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Vision First Pro Biotic 60B Gut health

Vision First ProBiotic 60b is an advanced probiotic and prebiotic formula designed to improve your overall health and wellness. Our unique blend of Bifidobacterium Lactis, Lactobacillus Plantarum, and other microorganisms provides a powerful source of beneficial bacteria that help promote healthy gut function. Efficient digestion is essential to the body and digestive tract functioning properly.

With Vision First ProBiotic 60b, you can rest assured that all the components necessary for optimal performance are being met. Through a simple supplement, you can help ensure that your digestion continues to operate efficiently while promoting the growth and activity of beneficial bacteria in your gut. In addition, Vision First ProBiotic 60b provides excellent nutritional benefits with minimal effort on your behalf, allowing you to get the full potential from each component present in our comprehensive product. Get started on your path to healthier living today with Vision First ProBiotic 60b.

Pro Biotic Gut Technology

Maktrek Bi-Pass Technology - A variety of health problems can be helped by probiotics. Ensure that the supplement you take has active CFU/g by the time it reaches your system if you want to receive the full benefits of probiotics. Because stomach and intestine enzymes break down probiotics, they do not properly absorb into your digestive tract.

A patented formula called MAKTrek Bi-Pass Technology improves the absorption of probiotics within the body. Due to this patented technology, digestive enzymes in the stomach and intestines cannot break down the capsule.

The MAKTrek Bi-Pass process creates a protective layer around the capsule that keeps the probiotics active in the stomach. In the digestive tract, the capsule breaks down and releases the probiotic into the body, ensuring better survival of the living, beneficial probiotic bacteria once they are released from the stomach.

Lactobacillus Acidophilus (La-14) - A member of the Lactobacillus genus, it plays an important role in human health. As its name implies, it produces lactic acid. This is accomplished by producing an enzyme called lactase. Lactose, a sugar found in milk, is broken down by lactase into lactic acid. (1)

High cholesterol levels may cause heart disease. Especially true for bad LDL cholesterol. Studies suggest that certain probiotics can reduce cholesterol levels, and Lactobacillus acidophilus may be more effective than other probiotic strains. (2)(3)

Bacteria in the intestine control food digestion and several other bodily functions. As a result, they affect your weight. There is some evidence that probiotics can help you lose weight, especially when multiple species are consumed together. According to a recent study that combined 17 human studies with over 60 animal studies, some lactobacilli species led to weight loss. (4)(5)

The immune system can be boosted by healthy bacteria like L acidophilus, which reduces the risk of viral infections. According to some studies, probiotics may prevent and improve common cold symptoms. (6)

Bifidobacterium Lactis (BL-04) - Your intestines are full of y-shaped bacteria called bifidobacteria. The beneficial bacteria have been discovered in nearly 50 species, each with unique functions and health benefits. Bifidobacteria make up less than 10% of the bacteria in the gut microbiome of adults, despite their importance to the body. (7)

Bifidobacteria deficiency in the intestine is associated with many diseases. Studies have shown that people with celiac disease, obesity, diabetes, allergic asthma, and dermatitis have lower levels of Bifidobacteria in their intestines than healthy individuals. Therefore, a number of studies have examined whether taking Bifidobacteria supplements can increase their abundance in the gut and improve disease symptoms. (8)(9)

Lactobacillus Plantarum (Lp-115) - Lactobacillus plantarum is a strain of probiotic bacteria that naturally inhabits the mouth and gut. Food is broken down, nutrients are absorbed, and "bad" microorganisms in the digestive tract are controlled. Probiotic supplements and fermented foods like yogurt, kimchi, sauerkraut, and kefir also contain it. As with many strains of probiotic bacteria, Lactobacillus plantarum is touted as a natural way to improve digestion and immunity. Furthermore, Lactobacillus plantarum promotes weight loss, enhances athletic performance, and sharpens memory. (10)(11)

Lactobacillus Paracasei (Lpc-37) - A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, and parallel clinical trial (the Sisu study) of Lacticaseibacillus paracasei improves psychological and physiological markers of stress and anxiety in healthy adults. (12)

Marine Polysaccharide Complex - Carrageenan, alginate, and fucoidan are marine polysaccharides. Animal sources provide hyaluronan and chitosan. Polysaccharides from marine sources are biocompatible, biodegradable, antimicrobial, adhesive, and anti-inflammatory. (13)(14)

Quality Pre Biotics

Fructooligosaccharide (FOS) - FOS complexes are considered prebiotics. As opposed to probiotics, prebiotics help feed the good bacteria in the intestines. Often, FOS is used in baby formula as a way to feed the beneficial bacteria in the intestines for infants. (15)

According to a recent review in Acta Cirurgica Brasileira, FOS can reduce animal cholesterol levels in study. Animals fed a calorie-restricted diet with FOS lost weight as well. Diabetes patients may also benefit from FOS. According to a review published in Nutrients, FOS may help balance blood sugar levels in the body. FOS consumption was associated with a decrease in serum glucose levels, according to the researchers. (16)(17)