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So, probiotics. Do you know what a natural probiotic is? Don’t worry – I had no clue at first either.
“The term “probiotic” refers to live bacteria included in foods or dietary supplements that may help support host/bacteria interactions in the gastrointestinal tract. insync® is formulated with proprietary blends of bacterial strains of bifidobacteria and lactobacilli. insync® contains 3 billion live bacteria at time of manufacture and provides a minimum of 1 billion live bacteria at time of product expiration.” – Insync
Basically, these good bacteria help digestion – but once they hit your stomach (and stomach acid) they can go away. This probiotic helps to protect them from your stomach acid, so they can do their job! Insync Probiotics contain bifidobacteria and lactobacilli, both which are doctor recommended.
I’ve decided that 2014 is my year to get back in shape, and take care of my body the way I should have been all along. When I was in my last month of pregnancy with Levi, I decided enough was enough. I wasn’t taking care of my body the way I should have been and I was gaining weight and feeling sluggish. At that moment I made a change – a change that I can’t wait to continue. I’ve been making better choices when it comes to food, getting active when I can, and taking vitamins and supplements to help my body perform it’s best – and you know what? I’ve never felt better!
I picked up my Insync Probiotic from Walgreens – they have both a 30 & 60 pack available. I’m now wishing I would have splurged for the 60 pack because it would have saved me some dough in the long run, and I’m all about saving money!
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You can check out Insync Probiotic on Twitter HERE & Facebook HERE.
Have a happy (and healthy) Sunday!