Abiotic LACTIS – the Trending Evolution of Probiotics Grace Gawler

Introducing the Abiotic supplement – LACTIS!

Unlike “live” bacteria in probiotics; which recent research shows to be problematic for many reasons; abiotics (biogenic substances) are non-living bacteria whose cell chemistry has been transformed through the process of fermentation.

Simply put; abiotics are alternatives to antibiotics  (as shown in animal models) due to their ability to up regulate the immune system, inhibit infections, promote healthy gut micro flora and reduce stress in the host.

It can be confusing. How could probiotics be on the market for so long if they were problematic for our health?

The truth is that until recently, scientists & researchers did not know the consequences of probiotic supplement use in some patient groups; especially those with already compromised immune systems. They can even be a problematic for some healthy people. The issue stems from “live bacteria” contained in supplements versus “dead bacteria”  often used as fermented gut health supplements. ( eg; LACTIS).

According to Clifford Adams (Belgium) in a paper called The Probiotic Paradox: Pub Nutrition Research Reviews (2010) The use of dead probiotics as biological response modifiers has several attractive advantages; such products would be very safe and have a long shelf life“.

It all comes down to a matter of safety…

Gene issues in “live” probiotic bacterial supplements:
New research in the journal Cell Host & Microbiome suggests that under certain conditions, probiotics can be harmful due to their ability to evolve once in the gut.

“If we’re going to use living things as medicines, we need to recognize that they’re going to adapt, and that means that what you put in your body is not necessarily what’s going to be there even a couple hours later.”
Prof. Gautam Dantas

There are hundreds of research articles that inform us about the differences between an abiotics (LAB – lactic acid bacteria metabolites) and probiotics. An abiotic is rendered non-viable following fermentatation by heat, acidification or some other stabilisation process. During fermentation, abiotic metabolites are produced and released when bacteria break down the substrate they are fed – in the case of LACTIS – 16 strains of Lactobacillus are fermented in Soymilk for 12 months. Soymilk proteins are the “substrate” which fuel certain bacteria to produce bio-active peptides.

The process is patented by a Japanese manufacturer. Japanese culture has a long history of knowledge and techniques to enhance nutrient bio-availability via food fermentation.

Importantly abiotics feed native or resident  microbes; rather than introducing “live” new bacteria. Abiotics also offer more than energy in the form of inulin or cellulose. Abiotics are natural and offer structural building blocks such as proteins & amino acids, enzymes required for metabolic functions, vitamins and minerals  – all in forms specific for bacterial transport and use.  More about Abiotics next post.

In the meantime – I invite you to explore more about LACTIS at:
https://www.gracegawlerinstitute.com/personalised-cancer-nutrition/

Your health is in your hands – learn how to encourage and nourish your own healthy gut bacteria – it is the key to your wellbeing!

 

Trending now: Probiotics harms vs benefits MD Anderson Research

Trending now: Probiotics harms vs benefits: If you have been taking probiotics for a health issue or just to boost wellbeing, you might want to look at some of the latest research on probiotics harms vs benefits.

Trillions of microbiome are distinct bacteria that flourish in every single gut. They are now believed to play a substantial role in regulating a person’s overall health. But do we need to ingest large volumes of live bacteria in an expensive probiotic supplement or should we be focussing on small quantities of food ferments called nutraceutical or functional foods? When your gut needs restoration we recommend LACTIS – the safer option. Researched for decades and recommended by top Japanese specialists and clinics. https://www.shoplactis.com/shop-lactis-top-10-benefits-of-lactis/

The research quoted below was conducted by MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston and the Parker Institute for Cancer Immunotherapy in San Francisco …

The latest cautionary note comes in the form of a preliminary study released Tuesday, in which researchers found that melanoma patients were 70 percent less likely to respond to cancer immunotherapy if they were also taking probiotic supplements. The study group was small — just 46 patients — but the findings support broader suggestions that probiotics might actually upset the balance of so-called “good” bacteria in the gut and interfere with the immune response.  April 2 2019

By altering chemical structures of ingested compounds, we now know that gut microbes can mediate the effects of diet, pollutants and pharmaceuticals. This is why caution should be heeded when ingesting large amounts of “live” probiotic Bacteria.

