AloeCure Probiotic & Enzyme
Probiotics are good bacteria like those that live naturally in your digestive tract, and are important in supporting your digestive and immune health. The simple and effective way to maintain a healthy digestive and immune system is AloeCure Probiotic + Enzyme Blend. It naturally helps fortify your digestive system with healthy bacteria 24/7.
- Replenish your body’s good bacteria*
- Support the immune system*
- Helps break food into nutrients and waste*
- Supports digestive health*
- 1 bottle is a 30 day supply
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Each AloeCure Probiotic + Enzyme capsule, provided by American Global Health Group, LLC, contains over two billion beneficial biorganisms, including representatives of both the lactobacillus and bifidobacterium genera, mixed in a base of digestive enzymes.
Oral supplements of live, beneficial intestinal micro-organisms for nutritional health and well-being are known as probiotics. The primary digestive enzymes proteases, amylases and lipasesâ€”function as biological catalysts, helping to break down protein, carbohydrates and fats. Metabolic enzymes are responsible for the structuring, repair and remodeling of every cell.
Probiotic dietary lactobacilli colonize the intestinal tract, depending on the specific bacterium-to host affinity. Bacteria are continually in competition for colonization space. The original bacterial colonies have an advantage over transient bacteria. Nevertheless, the composition of the intestinal microflora is dynamic and constantly changing. If harmful microorganisms proliferate, the equilibrium is disturbed, and it becomes difficult even for indigenous bacteria to maintain their necessary territory to colonize the intestine. Antibiotics tend to kill off both beneficial and harmful bacteria, and thus may also disturb the normal, healthy balance of intestinal microorganisms. When potent probiotic supplements, such as AloeCureÂ®, are supplied regularly, chances are greatly increased for establishing and maintaining a healthy population of beneficial intestinal microorganisms. Once established, a normal intestinal micro-flora rich in lactobacilli creates acidic conditions that are unfavorable for the settlement of pathogenic microorganisms.
Probiotics have been shown to exert a beneficial support through modification of the immune system host via the gut environment. Clinical trials also suggest that the exposure to microbes through the gastrointestinal tract powerfully shapes immune function. Lactobacillus rhamnosus is one of the most widely studied probiotics, noted and valued for its ability to survive in the harsh conditions of the digestive and urinary tracts. L. rhamnosus is extremely well tolerated by men and women with very rare side effects. Studies have shown that, taken regularly, L. rhamnosus can be an effective supplement in promoting and maintaining digestive tract health.
The ability for probiotic cultures to survive stomach acidity and pH has been in question. Bifidobacterium was studied in vitro to be extremely resistant to low pH and bile acids in the duodenum.
L. acidophilus incorporates proprietary cryoprotectant agents and stabilizers specifically designed to protect the organism and enhance stability. Clinical analysis of DDS-1 and bifidobacterium also shows increased binding to human intestinal walls and protective effects of intestinal colonization. Certain bacterial acids in the intestines produce secondary bile acids, which have been implicated as promoters of colon carcinogenesis. One study indicated that L. acidophilus decreased the potential for bacterial transformations of primary bile acid.
Digestive Enzymes are secreted along the digestive tract to break down food into nutrients and waste.
The primary digestive enzymes proteases, amylases and lipases’s function as biological catalysts, helping to break down protein, carbohydrates and fats.
Since most of the foods we eat are cooked or processed in some way, and since the raw foods we do eat contain only enough enzymes to process that particular food, our bodies must produce the majority of the digestive enzymes we require, unless we use supplementation to aid in the digestive process. All bodily functions can be enhanced and improved by supplemental enzymes.
There are varying degrees of enzyme deficiencies. At the extreme end of the spectrum is the inherited condition of cystic fibrosis, in which the enzymes needed to digest proteins, carbohydrates, and fats are either missing or are present in reduced amounts. Other severe conditions that are associated with enzyme deficiencies include pancreatic insufficiency, Celiac disease, and Crohn’s disease. The malabsorption of nutrients associated with these conditions greatly increases the risk of malnutrition.
Protease digests protein. Acidity is created through the digestion of protein. A protease deficiency results in an alkaline excess in the blood. This alkaline environment can cause anxiety and insomnia. Since protein is required to carry protein bound calcium in the blood, a protease deficiency lays the foundation of arthritis, osteoporosis and other calcium deficient diseases.
Amylase digests carbohydrates along with dead white blood cells. When you are low in amylase you are a candidate for abscesses. Amylase is also involved in anti-inflammatory reactions. An Amylase deficiency can result in skin problems such as psoriasis, eczema, hives, allergic reactions, atopic dermatitis, and all types of herpes. Asthma and emphysema may also be exacerbated by an amylase deficiency.
Lipase digests fat, fat-soluble vitamins and balances fatty acids. Lipase deficient people have a tendency towards high cholesterol, high triglycerides, difficult weight loss and diabetes. Lipase deficient people also have decreased cell permeability, which can cause nutrient deficiencies within cells. Conditions such as vertigo or dizziness aggravated by movement can result from lipase deficiency.
