For over a decade this superior product has provided 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, Threelac fits conveniently into your active lifestyle. ThreeLac is a powerful probiotic formulation of three potent microflora in a lemon-powder base.
Probiotics are a valuable part of a healthy diet, and may play an important role in sustaining overall intestinal health. The prevalence of intestinal imbalances makes a focus on probiotics essential. Prevention of imbalance 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.
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: The Enterococci constitute a major genus within the lactic acid bacteria group, and exists naturally in the human digestive tract. This effective probiotic bacteria is the result of formulation under strict laboratory conditions.
In understanding eating disorders, it's crucial to recognize often-unseen forces at play. In this article we delve into how family dynamics and traumatic, stressful experiences, many of which might not be immediately apparent, may contribute to the development of eating disorders. We explore the intricate link between these experiences, the ensuing anxiety generated from possible unresolved traumas, and the use of food as a coping mechanism.