Pieter Cohen, an associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, urges us to consider the harms as well as the benefits. Among immune-compromised individuals, for instance, probiotics can lead to infections.

LEARN MORE about Japanese fermented Lactobacillus LACTIS
https://www.shoplactis.com/lactis-what-is-lactis-japanese-functional-foods/

Trending now: Probiotics vs LACTIS expert opinions Grace Gawler and Dr Hiromi Shinya

Trending now: Probiotics vs LACTIS expert opinions Grace Gawler and Dr Hiromi Shinya:

LACTIS an LAB (lactobacillus ferment) from Japan is trending now as a replacement for probiotics.

LACTIS is probiotics re-imagined! Trending now as a breakthrough in gut health; LACTIS comes highly recommended for gut health by experts like surgeon Dr Hiromi Shinya, who designed the wire loop snare to remove a colorectal polyps. Dr Shinya knows about colons and colon health and the importance of maintaining healthy resident gut bacteria. His colonoscopy experience as of recent times, exceeds 370,000 patients!

Grace Gawler’s experience with cancer patient’s incuding colon cancer patients extends over a 45 year period with close to 20,000 + patients who benefitted from her knowledge. Knowing that probiotics did not suit everyone, especially patients with special needs; Grace spent many years researching best options for optimal gut health for cancer patients. This led her to discover LACTIS, which she recommends to her patients as a key part of their health restoration program.

Why LACTIS is trending now: 

Western Lifestyle and poor diet; especially additive laden fast foods have created a critical need for gut health restoration. Many modern, processed and fast foods negatively impact the trillions of gut bacteria that reside inside us. Rather than ingesting live bacteria as in Probiotics, LACTIS feeds, invigorates and nourishes the trillions of good bacteria that we already have in our gut. LACTIS, a Cultured Lactobacillus Extract is the fermented extract of lactic acid bacteria (LAB) obtained through a special and patented extraction process where 16 strains of LAB are co-cultivated in soymilk. One year fermentation, 1000  processes – 4000 micro-compounds and peptides – metabolites are created during process. The LACTIS manufacturing process produces a supplement that invigorates resident gut bacteria rather than introducing “live” bacteria found in probiotics.
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Trending now Japan’s best kept ferment secret that replaces Probiotics

September 2019 – The new Japanese ferment supplement LACTIS is trending now. Probiotics have been known as the standard of care for patients suffering from a variety of bowel related issues and the best supplement to take after antibiotic treatment. However modern research is telling us that probiotics might not be a one size fits all best approach; especially for those with pre-existing conditions and compromised immune systems.

Nearly 100 years ago Japanese Research scientists began working with fermented milk, in the form of yoghurt. Japan has a traditional use of fermented foods and knowledge of how to use them. It was an obvious progression to move to another Japanese tradition – the soybean. Researchers began exploring fermented soymilk. The complex process that evolved, led to the creation of a product called LACTIS, now trending in Australia. LACTIS is taken daily by millions of Japanese people. It is prescribed by doctors and medical clinics for restoring the health of resident gut bacteria.

Ancient wisdom combined with scientific experimentation has produced a compound that goes beyond probiotics. In fact, LACTIS has been called the next generation of probiotics. Probiotics contain live bacteria, and this has found to be the problem for many people with compromised immune systems. LACTIS contains no live bacteria and is the safer alternative to probiotics.
Explore the difference between probiotics and LACTIS. Simple to take, convenient packaging, excellent for travel, home or hospital. Re-Invigorate your good gut bacteria in a safe and healthy manner.

To learn more
visit https://www.shoplactis.com/probiotics-reinvented/