lactobacillus casei (HA-108) 8.875 billion
Bifidobacterium breve (HA 129) 4 billion
Bifidobacterium longum (HA-135) 1 billion
Lactobacillus fermentum (HA-179) 250 million
Lactobacillus rhamnosus (HA-111) 250 million
Lactobacillus rhamnosus (HA- 114) 250 million
Lactobacillus plantarum (HA-119) 250 million
Lactobacillus salivarius (HA-118) 250 million

Other Ingredient:
Vegetable capsules (Hypromellose, water), aqueous enteric coating,
FOS (fructooligosaccharides)


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ULTIMATE FLORA CRITICAL CARE Ultimate Flora Critical Care 50 Billion is a probiotic formulated specifically for people who are engaging in or have recently completed a course of antibiotics. What makes Ultimate Flora Critical Care different from other probiotics is its high Bifidobacteria count, the bacteria most prevalent in your large intestine. Ultimate FloraCritical Care is also for people who have particularly troublesome digestive tracts.* Antibiotic is a word that means "against life"; they kill both good and bad bacteria. Maintaining your good bacteria is important during and after the use of antibiotics.* While doctors commonly recommend eating yogurt or taking probiotic supplements during and after a course of antibiotics, most yogurts and probiotic supplements do not provide either enough probiotics or enough Bifidobacteria, the most prevalent probiotic in your digestive system. Ultimate Flora Critical Care was designed to support the probiotic balance in both the small and large intestines. Each capsule contains 30 billion live Bifidobacteria, the primary resident of the large intestine. To help maintain the balance of probiotics in the small intestine,* Ultimate Flora Critical Care provides 20 billion liveLactobacillus cultures. Bifidobacteria are critical to the large intestine because they: • Help to manufacture vitamin K, a needed vitamin for blood clotting • Help to manufacture B vitamins, including B12 • Ferment soluble fiber and produce a short-chain fatty acid called butyric acid, a substance that feeds the cells of the colon • Produce anti-bacterial compounds and acids, which create an unfriendly environment for potentially harmful bacteria • Promote regularity The Lactobacillus species produce enzymes to help digest foods and antibacterial compounds and acids to create an unfriendly environment for harmful bacteria in the small intestine. When using probiotics, it’s important to choose a probiotic supplement that supports both sections of the intestinal tract. Maintaining Intestinal Health Many foods that we eat, other substances we consume and our lifestyles contribute to intestinal disorders. Highly processed foods, alcohol, medications and tobacco are difficult for our body to break down and may also physically damage the digestive lining. Processed foods are also deficient in nutrients so not only does the body have to work extra hard to digest the food, but it also gets depleted of the things it needs to do its work. Water and fibre intake is important to have proper moisture and bulk in the stool and make bowel movements regular. Stress, anxiety and other emotional concerns put our nervous system in an excited state. Our digestive processes are only fully functional when our nervous system is relaxed. Sedentary lifestyles decrease movement throughout the digestive tract. As our transit time slows there is more opportunity for the re-absorption of processed toxins and greater chance of microbial overgrowth. Slow transit time also dries the stool and makes it more difficult to pass. Our body is designed so that each time we eat a meal we have a bowel movement. Many individuals can be considered constipated and have bowel movements less than once daily. One can eat the most nutritious food but if the intestinal membrane is not in good working order the body will not be able to absorb the nutrients. Some of the most important players in intestinal health are not part of our own body. Friendly intestinal bacteria, often called probiotics, are an essential part of digestion. They break down food particles, manufacture vitamins and prevent the infection of the tract with other microbes. Each bowel movement actually contains millions of these friendly bacteria; they are in a constant state of renewal. Many concerns like indigestion, gas, bloating and constipation can be due to an imbalance of the intestinal bacteria. It is easy to upset this balance by improper diet or taking medications like antibiotics. Food that support intestinal health are vegetarian protein, raw vegetables and fruits, whole grains, brown rice, potatoes, carrots, turnips, soy products and green drinks. Consume fermented products (if you have healthy digestion) like yogurt, kefir, quark, buttermilk and natural cheeses to replenish the friendly bacteria that assist with nutrient digestion. Broil or bake fish and meats instead of frying. Steam vegetables lightly. Limit or avoid: sugar, refined foods, alcohol, nicotine, coffee and other intestinal irritants.

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