Saturday, May 31, 2014

Whole Aloe Juice and Probiotics

Whole-leaf Aloe Juice and probiotics

Probiotics or not? The hottest miracle-buzz word is “probiotics”. Probiotics have
gained their fame as “good” gut bacteria that heal by fighting “bad” bacteria and
enhancing bioavailability of nutrients. Many research reports reveal great therapeutic
effects achieved with probiotics. Research also issue warnings that probiotics may
lead to serious health problems in certain individuals, e.g. probiotics may cancel the
effects of antibiotics or lead to antibiotic resistance.

Also, patients with a compromised immune system, frail individuals and very young children are strongly advised against taking probiotics.

Should you take probiotics? Before taking ANY supplements: consider your own
health and your medication. Read the pamphlets that came with the medicine: be wellinformed
about counter-indications, side effects and interactions with other medicines.

If you don’t understand a pamphlet, ask your doctor to explain the details and tell
him/her about the supplement(s) you intend to take. When risks are eliminated: GO

Do Aloe Ferox products contain probiotics? No. A business always has to balance
potential products against current business strategies, such as maintaining products
that work well; adapting or eliminating non-movers; and adding new innovations,
which are in line with company direction. While adding probiotics to Whole-leaf Aloe
Juice may sound exciting, local and export sales figures say that Whole-leaf Aloe
Juice works very well in its current form. Consumer feedback echoes this: individuals
who take a small amount daily, experience marvelous improvements in their general
health and those who use larger quantities for a short period (e.g. to fight off oncoming
sniffles), manage to safeguard themselves.

Adding probiotics, would not only exclude the fragile, young and immune compromised individuals from using our juice, it also goes against business sense to change a mainstay.

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