Did you know that your microbiome plays an important role in maintaining and regulating your physical, immunological, emotional, and mental wellbeing?
Your microbiome consists of trillion of microscopic organisms living within and on your body. Microbiome dysbiosis (an imbalance to the bacterial communities inside your body) can leave you feeling lethargic, unwell, and leave you more prone to episodes of illness.
-Promote stimulation of healthy immune response;
-Increase friendly/beneficial bacterial growth;
-Reduce occurrence and duration of upper respiratory tract infections (common coughs & colds);
-Promote a feeling of wellbeing;
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Did you know that the microbiome plays a pivotal role in digestive health, immune health, mental and emotional health?!
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