But what happens to the bad bacteria that is already there
when you add the good Super Shield bacteria?
Thank you for being there for us,
SB: Ann, that's a GREAT question. Here's the scoop on
the process of getting rid of harmful bacteria in the gut:
Meet the bad guys
First of all, I'll introduce you to the harmful bacteria
that may be lurking inside of you:
1) Meet Clostridium.
Some of the more common species in this category are:
- C. botulinum, which causes food poisoning and is one of
the most deadly toxins known to man
- C. difficile, which causes diarrhea
- C. tetanus, which leads to muscle spasms in the jaw
(lockjaw) and in other areas of the body too
2) Next is Escherichia.
The more popular version of this is E. coli, which is the
number one cause of UTIs (urinary tract infections). It
also causes diarrhea, pneumonia and meningitis.
3) And the ever popular Coliform.
It's the bacteria that you're worried about when you go to
a remote place for vacation and they say, "Don't drink the
Exposure to coliform causes cramps, bloody stools,
diarrhea, headache, nausea and vomiting. Severe cases can
also lead to paralysis, kidney failure, respiratory failure
and even death.
4) And don't forget Staphylococcus.
Various strains of this bacteria cause soft tissue
infection, food poisoning and skin infections.
5) Lastly, heeeeere's Pseudomonas.
Its claim to fame is that it's a major cause of hospital
infections. It also happens to be very resistant to
antibiotics, which makes it even more dangerous.
There's also a harmful yeast that I'd like you to meet:
6) Candida albicans (aka just "Candida")
This is usually the culprit that causes infections in
fingernails or toenails, as well as vaginal infections in
women. Another type, Candida glabrata, can wreak similar
Your probiotic battle strategy
Now that you're on a first-name basis with the bad guys,
here is how Super Shield medical-grade probiotic formula
helps to fight them:
1) Use of nutrients
Friendly bacteria compete with harmful bacteria for
nutrition. The more probiotics you can introduce into your
system, the more competition the bad guys have for food.
In addition, Super Shield contains FOS (fructo-
oligosaccharides) which are a fiber that is nourishment for
probiotic bacteria, but cannot be digested by harmful
Harmful bacteria that have starved and died get eliminated
through your bowels and bladder when nature calls.
2) Parking spaces
The probiotic bacteria in Super Shield compete with
harmful bacteria for "parking spaces" along your intestinal
walls. If a bacteria isn't snugly attached to the
intestinal wall, it can get swept away by peristalsis (the
muscle contractions during digestion that move your food
So the more strong probiotics fill up your "intestinal
parking lot" the greater the chance of harmful bacteria
getting swept away with your wastes.
3) The good "poisons" the bad
Many probiotic bacteria produce their own form of
antibiotics. These are not the antibiotics we're used to--
they do nothing to us, but they inhibit the growth of many
Also, as probiotics digest their food their metabolic by-
products can have negative effects on harmful competitors.
For example, when probiotics digest fiber, they release
acids that are similar to vinegar. And yeasts (like
Candida) don't grow well in the presence of these acids.
So there you have it. The silent battle of good vs. evil
that goes on inside of you every single minute, every
With the mounds of harmful bacteria that you take in from
food and can get from the environment 24/7, probiotic
supplementation is not just a good idea--it's a MUST.
Super Shield 13 medical-grade strains of "good guys" keep
YOUR intestinal flora balanced, and keep YOU feeling good
for years to come.
PS: It's crucial to have a diet rich in healthy,
alkalizing foods because they are nourishment for your
probiotic bacteria. On the other hand, an acid-forming
diet with lots of refined carbs is a smorgasbord for
harmful bacteria. Learn how to feed your friendly microbes
(and enjoy some of the most delicious food you'll ever
have) here at:
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