Probiotic rotation can enhance overall microbial biodiversity in the G.I. tract.  The premise is that undesirable bacteria and microorganisms will be more effectively defeated by a larger contingency of probiotic strains. For example, certain probiotic strains colonize more effectively in specific areas of the G.I. tract – Lactobacilli do better in the small intestine while Bifidobacteria prefer the colon.

Master Supplements Inc., well known for their medical strength probiotic ...

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Everyone is very familiar with antibiotics and their intended goal - to kill harmful bacteria that cause us to be sick. The conundrum here is that antibiotics also kill the beneficial bacteria that live in our digestive tract, which can cause other issues such as diarrhea or lowered intestinal immunity.

It is for this reason that it is STRONGLY recommended that patients take a daily probiotic whenever their doctor prescribes an antibiotic. BUT - it must be done far enough apart from the...

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To keep your intestinal tract healthy and your bowels regular it is important to eat at least 25 grams of fiber daily. There are two fiber types, insoluble and soluble, and neither is digested by enzymes produced in the human body.

Insoluble fiber, known as roughage, is mostly composed of cellulose and serves as a bulking agent in the intestinal tract. A bran muffin contains insoluble fiber. Soluble fiber, the real star of the fiber show, performs vital prebiotic functions in the intestinal...

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ENZALASE® contains 12 high potency digestive enzymes, the stated activity of each enzyme is guaranteed through the expiration date printed on the product’s label. All 12 enzymes are protected from stomach acid and pepsin by a food grade, carbohydrate from seaweed called sodium alginate (Patent Pending). This acid-proof protection assures that the enzymes in ENZALASE® will get delivered unharmed and fully active into the small intestine where they complement the body’s...

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The human body uses over 100,000 enzymes -- about a dozen are responsible for digesting the food we eat. As we age, our body's production of these digestive enzymes decreases by 1 to 2 percent per year. Aging also decreases the number of beneficial probiotic bacteria in our intestinal tract. Genetic, environmental and dietary factors can cause these negative effects in younger people as well.

ENZALASE®, the enzyme master supplement, rejuvenates your digestive system with 12 high potency...

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Enzalase®, with one US patent and two others pending, is the most advanced digestive enzyme supplement available. The following information summarizes the technologies that underpin these discoveries:

Patent #1: Enhancement of Fat Digestion (US Patent 8,066,986).

Enzalase® contains 6,000 FIP Units of lipase activity, the principal enzyme responsible for fat digestion. This amount of lipase is much higher than what is found in other enzyme supplements. Since lipase is one of the most...

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