Sunday, September 23, 2012

Provella probiotics promote digestive, feminine and immune health


(Don't you just love this chart? Check out the normal bacteria that your body needs)
Have you heard of probiotics? Have you ever taken any? Do you know what they are? They are all over the news and blogs these days. Here is the scoop!
Probiotics are micro bacteria strains that can be used to restore or maintain the body's normal flora that gets disrupted from medications, foods, changes in hormones, diet, etc. The Provella Probiotic Dietary Supplements have a proprietary blend of 6 bacteria strains specifically chosen to support the female digestive, feminine and immune health. These small pills are not drugs but provide micro bacteria strains that your body actually needs. Did you know that not all bacteria is bad?  

Ever heard of Lactobacillus acidolphilus, Lactobacillus fermentum, Lactobacillus plantarum, Lactobacillus reuteri, Lactobacillus rhamnosus and Bifobacterium bifidum? Sounds like something I learned in Microbiology class! Enjoy this educational video about Provella and learn more about the bacterias.

 

Since the spring, I have been on a healthier lifestyle journey and take multivitamins daily with food. Just recently I started taking the Provella Probiotic Dietary Supplements which by the way isn't required to take with food. I was eager to participate in this product review so that I could see if these supplements would make a difference good or bad with my digestive,feminine or immune health. 

After two weeks of Provera I have to say that I really think they have helped my digestive health and keeping it regular as well as my sinus and seasonal allergies issues. This time of the year with the increased rain and increased mold counts I almost always have to take allergy medicine. So far I haven't taken any! I'm thinking my immune health must be doing pretty good to ward off my normal seasonal allergies and sinus issues. This could all be a combination of my healthier eating and exercise, daily vitamins and the added Provella probiotics. Since all is good, I'm keeping this up!

How about you? After reading this and watching the video have you learned anything new? Is this something you want to try? Guess what? You can print off a Provella coupon to SAVE $6 off and give it a try. Click HERE to get that coupon. You can also purchase Provella online at Drugstore.com.

I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Provella. I received product samples to facilitate my review and a promotional item to thank me for participating. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

2 comments:

optometrist said...

Great post about probiotics. This is what i'm looking for. THank you

Christine Eubanks said...

"Have you heard of probiotics? Have you ever taken any? Do you know what they are?"

Actually, I'm planning to buy one for my kids but I'm still clueless for the right probiotics. Can you help me out?

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