The Missing Link: Postbiotics for a Lifetime of Wellness

The Missing Link: Postbiotics for a Lifetime of Wellness

Posted by Natural Avenue on Oct 22nd 2023

The Ultimate Guide to Postbiotics

What Exactly Are Postbiotics?

Postbiotics are the harvest, They are the endgame of probiotics and prebiotics. Postbiotics are the potent metabolites that your beneficial bacteria, or probiotics, create when breaking down prebiotic fiber in your gut. Think of these compounds as the 'gold' mined from the fiber-rich 'soil' supplied by prebiotics. They act as catalysts for maintaining a balanced gut, boosting immunity, and even enhancing mood. [Learn More about Prebiotics] [Learn More about Probiotics]

Why are they important?

Postbiotics play a key role in facilitating the health-promoting activities of the gut microbiome, making them an important component of overall health and wellness. Postbiotics include a wide range of bioactive compounds such as enzymes, organic acids, vitamins, antimicrobial peptides, and short-chain fatty acids (SCFAs). Antimicrobial peptides inhibit the growth of detrimental bacteria while SCFAs encourage the growth of beneficial bacteria. Postbiotics are Your Secret Weapon for Optimal Colon Health and Overall Well-Being.

Here are more reasons why postbiotics are important:

  • Appetite Regulation: Some evidence suggests that SCFAs may play a role in regulating appetite by interacting with hormones that control hunger and satiety.
  • Energy Source for Colon Cells: Butyrate, a well-researched SCFA, is the primary energy source for the cells lining the colon, helping to maintain their health and integrity.
  • Promotes Gut Integrity: SCFAs help to maintain and strengthen the gut barrier function.
  • Regulating pH: SCFAs help to regulate the pH of the colon, creating an environment more favorable for beneficial bacteria.
  • Promotes Regularity: By aiding in water and electrolyte absorption in the colon, SCFAs contribute to more regular bowel movements.
  • Cholesterol and Glucose Metabolism: SCFAs like propionate have been shown to influence cholesterol and glucose metabolism, offering additional health benefits.

What's at stake: The Risks of Neglecting Postbiotics

Ignoring this crucial component in your gut health equation can mean missing out on a host of benefits. Remember, your well-being is a finely-tuned machine that craves balance. Neglecting postbiotics is like ignoring the Check-Engine-Light on your car's dashboard—everything may run for a while, but eventually, the system breaks down.

What can I do to increase postbiotics in my body?

  • Consume Probiotic Foods: Since postbiotics are produced by probiotics, it makes sense to start by increasing your intake of these beneficial bacteria. Especially well-researched probiotic strains like Lactobacillus paracasei DSM 13434, and Lactobacillus rhamnosus DSM 6594 have shown to increase SCFAs. [Learn More about Probiotics]
  • It's no coincidence that all of these beneficial strains are part of our Gut Mate Probiotic formulation; rather, it is by design—a 20 Broad Spectrum Probiotic specifically engineered to optimize gut health. [Learn More about Gut Mate Probiotics]
  • Consume Prebiotic Foods: Prebiotics are fibers and compounds that feed probiotics. By consuming prebiotic-rich foods, you're providing fuel for probiotics to thrive and produce postbiotics. [Learn More about Prebiotics]
  • Avoid Over-Processed Foods: Highly processed foods can negatively impact gut health. Focus on whole foods and avoid excessive sugar, artificial additives, and unhealthy fats.

If you're having difficulty getting enough probiotics and prebiotics through food alone, consider taking dietary supplements. Probiotic supplements can directly introduce beneficial bacteria, while prebiotic supplements can provide the necessary food for these bacteria. Once nourished, these probiotics can produce postbiotics from prebiotic fiber, further contributing to a balanced and healthy gut.

Elevate Your Gut Health with Essential Supplements

While the idea of "weeding" and "seeding" sounds straightforward, the truth is, not all supplements are created equal. Simply adding any prebiotic or probiotic to your regimen may not provide the comprehensive support your gut needs.

Internal Sweep has been the go-to fiber/prebiotic supplement for over 25 years. With a comprehensive list of 37 ingredients, 15 are powerful fibers/prebiotics for your gut bacteria, and the remaining ingredients are a blend of cleansing herbs, which aid in detoxifying the gut, ensuring it's a conducive environment for healthy bacteria to thrive.

Gut Mate Probiotics The revolutionary Gut Mate probiotic supplement is designed to redefine gut health. Patented Micro pearls provide targeted, gradual release, avoiding common digestive discomforts like bloating and gas. What's more, each strain is carefully backed by scientific research, especially L. paracasei 13434, L. rhamnosus 6594, and L. plantarum 6595, making Gut Mate the premium choice for those committed to optimizing their gut health. And don't worry about bulky, hard-to-swallow pills—our tiny Micro Pearl measures just 0.23" (6mm), making it both convenient and easy to swallow.

Pairing for Perfection: Internal Sweep & Gut Mate

The magic truly happens when you combine the robust prebiotic support of Internal Sweep with the multi-dimensional probiotic benefits of Gut Mate. Together, they rejuvenate your gut microbiome, and restore balance to your digestive system. It's not just about adding supplements to your diet; it's about choosing the right ones. And with Internal Sweep and Gut Mate, you're making a choice that your gut will thank you for life.

"I am 50 and have been using these cleanse products for years! I told my mom about it- she is 83 and takes the powder daily." - Posted by Susan K.

A Dynamic Duo for Ultimate Gut Health

Don't roll the dice on your digestive well-being. If your goal is achieving a balanced, vibrant, and healthier gut, turn to Internal Sweep and Gut Mate. With over 25 years of success and countless satisfied customers, you're not just buying a supplement—you're investing in your health's future. Don't wait—take charge today!