Probiotics have been re-imagined – LACTIS the smarter option
Probiotics have been re-imagined! Some other reasons why LACTIS is superior to probiotics…
LACTIS, the smarter option in gut health can safely nourish and invigorate your gut microbiome!
Japanese know-how and wisdom of food-based ferments over many centuries is responsible for creating LACTIS.
LACTIS is a safe and intelligently created product that is changing the lives of cancer patients who have been suffering with digestive problems gut health inflammation and discomfort as result of chemotherapy and other cancer treatments. Patients who have undergone surgery and had antibiotic treatment also suffer from damage to functionality and volume of their microbiome. Recovery time can be impeded and sometimes gut bacteria struggle to return to balance.
Until recently, doctors thought that the answer was to prescribe probiotics containing billions of “live” bacteria of various strains and types. However a recent report from the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta university stated yet another health issue with consuming “live” bacteria probiotics.
They discovered that probiotic use can result in significant accumulation of bacteria in the small intestine that can result in disorientation brain fogginess as well as rapid, significant belly bloating.
When investigators looked further they found large colonies of bacteria breeding in the patients’ small intestines, and high levels of D-lactic acid being produced by the bacteria lactobacillus causing fermentation of sugars in food. D-lactic acid is known to be temporarily toxic to brain cells, interfering with cognition, thinking and sense of time.
I am reminded that so many of my patients complain they experience brain fog as a result of chemotherapy; however I am wondering if there is also a connection with patients who are having chemotherapy and also taking probiotics? Given some chemotherapies cause slow colon transit time it could mean “live” bacteria probiotics are being delayed in transit in both the small and large intestine of patients; creating D-Lactic acid or lactic acidosis. I will be pursuing this line of questioning and my own research with new and past patients re their experience with “live” bacteria probiotic consumption and brain fog!
Many of my cancer patients also report they experience greater clarity and clearing of brain fog when taking LACTIS. Here are some other comments from my patients whose lives have been transformed by taking LACTIS – 1 x 10 ml sachet in a glass of water daily:
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Reference for information quoted in this post: Satish S. C. Rao, Abdul Rehman, Siegfried Yu, Nicole Martinez de Andino. Brain fogginess, gas and bloating: a link between SIBO, probiotics and metabolic acidosis. Clinical and Translational Gastroenterology, 2018; 9 (6) DOI: 10.1038/s41424-018-0030-7