ArQ Immunity Probiotic
Be a team player, inside and out
To achieve optimal performance, the entire operating system of your body needs to be perfectly tuned. Research shows that our second brain is in our gut, our microbiome. Maintaining a healthy balance of beneficial bacteria and other organisms in your digestive tract will ensure efficient absorption of the nutrients that your body needs to perform best. ArQ Immunity Probiotic provides a convenient source of multiple strains of Lactobacillus and Bifidobacteria bacteria species, so you can keep your digestive system at peak functionality.
Science for Athletes
Probiotics are tiny microorganisms that are found in certain foods. Many of these bacteria are microscopic single-celled creatures. Though bacteria is generally known for causing disease, probiotics are varieties that provide health benefits to their host.
One of the roles probiotics play is to aid your body in digesting and absorbing nutrients, even producing some key vitamins themselves. They also boost the immune system, promote a healthy inflammatory response and may even support an improvement in allergy symptoms. Additionally, probiotics keep harmful bacteria from taking hold and triggering an infection . When you have probiotics on your team, you will experience an improvement in stamina, energy levels, workout effectiveness and recovery times, as well as weight control .
These team members aren’t hard to recruit as they are found various fermented foods such as yogurts and cheeses as well as non-dairy such as pickles, sauerkraut, kimchi, miso, and tempeh. You do have to play your part to take care of them, however. Probiotics can be sensitive to what you eat, to stress, and to certain medications . Sometimes, an improper diet, illness, or stress can throw your probiotic balance out of whack.
ArQ Immunity Probiotic supplements contain a blend of probiotic bacteria scientifically proven to benefit your health by helping restore balance to your gut microbiome and maintain a healthy population going forward.
Directions for Use
Take one probiotic capsule at night to keep your internal microbes topped off and balanced. You should not take more than one probiotic capsule per day, but other probiotic-containing foods can still be consumed. Such foods are actually recommended alongside probiotic supplements.
ArQ Immunity Probiotic is an all-natural, GMO-, wheat-, gluten-, and soy-free probiotic. But what makes it really stand out from the crowd is its special formulation of protective buffers that enable the bacteria to survive the digestive process and arrive safely in your intestine in high numbers.
The stomach and the gut are intense environments, full of hydrochloric acid and digestive enzymes that break down food into usable components and pathogens into harmless molecules. However, these substances can easily destroy much of the beneficial bacteria in your probiotic supplement as it passes through. Most probiotic supplements try to compensate for this by putting a high dose of probiotic bacteria in their supplements, claiming that this is the only way to make sure that at least some of the good bacteria will survive and reach where they need to go .
The capsule used for ArQ Immunity Probiotic takes a more efficient, economical approach. It is designed with the Multi-step Maktek 3-D Probiotic Delivery System to provide maximum protection for the probiotics it contains. A shell made from seaweed extract shields the bacteria from acid and bile, and a core of prebiotic fiber and a special barrier nourish and provide the perfect balance of hydration to the bacteria within. With this delivery system, ArQ Immunity Probiotic is the most efficient way to deliver probiotics – and their health benefits – to you.
With a good team behind you – and inside you – you can commit to any personal health or fitness regimen you wish. With ArQ Immunity Probiotic, restore your natural balance, and feel the results.
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