Mom Knows Best : Giveaway~Prebiotin Helps Probiotics Work Better

Sunday, July 30, 2017

Giveaway~Prebiotin Helps Probiotics Work Better



 By now you know that I love probiotics.  I have my whole family taking them. They have helped the youngest two with stomach problems, my teen with acne, and my husband to be more “regular” in the morning.  Probiotics are the good bacteria that helps your gut be happy. If the bad bacteria in your gut outnumber the good guys that is not good as your whole body can then suffer. So taking probiotics can help the good guys( bacteria ) outnumber the bad guys.


  So when I learned that my probiotic supplement can work better if I feed it, I just had to know what to feed it so I could experience maximum benefits. I learn that probiotics work better if you feed them prebiotics.

 So what is the difference between probiotics and prebiotics? Probiotics are the live bacteria that is found in yogurt, kefir, fermented foods, and supplements. Prebiotics are a part of certain fiber-containing plants, they help feed and nurture the good bacteria (probiotics.)

                          Sponsored post: I received a container of Prebiotin to facilitate this post.

 Most people do not consume enough of those probiotic plant fibers so a supplement can be helpful. I already knew that probiotics were helping me so I decided to take a prebiotic supplement to see what it could do for me. I decided to try Prebiotin Weight Management. This supplement could not only help feed those good guys but also control my hunger, that is a plus that I like as I have been eating more with the kids home for the summer. Every time they have a snack, I want one too. My teen also likes to cook.

 This Prebiotin supplement was super easy to take. I just mixed this flavorless powder into my afternoon ice tea. This supplement has helped me to stop snacking in before dinner. When I take it my stomach feels full like I just ate. I love that is it made from ingredients  (Inulin and Oligofructose) that are found in foods like chicory root, wheat, onions, yams, barley, rye, and dandelion greens. I know you are probably thinking, why not just eat more of these foods? The problem is I would have to eat a huge amount.  I learned from Prebiotin’s website that this supplement could also help support healthy cholesterol levels, heart health, and even brain health. This supplement might just be useful to you too.

               Visit their website to learn more about this product.
                     https://www.prebiotin.com



Check out some other benefits of Prebiotin that I learn about at their website.
Enhances and protects the immune system
Promotes the rapid growth of good colon bacteria( decreases bad)
Strengthens the colon wall and improves “leaky gut”
Improves bowel regularity, bulk and stool softness
Increases calcium absorption and bone density
Controls appetite by regulating gut appetite hormones
Supports healthy cholesterol levels and heart health
Supports brain health

Giveaway
Want to win a container of Prebiotin? Then enter this giveaway for a chance to win.

This giveaway is open to US residents 18 years of age or older.  Chances of winning this giveaway depend on the number of entries. All entries will be verified. The winner will be notified within 24 hours of the end of the contest and will then have 48 hours to respond to the email or a new winner will be chosen. Void where prohibited

15 comments:

  1. I learned that it helps with bone and heart health

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  2. I learned it is The Most Medically Researched and
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  3. I learned that a prebiotic is a special type of soluble fiber that is used mostly by the beneficial good bacteria as a fuel.
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  4. I would love to try the weight management blend.

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  5. I learned it's a much more natural way to relieve chronic constipation, and it's more gentle on your system than a laxative.

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  6. I learned that a predominance of good bacteria in the gut makes fewer calories than when bad bacteria are predominant.

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  7. Type 2 diabetes is tied into poor gut health! Good to know as diabetes runs in our family!

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  8. It helps with bone and heart health

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  9. This helps with bone and heart health, thank you so much!

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  10. Prebiotin makes a variety of formulas designed to aid and benefit regularity, obesity, bone health and heart health.

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  11. I learned that it helps with bowel regularity.

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  12. I learned that Type 2 diabetes is tied to gut health.
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  13. I learned that this started at Jackson GI Medical. They want everyone to have a healthy gut.

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  14. It helps with bone and heart health

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