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1.4 million Americans suffer from foodborne illnesses annually1, but you don't have to be one of them.
Besides keeping your hot food hot and your cold food cold, you can use probiotics and your strong immune system to defend yourself against foodborne illness.
Are you afraid that raw eggs and other foods will give you salmonella? You can protect yourself from foodborne illnesses like salmonella by boosting your immune system with probiotics!
What we typically call food poisoning is actually foodborne illness.
Food poisoning happens if you consume a poison or toxin, butfoodborne illnesses are infections caused by pathogenic (bad) bacteria, viruses and parasites.
More than 200 diseases can be transmitted through food2, thoughsalmonella is one of the most common culprits. This pathogenic bacteria, and others like it, can contaminate food and cause a range of symptoms including:
There's no doubt about it: foodborne illnesses are not fun.
Symptoms can start within 30 minutes of eating contaminated food or begin up to 48 hours later.
Unfortunately, most foodborne illness prevention tips only address how to handle your food, but strengthening your immunity is the best way to avoid illness.
Foodborne illnesses are often caused by viruses and pathogenic bacteria, but you need healthy microflora (good bacteria and yeast) in your body to protect yourself from the bad kinds. Microflora, also called probiotics, colonize the lining of your intestines and make it difficult for illness-causing bad bacteria to thrive.
These probiotics are the most powerful way to prevent and ease the symptoms of foodborne illnesses.
Studies have shown that probiotics even reduce the severity of acute diarrhea in children.3
Find out more by reading: How to Use Probiotics as a Quick & Highly Effective Diarrhea Treatment.
Probiotics can even help the worst cases of GI distress. Read one mom's story of how probiotics saved her daughter from the rotavirus.
You can prevent and treat foodborne illnesses by enhancing your immune system and by building a vibrant inner ecosystem of good bacteria and yeast.
Follow these guidelines to boost your immunity:
Our probiotic liquids contains a blend of beneficial bacteria and yeast that are meant for the human digestive system, so they survive harsh stomach acids and promote colonization in your intestines.
But given the quality of today's food supply do be concerned. Take care not to be ill.
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If you (or someone close to you) have severe symptoms of foodborne illness, they will benefit from probiotic liquids. (If symptoms persist, do see a doctor.)
But protect yourself from getting sick by building your immunity with good bacteria to create an environment that will keep you healthy!
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