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5 Warning Signs of Probiotic Deficiency

From the Show: Health Radio
Summary: What are probiotics, and what role do they play in human health?
Air Date: 9/17/15
Duration: 10
Host: Melanie Cole, MS
Guest Bio: Natasha Trenev, Author
Natasha Natasha Trenev is a world renowned expert in the field of probiotics.

As a developmental scientist whose family had been commercially producing yogurt and other cultured foods for over 750 years, Natasha has spent more than 40 years studying the health benefits connected to the consumption of beneficial bacteria.

Following graduation from UCLA in 1970, a decade of research led to her developing the first method for producing an effective and scientifically validated single strain probiotic bacteria product. Her research and development efforts led to the establishment of the entire probiotics category in North America, Australia, England, Holland and Belgium.

An active lecturer and a frequently-invited guest on radio and TV health programs, Natasha has written dozens of articles and several books on friendly bacteria including Probiotics, Nature's Internal Healers, and The Power of Probiotics: Secrets to Great Health.
5 Warning Signs of Probiotic Deficiency
Approximately 100 trillion bacteria and other microorganisms live inside each of us.

Invading our bodies through the air we breathe, the water we drink, and the food we eat, some of these microorganisms are merely nuisances... able to make us feel sick for a few days.

Some types can make us seriously ill for weeks or months.

And, some can be deadly.

Here are five warning signs that let you know you need to replenish one or more probiotic strains in your body:

1. You're not eliminating properly
2. You feel heavy after meals
3. You are highly susceptible to colds and flu
4. You have poor mental focus
5. You have low energy (you require caffeine and other stimulants)

Listen in as author and probiotic expert, Natasha Trenev, shares the five warning signs of probiotic deficiency.

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