What makes Silver Fern™ Ultimate Probiotic the most effective probiotic on the market?
Are All Probiotics The Same?Learn More
|Ultimate Probiotic||Other Spore Form Probiotics||Traditional Probiotics|
|Survive-Ability||100%||60% – 70%||Under 10%|
|Ancestral Probiotics||A Couple|
|Dosage Supported By Clinical Trials|
|Clinically Helps Intestinal Permeability
(the source of most chronic illness)
|Clinically Improves Metabolic Response|
|Clinically Reduces Inflammation|
Do you Struggle with Candida Yeast Overgrowth?
Candida Yeast Overgrowth
If you struggle with candida yeast overgrowth you are not alone. The symptoms for candida yeast overgrowth can be miserable. While there are many "cleanse" systems and products that can successfully reduce the overgrowth of candida, they often are not able to completely do the job.
Why? In order to completely stop candida yeast overgrowth new healthy bacteria must replace the candida. In a healthy system, candida, which is a normal part of your flora, is kept in check by a healthy and diverse gut flora. Having a healthy and diverse gut flora is the only way to permanently control candida growth. Another issue that leads to candida overgrowth is a weak immune system. An effective probiotic can add diversity, strength, and balance to the flora, which in turn will keep candida in check.
An effective probiotic can also modulate the immune system to improve its function which will help the host keep candida overgrowth in check. A powerful probiotic, like Silver Fern™ Brand’s Ultimate Probiotic, does those two things by acting as a gardener in the gut to help identify and destroy over-grown and harmful organisms and restore the growth of the good microbes in the gut. The natural environmental probiotics found in Ultimate Probiotic can read the gut to identify what should and shouldn’t be there. Good probiotics will help build beneficial bacteria and resolve the imbalance of the overgrowth of candida.
Is your Irritable Bowel Syndrome a problem?
SILVER FERN™ PROBIOTIC CAN IMPROVE IBS SYMPTOMS
If you suffer from IBS you know the discomfort and pain associated with it. Did you know that while there are a lot of things that can affect your gut to cause the symptoms associated with IBS, the vast majority of IBS symptoms are caused by SIBO (Small Intestinal Bowel Overgrowth)?
A majority of SIBO is an overgrowth of your own lactobacillus bacteria in the terminal end of your small intestine. This occurs when lactobacillus migrates through the ileocecal valve from the big intestine up into the small intestine causing gas, cramping, and other symptoms associated with IBS. How can you fix SIBO? You can start to fix SIBO and other IBS issues by daily intermittent fasting and taking the right type of probiotics, like Silver Fern™ Brand‘s Ultimate Probiotic.
You should not take a probiotic that is full of lactobacillus bacteria as they may actually make the situation worse! Our body is not designed to take in tens of billions of bacteria (like lactobacillus) daily. Daily intermittent fasting will allow for the good bacteria to grow and the overgrown harmful bacteria to die away.
How can I Improve my Immune Support System?
You have likely heard that probiotics help fight colds, flus, and infections. The fact is that the saccharomyces and pediococcus spores in Silver Fern™ Brand‘s Ultimate Probiotic are extremely helpful in dealing with seasonal illnesses. Research shows that the strains in Ultimate Probiotic have the following beneficial immune related effects:
- Immune modulation to reduce allergies and asthma
- Immune response to adenovirus and influenza-A in vitro
- Improved pain scale in rheumatoid arthritis patients
- Reduction of inflammation associated with Crohn’s disease, IBS, and ulcerative colitis
- Immune stimulation of the peripheral T-lymphocytes and
To best fight colds and sicknesses we recommend pairing the probiotics with macronutrients like zinc. The probiotics act as a "conductor for the band," guiding the macronutrients functions. Without the conductor the macronutrients lack the ability to properly function and without the "band" the probiotics have nothing to direct. The probiotics need the healthy macronutrients and the healthy macronutrients need the probiotics for you to have good health.
How can I Improve my Digestion?
IMPROVE YOUR DIGESTION OF GLUTEN, DAIRY & PROTEIN
Real Probiotics will produce key digestive enzymes, like protease and lactase, in the gut. As we age we produce less and less digestive enzymes and it becomes harder to digest our foods and absorb nutrients from drinks. Having an imbalance in your flora can also lead to immune dysfunctions in the gut where your immune cells mistakenly start to attack food proteins like gluten, casein, soy protein, etc. This can cause food intolerances and even gluten sensitivity.
Probiotics have the capability to restore balance to the flora, modulate the gut immune response, and improve the body’s ability to deal with all food components. The probiotics in Ultimate Probiotic can help reduce sensitivity to gluten, dairy, and protein by modulating the immune system in the digestive tract and improving the strength and diversity of the flora.
How can I Combat Diabetes?
PROBIOTICS AND DIABETES
Gut bacteria play a paramount role in our risk for developing type 2 diabetes (T2DM). Research shows that the type of bacteria in your gut controls the amount of calories you extract from the food you eat, influences the foods you crave, and determines what that food converts to in the digestive process.
Gut microbiota can play a significant role in the pathogenesis of both type 1 and type 2 diabetes mellitus(DM). Alterations in gut bacteria often precede the onset of type 1 diabetes (T1DM). Disruption of gut bacteria may play a causal role in the development of T1DM by triggering cell autoimmunity. Evidence also suggests that gut bacteria play a significant role in the onset of insulin resistance and T2DM by triggering low-grade inflammation.
In healthy adults, roughly 80% of gut bacteria in healthy adults can be classified into three dominant classes: Bacteroidetes, Firmicutes, and Actinobacteria. An elevated ratio of Firmicutes to Bacteroidetes has been associated with obesity and T1DM. Further, a disruption of gut bacteria appears to increase intestinal permeability and promotes the development of the pro-inflammatory markers that stimulate cell autoimmunity. Finally, a person with the wrong gut bacteria balance will convert food, especially carbohydrates, to compounds that lead to insulin resistance, fat storage, gas production, and metabolites that cause inflammation.
- 1. Allows for the growth of more good bacteria to convert healthy macronutrients (fibers, carbs, proteins, and fats) into crucial nutrients such as amino acids, omega fatty acids, quinols, B vitamins, GABA, BDNF, serotonin, Vitamin K, short chain fatty acids, and antioxidants
- Fights against bad bacteria that convert macronutrients into unhealthy compounds like aldehydes, endotoxins, ammonia gas, hydrogen gas, and lipid peroxides
- Modulates the immune system
- Helps food digestion
- Reduces gas and bloating
- Improves stomach acidity
- Restores balance to the gut flora
- Supports the growth of good bacteria
- Changes the metabolism
- Helps manage mood
- Improves glycemic control
- Reduces gut inflammation
- Repairs intestinal damage
- Aids with weight management
- Increases energy