Bromelain is obtained from the lower stems of the pineapple plant. It is a combination of enzymes that have shown to support healthy inflammatory response. Bromelain also acts to help prevent allergens from crossing the gastrointestinal tract, and assists in the breakdown of large macromolecular protein complexes. This reduces the chance that these complexes will leave the stomach untouched or in large fractions retaining their recognizable antigenic form that could pass through gastric or intestinal lesions thereby inducing an allergenic response.
The breakdown of dietary protein begins in the stomach where gastric hydrochloric acid assumes an important role in protein digestion and other processes. Hydrochloric acid acts as a catalyst in the activation of pepsin from pepsinogen. Active pepsin is a proteolytic enzyme which splits large protein molecules into smaller polypeptides. Additionally, hydrochloric acid acts directly on dietary proteins by loosening up their macromolecular structure (denaturing). Gastric hydrochloric acid also helps reduce poorly available trivalent ferric iron into more soluble and absorbable divalent ferrous iron. Another physiological role of gastric hydrochloric acid is to protect the body from food-borne enteric infections through its antibacterial properties.
AloeCure Probiotic + Enzyme blend capsules may be a useful dietary supplement to support intestinal and digestive health with meaningful amounts of beneficial microorganisms.
Adults take one capsule, 1 to 3 times daily or as directed by physician.
No adverse side effects have been reported.
Store in a cool, dry place, away from direct light. Keep out of reach of children.
Q: What are probiotics?
A: Probiotics are good bacteria like those that live naturally in your digestive tract, and are important in supporting your digestive and immune health.* While present in some whole food sources, probiotics can also be taken as a daily supplement to augment the good bacteria already living naturally in the digestive tract. Different types of probiotic bacteria, such as Lactobacillus acidophilus, provide digestive health benefits. Probiotic benefits can vary for everyone. AloeCure Probiotic + Enzyme is formulated to replenish the good bacteria in your body and to support the breakdown of food into nutrients and waste.*
Q: Why are probiotics important?
A: Your body contains a balance of bacteria, but your digestive and immune systems can be impacted if the good bacteria in your body are diminished. That's why it can be important to replenish your body's good bacteria with probiotics every day. Probiotics can be an important addition to a healthy you. Probiotic benefits can vary for everyone. AloeCure Probiotic + Enzyme is formulated to replenish the good bacteria in your body and to support the breakdown of food into nutrients and waste.*
Q: What is AloeCure Probiotic + Enzyme? How does it support my immune system?
A: AloeCure Probiotic + Enzyme is a daily probiotic supplement that naturally supports the immune system found in your digestive tract by replenishing your body's good bacteria and helping your body break down food for nutrients and waste. Each AloeCure Probiotic + Enzyme capsule contains a blend of the most common probiotic species for digestive health and immune health support. It also contains Digestive Enzymes proteases, amylases and lipases that function as biological catalysts, helping to break down protein, carbohydrates and fats.
Q: Are the probiotics live?
A: Yes. When choosing a probiotic product, it's important to choose one in which the probiotics are assured to be live and active when ingested. AloeCure Probiotic + Enzyme package assures the probiotics are live and active up to the date of expiration found on the package.
Q: Who should take AloeCure Probiotic + Enzyme?
A: AloeCure Probiotic + Enzyme is for men and women who want a healthy digestive system.*
Q: How many live colony forming units (Cs) are in each capsule?
A: AloeCure Probiotic + Enzyme assures 2.4 billion live colony forming units (Cs) are in each capsule.
Q: Is AloeCure Probiotic + Enzyme a replacement for my multi-vitamin?
A: No, AloeCure Probiotic + Enzyme can be taken in addition to your daily multi-vitamin to support your digestive health.
Q: Can I take AloeCure Probiotic + Enzyme with my prescription medicines?
A: If you are taking any prescription medications, you should talk to your doctor first before using AloeCure Probiotic + Enzyme.
Q: Is it safe to take AloeCure® Probiotic + Enzyme every day? When is the best time to take AloeCure® Probiotic + Enzyme?
A: Yes, AloeCure Probiotic + Enzyme is safe to take every day by men and women.* You can take one capsule any time of day, as directed. It is recommended that you take AloeCure® Probiotic + Enzyme with food and at the same time every day, so it becomes part of your daily health routine. AloeCure® Probiotic + Enzyme works naturally with your body to help support your digestive and immune health.*
Q: Can children take AloeCure Probiotic + Enzyme?
A: We recommend you discuss with your doctor before your child uses AloeCure Probiotic + Enzyme.
Q: Can I take AloeCure Probiotic + Enzyme if I am pregnant or breastfeeding?
A: If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, ask a healthcare professional before using AloeCure Probiotic + Enzyme.
Q: Does AloeCure Probiotic + Enzyme come in capsule or powder form?
A: AloeCure Probiotic + Enzyme comes in a small, easy-to-swallow capsule. If you prefer the powder form, the capsule can be broken and the powder can be sprinkled into food and/or cold beverages.
Q: Does AloeCure Probiotic + Enzyme need to be refrigerated?
A: No, AloeCure Probiotic + Enzyme does not need to be refrigerated.
Q: Is AloeCure Probiotic + Enzyme a laxative?
A: No, AloeCure Probiotic + Enzyme is a daily dietary supplement designed to support your digestive health.