Designed to provide selected beneficial microflora to the intestinal tract for the purpose of replenishing needed friendly flora to promote intestinal health.
Packaged in individual sachets with a pleasant lemon taste, SevenLac fits conveniently into your active lifestyle. SevenLac is a powerful, enhanced probiotic formulation of seven potent microflora in a lemon-powder base. SevenLac contains the same probiotic blend as FiveLac plus 2 additional probiotic strains.
Recently developed by our Founding Scientists team, the new probiotic strain of Lactobacillus johnsonii is showing provocative possibilities, among which are positive effects on the immune system. Currently available only in SevenLac, this bacterium is being studied for its potential benefits in food supplementation and health. We at Global Health Trax are excited to be able to offer it to our customers.
Probiotics may be a valuable part of a healthy diet, and may play an important role in sustaining overall intestinal health. The prevalence of intestinal imbalance makes a focus on probiotics essential. Prevention of overgrowth before it occurs is clearly the better alternative. Probiotics may be a safe, cost-effective, “natural” approach that may help act as a barrier against microbial infection such as yeast overgrowth.
Friendly flora perform a number of constructive functions in the intestinal tract. One main function is to help prevent occasional good/bad flora imbalance. The “good” flora do this by crowding out the “bad” in the intestinal tract. Some common indicators of flora imbalance may be:
Bacillus coagulans: A probiotic organism that may help control occasional digestion and stomach problems.
Bacillus subtilis: A probiotic organism that may help crowd out “bad” flora in the intestines.
Enterococcus faecalis: Enterococci constitute a major genus within the lactic acid bacteria group that exists naturally in the human digestive tract. This effective probiotic bacteria is the result of formulation under strict laboratory conditions.
Lactobacillus acidophilus: These friendly bacteria inhabit the intestinal tract. The breakdown of nutrients by L. acidophilus produces lactic acid, hydrogen peroxide, and other by-products to enhance optimal intestinal flora.
Bifidobacterium longum: B. longum may help keep the digestive system running smoothly.
Lactobacillus rhamnosus: Has proven useful in the prevention and treatment of various types of diarrhea, as well as acute gastroenteritis.
Lactobacillus johnsonii: Able to positively influence both the intestinal and systemic immune systems, L. johnsonii is showing many benefits, one of which may be a role in inhibiting gastrin production (gastrin is a hormone that tends to produce a highly acidic condition). Another potential plus is a powerful growth-inhibitory effect on pathogenic (harmful) bacteria.
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