Probiotic Supplements

Probiotic supplements are dietary supplements containing potentially beneficial yeasts or bacteria. 

When we take probiotics, we are actually adding bacteria back to our system. 

A normal human digestive tract contains about 400 different types of probiotic bacteria which promote a healthy digestive system and reduce the growth of harmful bacteria. Probiotics are bacteria that help maintain the natural balance of organisms in the intestines. 

Probiotic Supplements

Adding Good Bacteria to Help Drive Out the Bad


What do Probiotic Supplements do?

  • Manufacture B vitamins


  • Manufacture lactase


  • Control overpopulation of bad bacteria


  • Protect against the downside of antibiotics


  • Improve efficiency of digestive tract


  • Help to recycle estrogen


  • Support and strengthen the immune system


  • Produce natural antibiotics


  • Enhance nutrient absorption


  • Assist in the treatment of food allergies


  • Provide resistance against damage from pollutants and radiation

Natural Creations the Enterbiotic Group

Enterobiotic supplements combine complimentary strains of bifidobacteria, lactobacilli, streptococci and saccharomyces boulardii, a symbiotic yeast. This unique combination provides optimum efficiencies as a probiotic that readily colonizes in all areas of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. 

These Natural Creations products are specifically formulated to reduce GI problems such as diarrhea, flatulence and belching. 

Probiotic supplements can help control overgrowth of yeast and inhibit growth of harmful microorganisms. Probiotics replenish living organisms naturally in the human intestinal tract. 

These medications contribute to vitamin B production and bile detoxification and also inhance enzyme activity. They have thought to combat leaky gut syndrome and support the body in natural detoxification. 

Probiotic supplements also assist in healing the underlying cause of many other disorders.

Probiotics are essential to maintain a healthy digestive tract. Natural Creations carries three different probiotic products. Each product caters to a specific need, allowing the health care provider to choose the best option for the consumer. 


Enterobiotic

ENTEROBIOTIC is the original probiotic product containing Sacchromyces Boulardil. Saccharomyces Boulardii is a yeast that has been shown to improve the immune system markers and enhance enzyme activity in the intestinal mucosa. It also protects the GI tract from amoebas, cholera and alleviates diarrhea. 

ENTEROBIOTIC is a good overall probiotic that contains many lactobacillus and bifidobacterium organisms as well as streptococcus thermophilus and enterococcus faecium. 

These organisms inhibit the growth of many pathogenic bacteria and the Streptococcus Thermophilus also enhances digestion of milk sugars. 

Lactobacilli are important in...

  • producing "natural" antibiotics


  • synthesis of B vitamins


  • protecting against pathogenic organisms


  • helping to detoxify toxic metabolites of other bacteria


  • improving lactose intolerance


  • promoting a proper cholesterol metabolism

Enterobiotic Plus

ENTEROBIOTIC PLUS is the same formula as the Enterobiotic with the addition of soil based organisms. 

In addition to helping the GI tract break down food, soil based organisms also help eliminate accumulated putrefaction. 

Putrefied foods that sit in the GI tract increase toxins and carcinogenic substances within the body that could possibly enter the bloodstream through the GI mucosa. 


Soil based organisms also support cell functions to help...

  • eliminate toxins


  • eliminate a variety of pathological fungi


  • produce superoxide dismutase and produce lactoferrin


  • stimulate interferon and lymphocyte production


  • fight viruses and molds and directly enhance the immune system

Soil based organisms also produce specific types of DNA/RNA that is beneficial to the body and can help correct nutrient absorption deficiencies. 


Enterobiotic S-IGC

ENTEROBIOTIC S-IGC is the original enterobiotic with added colostrum and immunoglobulins. Colostrum is the first mammary secretions of a mammal that are rich in many immune factors, including lymphocytes and Ig factors. 

Immunoglobulins are specific protein substances that participate in various immune responses to bacteria and foreign substances in the body. 

These good bacteria do a lot to help us feel well. 

Ten percent of our daily energy supply comes from organic acids that the friendly bacteria produce. That can really make a difference in how one gets through the day. 

They also produce a good portion of our B vitamins, which are responsible for a lot of energy production. 

They inhibit the growth of 23 toxin producing organisms and tumors. 


Probiotic Supplments...

If there are enough of the good guys in the intestinal tract they simply crowd out the bad.

This acts as a barrier of protection against infection causing organisms. 

Other benefits of probiotic supplements...

  • Produce Hydrogen peroxide, which inhibits candida yeast production.


  • Keep the body’s pH at the optimal level for proper function.


  • Produce enzymes, which aid in food digestion.


  • Produce the body’s own natural antibiotics.


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