The Surprising Power of Probiotics On Your Overall Health

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Even though research on the power of probiotics and digestive enzymes for gut health is in relative infancy, experts have found with certainty that the gut is not simply comprised of an “eat—break down—expel waste” process they once believed it to be.

The gut is actually one of the most complex systems in the human body and its health, or lack thereof can affect many more parts of your well-being than previously known. Let’s break down gut health, what it really means, and how you can make sure you’re doing everything you can for it.


Gut health is the balance of good and bad bacteria living within your digestive tract. Did you know that you actually have more bacterial cells than you do human cells? Trillions of live bacteria are at work in your body every day, most of them in your gut. But it’s imperative that those good and bad bacteria remain in balance and where they should within the digestive system.

When that balance is out of whack, we will experience a range of effects telling us that something is off in our gut. Though scientists know there is a long way to go in gut research, one thing is clear: gut health plays an integral role in our overall health and daily well-being.

READ MORE: How To Tell If Your Body Needs Probiotics


The good microbes in your gut are often referred to as probiotics. They are the helpful organisms, ever-multiplying in order to promote good bacteria OR maintain already healthy bacteria. Which means that probiotics are incredibly important for gut health.

There are two common types of probiotics for gut health: Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium. Both types of bacteria can be helpful or assist with uncomfortable digestion and occasional diarrhea or constipation and other issues that may come from a lack of good bacteria in the gut.

But the power of probiotics extends beyond the gut. That good bacteria can also go to bat for better oral health, increased mental and emotional health, better skin, better urinary and vaginal health, and support a healthy immune system.


When you start taking probiotics, the good bacteria and yeasts you ingest start working almost immediately. According to the Cleveland Clinic, many probiotics will:

  • Help your body digest food.
  • Promote or support the good bacteria and all the health benefits that come with it
  • Create vitamins.
  • Help support the cells that line your gut to prevent bad bacteria that you may have consumed (through food or drinks) from entering your blood.

The main job of probiotics is to maintain a healthy balance in your gut’s microbiome. So when you start taking probiotics, you may experience some mild digestive changes while your body works to promote and support a healthy gut OR while your body works to promote the good bacteria. Depending on your own unique gut microbiome and which types of probiotics you’re getting in either food or supplement form, they could trigger an increase in gas, bloating, or mild constipation in the first few days. But again, the purpose of probiotics for gut health is to increase the good, and those side effects shouldn’t last long.


Aside from all the benefits that good bacteria can do for your body, it can also assist in “cleaning up” our digestive tract in the process, probiotics may have other cleaning powers as well.

Some research indicates that healthy gut flora is not only responsible for better nutrient absorption in the gut and bloodstream, but also acts as a detoxifying task force in our bodies. By helping remove toxins and other unwanted substances obtained by modern food production, probiotics can help to maintain your overall health and give our bodies the strength to stay strong and healthy.

How To Get More Probiotics Into Your Diet

Probiotics, whether consumed through food or taken as a supplement, are necessary organisms that influence the health and function of your gut microbiome. While there are certain fermented foods that contain natural probiotics, like pickles, kimchi, and yogurt, these foods often only contain a few strains and do not give you the variation of strains nor the number of digestive enzymes that you need. In many instances, you can replenish some of the good bacteria you’re looking for by eating these fermented foods. But often it’s not enough, and supplementing with a well-made, proven, and convenient probiotic is a great solution to restoring healthy gut bacteria.


The best probiotic is one that works for your particular gut microbiome! Xyngular Complete Probiotic is an easy, tasty, and immediate way to provide your body with the critical probiotics it needs for your health and well-being to flourish. This probiotic is one that you can count on to absorb the maximum amount of nutrients from the food and supplements you consume—all in one tiny capsule.

Xyngular Complete Probiotic uses a formula that delivers 11 of the most clinically studied strains of bacteria, proven to help your digestive system function at its peak: lactobacillus plantarum, bifidobacterium longum, and pediococcus acidilactici.* Although not an exhaustive list, Complete Probiotic can help you reduce gas, bloating, and maintain overall gut health. It also has been shown to improve mood and support healthy weight loss.* When we say, “complete,” we mean it!

Log in to your Xyngular account today, or contact your Xyngular representative to find out more about Complete Probiotic and the many benefits that could be yours.

*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.


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