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Fivelac - Anti Candida Probiotic Information
FiveLac is the culmination of many years of scientific research and is designed to provide beneficial intestinal micro-flora. Balanced intestinal micro-flora has been proven to remove foreign bodies from the intestine and thus fight infection such as yeast and fungus.
With the development of FiveLac the question arises, is FiveLac better than ThreeLac? The answer is complicated. ThreeLac is the revolutionary supplement providing temporary relief from yeast and fungus overgrowth. It uses three live bacteria: Bacillus Coagulans, Bacillus Subtilis, and Enterococcus Faecalis and is successful for millions of customers worldwide. FiveLac is a more powerful and enhanced formulation for relief from yeast and fungus overgrowth. What's the improvement? GHT has added two additional probiotic strains to its formula.
The addition of the two new strains of probiotics in no way takes away from the original formula's effectiveness. We have only enhanced an already great product. Through research and development GHT discovered that there was an area for improvement in ThreeLac. Rather than compromise ThreeLac’s formula and change the product that countless satisfied customers have come to know, GHT developed something new and potentially better. FiveLac has two additional live bacteria that make its formula even more effective against yeast and fungus overgrowth. FiveLac combines the three live bacteria in ThreeLac with Lactobacillus Acidophilus (improves gastrointestinal function) and Bifidobacterium Longum (blocks the growth of harmful bacteria) ultimately providing the best defense against yeast overgrowth.
FiveLac also contains fiber, yeast (as food for bacteria), and vitamins, to support additional daily health and wellness needs.
Complete Intestinal Micro-Flora
A person with ideal intestinal micro-flora has healthy bacteria to assist with the relief of occasional yeast and fungus overgrowth and its symptoms including:
Take one packet a day to start. Empty the packet contents into your mouth and follow with a few ounces of water. Or add powder to a few ounces of water and drink. If additional support is desired, you may build gradually to a higher number of packets for the first 60 days. Amount needed may vary from person to person. Packets may be taken at any time of day, with or without meals. After 60 days, you may reduce to maintenance of 1 packet per day, as desired. Store in a cool, dry location. Do not store in an area that will reach above 120 degrees Fahrenheit or in direct sunlight. Freezing or refrigeration is neither recommended nor required. Use individual packets within 24 hours of opening.
Bacillus coagulans: Helps with lactose intolerance, digestion problems, stomach conditions, and controlling normal levels of cholesterol. It also enhances the immune response and inhibits bacterial pathogens. Bacillus coagulans is also marketed and known as Lactobacillus sporogenes.
Bacillus subtilis: Is a strong probiotic that combats harmful microorganisms in the human body particularly pathogenic bacteria that cause dysentery.
Enterococcus faecalis F-100: The Enterococci constitute a major genus of the lactic acid bacteria (LAB). Some Enterococci strains are used successfully as human probiotics in health supplements, like FiveLac and ThreeLac. Their success as probiotics has been attributed to factors such as acid and bile resistance.
Lactobacillus acidophilus: Some strains of L. acidophilus are considered "friendly" bacteria. These healthy bacteria inhabit the intestines and vagina and protect against unhealthy organisms. The breakdown of nutrients by L. acidophilus produces lactic acid, hydrogen peroxide, and other byproducts that make the environment hostile for undesired organisms.
L. acidophilus also tends to consume the nutrients many other harmful microorganisms depend on. During digestion, L. acidophilus also assists in the production of niacin, folic acid, and pyridoxine.
Lactose intolerance: It is known that lactose intolerant people can digest the lactose in yogurt better than the same amount of lactose in milk because of the Lactobacillus acidophilus.
Bifidobacterium longum: One of the most important residents in the human gastrointestinal tract, B. longum keeps the digestive system running smoothly, blocks the growth of harmful bacteria, and boosts the immune system.
FiveLac's other ingredients:
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