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Micro Life: Mixed Berry: 8 Basic Ingredients


Micro Life contains probiotics witch are live microorganisms with nearly 20 known species. The live and active bacteria (Lactobacilli and Bifidobacteria) found in foods such as yogurt, cottage cheese, and buttermilk. Probiotics assist in promoting the growth of “good” bacteria living inside the gut.


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Bird with words say Gut Health

Micro Life  helps with digestion of food and absorption of nutrients primarily occur in the small intestines.
However, the non-digestible carbohydrates found in
onions, whole grains, bananas, and dietary supplements are able to
pass through the small intestine intact and thereby able to enter the
large intestines to stimulate the growth of the body’s own
natural bacteria (probiotics) living inside the colon.

Man holding hands on stomach

Since vitamins, minerals and water are absorbed in the large intestines,
prebiotics have shown to increase the absorption of calcium and
magnesium from the colon. Also, some researchers proposed that
prebiotics may have a positive effect on the immune system and
may decrease the risk of colorectal diseases.

Micro Life serve as a food source for probiotics. The probiotics
feed off the prebiotics and increase in number. Different
probiotics have different actions in the gut. Each probiotic
species provides a distinctive health benefit.

Therefore, an increase
in the number of probiotics positively impacts the digestive
system by improving digestive health such as reducing the
symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome and inflammatory bowel
syndrome (Crohn’s Disease) promoting regularity, reducing the
harmful bacteria, synthesizing vitamins (primarily b vitamins),
decreasing lactose intolerance, improving cholesterol levels, and
decreasing the risk of certain cancers.

Micro Life contains Synbiotics are products that contain both probiotics and prebiotics. These products
have the “good” bacteria (probiotics) and the non-digestible
carbohydrates source (prebiotics) to encourage the growth of
beneficial bacteria. Fermented dairy products (yogurt and kefir)
are synbiotics because they contain live bacteria and the food
source needed for them to thrive. Without its food source, a
probiotic would have a difficult time surviving in the digestive
system because it cannot tolerate oxygen, low pH, and

Disclaimer: The information on this site is for informational purposes only. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.