Urban Moonshine Organic Digestive Bitters Original Formula

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Okay, here’s what’s going on- Something you might have been suspecting for a while: Digestion isn’t easy anymore.

Here’s the bad news: You might suffer from one or more likely, a combination of digestive issues that you know about: constipation, diarrhea, gas, bloating, and what seem like catch-all diagnoses, IBS (irritable bowel syndrome), and IBD (inflammatory bowel disease.) You may also suffer from a whole host of ailments that are not familiar like: Candida and Leaky gut.

Here’s the good news: We know what causes these problems and we can help you with them. These problems are linked to the lack of good bacteria in your gut and the overflow of antibiotics from overprescription and antibiotic-rich foods in the Standard American Diet (SAD). LoveBug’s probiotics are filled with gut-friendly bacteria that are essential to repopulate your gut for a healthy and happy life.

Digestion and Metabolism
Gut bacteria don’t just aid in digestion, they actually play a critical role in our metabolism. They influence the way we store fat, regulate glucose, express metabolism genes and they can even regulate our appetite. Groundbreaking science is indicating that the balance of gut bacteria might be one of the biggest, if not the biggest, factor in controlling appetite, metabolic health and weight. In a 2013 study published in Science, researchers transferred the gut bacteria from an obese human twin and her slender human twin sister to two germ free mice, respectively. Despite eating an identical diet, the mouse with gut bacteria of the fat twin got fat, and the mouse with the bacteria from the lean twin stayed slim. Each Here’s the Skinny tablet comes with 10 Billion live cultures of the good guys to balance out your gut bacteria.*

Candida is a yeast fungus. A staggering amount of people living in the United States, who not only eat the Standard American Diet, but who are also overprescribed antibiotics, corticosteroids, and oral contraception experience an overgrowth of this naturally occurring yeast. Unfortunately, candida yeast thrives on sugar, which, as we all know, is abundant in the modern American diet. A balanced gut filled with good bacteria can help to keep this yeast in under control.*

Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Inflammatory Bowel Disease
IBS can cause nausea, gas, bloating, or constipation. Studies have shown that taking probiotics with Bifidobacterium and Lactobacillus can help restore depleted good bacteria and often help alleviate symptoms of IBS. The two most common forms of IBD are the autoimmune conditions ulcerative colitis and Crohn’s disease. Recently, The World Gastroenterology Organization, the authority on gut diseases, published a document outlining the use of probiotics in clinical use. The suspicion is that probiotics may have beneficial effects on these debilitating conditions.

You can get traveler’s diarrhea with or without having to suffer through an airline safety video these days in the form of viral or bacterial gastroenteritis. Diarrhea is the gut’s way of forcefully expelling an offending pathogen, but viral gastroenteritis is often treated with antibiotics, which kills all bacteria, good or bad, in a “scorched-earth,” take-no-prisoners style. This weakens the body’s immunity and eliminates the good bacteria which are meant to help us fight off said pathogens. Another extremely prevalent cause of diarrhea is lactose and gluten intolerance. Lactose and gluten sensitivity symptoms may be lessened by taking probiotics like those in Here’s the Skinny.*

Constipation is astonishingly common in the United States. People’s first instinct is to take laxatives, but a combination of natural fiber and a probiotic containing Bifidobacterium such as those in Here’s the Skinny can be a much better solution. Taking LoveBug’s probiotics can also help treat related digestive problems such as bloating, heartburn and excessive gas. *

Leaky Gut
Leaky Gut Syndrome is just what it sounds like. The lack of good bacteria, that should form a line of defense in your gut, cause the walls of your intestines to become excessively permeable. This, in turn, allows undigested food particles and toxins to be released into your bloodstream and come into contact with all the organs in your body. Leaky Gut is often the insidious cause of autoimmune, reproductive and dermatological issues in addition to digestive ones.

Lactobacillus fermentum
Highly antimicrobial and antioxidative, L. fermentum is most effective at restoring and maintaining a healthy balance of microflora. It helps to inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria, yeast and pathogens. L. fermentum is thought to reduce inflammatory processes which are associated with disease and fatigue. It has even been found to help reduce cholesterol!*

Lactobacillus plantarum
This is one of the most beneficial bacteria found in the body. L. plantarum secretes hydrogen peroxide which helps protect your body from disease. It works to reduce gut permeability and lower luminal pH, creating a very unfriendly environment for the growth of pathogens including yeasts, molds, and bad bacteria.*

Lactobacillus acidophilus
One of the most famous strains of bacteria, L. acidophilus is fantastic at helping to curb the growth of Candida albicans. Found in lots of probiotic dairy products (but unfortunately usually with lots of sugar that feed the candida) L. acidophilus aids the immune system by helping to keep the balance of good vs. bad bacteria in check. It basically creates a fortress of good bacterial colonies to keep the bad bugs out of your gut. Studies show that L. acidophilus boosts the immune system, helps reduce occasional diarrhea, and can even help to lower cholesterol.*

Bifidobacterium bifidum
Enhances the phagocytic activity of the human body. Phagocytes are cells that protect the body by ingesting harmful foreign particles, bacteria and dead or dying cells. Their name comes from the Greek phagein, “to eat” and “cyte” meaning cell. This super strain promotes bacterial balance and digestion. Studies suggest that B. bifidum may even help protect the body from activities within the body that cause the growth and transformation of healthy cells into cancerous ones.*

Bifidobacterium lactis
This powerful probiotic is known to enhance immunity, improve digestion, fight tumor growth and can also help lower cholesterol. Normally found in the intestine and colon, B. lactis works to break down body waste and help the body absorb nutrients, vitamins and minerals.*

Lactobacillus reuteri
Known for helping to reduce the occurrence of yeast infections, urinary tract infections and bacterial vaginosis. L. reuteri confers a high level of resistance to infection and illness and promotes a robust immune system. It has been shown to reduce diarrhea in adults, colic in babies and even helps to reduce the occurrence of eczema.*

Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG
the #1 most clinically studied probiotic strain in the world. L. rhamnosus GG was isolated and patented in 1985 by Dr. Gorbach and Dr. Goldin. It has been in use for 30 years and has been in more than 800 publications and the focus of more than 200 clinical trials to date. L. rhamnosus GG is famous for helping with an enormous amount of issues including: intestinal permeability, travellers diarrhea, respiratory tract infections, allergic reactions, eczema, weight loss, and even anxiety.*

Lactobacillus gasseri
A lactic producing bacteria, which helps provide protection for the digestive system and intestinal tract. L. gasseri is often described as “the fitness probiotic” due to its ability to help regulate leptin, a hormone that plays a crucial role in metabolism and fat storage. The body’s leptin levels usually decrease during weight loss, slowing metabolism to conserve energy, which is part of the reason so many of us suffer from the yo-yo effect when dieting.*

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

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