Probiotics for Fighting the Flu

How amazing would it be to have the ability to interact with our gut microbes, improve the gut microbiota and transform to a healthier lifestyle!

Probiotics have the potential to greatly increase our immunity by interacting with the immune cells present in our gut.

Yes, most of our immune cells reside in gut, and regular consumption of probiotics helps improve our gut microbiota and our immunity.

One of the biggest challenges in production of probiotic foods and beverages is the survival of probiotic bacteria, as they are very sensitive to high temperatures and rigorous processes of food production. An amazing probiotic bacteria Bacillus coagulans, is resistant to high temperatures, which makes it favorable for inclusion in food products which are exposed to heat.

GoodGuts Co. formulated probiotic tea and coffee with Bacillus coagulans which imparts all of its health benefits to your beverage despite the high brewing temperatures.

Research has shown that Bacillus coagulans, has the potential to increase the immune response when exposed to a viral infection. The probiotic Bacillus coagulans increased the production of T cells in individuals exposed to adenovirus and a strain of influenza A.

When regularly administered for 30 days, Bacillus coagulans also upregulated the production of cytokines, which are the signaling molecules for regulating immunity. Normal commensal gut bacteria, which possess anti-inflammatory characteristics, are often reduced significantly in patients suffering from Crohn’s disease and inflammatory bowel disease.

Research has proven that Bacillus coagulans promotes the growth and maintenance of these commensal bacteria which helps restore a healthy gut microbiome. Probiotic Bacillus coagulans is a well-studied bacteria with proven benefits to immune system in multiple ways.

With the many bacterial and viral infections going around, just a cup of probiotic tea will contribute to improved immunity.

GoodGuts tea provides a truly cultured cup of coffee or your favorite tea infused with a billion CFU (colony forming units) of probiotic bacteria Bacillus coagulans. Black tea, earl grey tea, breakfast tea, green tea, or the non-caffeine peppermint tea or rooibos tea, we have it all for you with the same amazing taste ‘and’ added Bacillus coagulans for its multiple benefits including enhanced immunity without any change in the taste.

Enjoy your cup of GoodGuts probiotic tea, and let the probiotic work for your well-being.

AUTHOR:

Dr. Akanksha Gandhi, has a Ph.D. in food microbiology with a focus on probiotics and their responses in food products. She has published several book chapters and research articles on this subject. Akanksha is passionate about writing articles, healthy food and lifestyle, and a nice cup of tea. In her free time, she loves going for walks and exploring new places with her family.

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