The “Straight Poop” about Probiotics – Teleseminar Wrap Up, Personal Thoughts, and Giveaway (Two Winners)

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Loads of information about probiotics. What works, what doesn't, and whether you need them or not.

Hey everyone. Get a load of these quotes from last night’s teleseminar.

“Most people dig their graves with their fork.”

“All disease is nothing more than cellular malnutrition.”

“The weapons of mass destruction are here on our plates.”

“80% of your immune system lives in your gut.”

Those are just some of the more memorable quotes from last night’s teleseminar with probiotics and superfood expert, Czerral.

It was really something else and I was hurriedly typing away (Sorry that my typing was audible in the beginning. I moved the keyboard to be a little more clandestine :).) so I would have notes at my disposal to go back and think over.

And boy, is there a lot to think over. Here is more of what Czerral shared:

(Note: I am a rep for Miessence. I don’t make anything if you register for the teleseminar, but if you purchase on my site, I do make a commission, but your price remains the same. Thanks for your support.)

More Facts about Gut Health and Probiotics from the Call

  • Years ago, we used to get our probiotics from the soil, but modernized farming practices have changed that.
  • Enemies of good gut health include chlorine, fluoride, the birth control pill, antibiotics, and the #1 cause is stress (yikes.  That’s almost impossible to avoid.)  I wrote about most of these in Candida, My Childhood, and 5 Causes of Gut Dysbiosis.)
  •  We have 100 trillion bacteria in our bodies and they live in the gut mainly. When your gut is polluted, then all matter of disease starts.
  • Eating cultured (fermented) foods assits in digestion of other foods by building up enzymes.
  • Many probiotics on the market are synthetic, or even genetically modified (get the recording to find out how to tell if they are GMO. Hint: one of the most promoted probiotics on the market now is GMO. Blah.)

Missed the call?  There’s no need to despair.

Just use the registration form here to get access to the recording.

With your registration, you’ll also get an email from Lacey Swartz, (co-host of the teleseminar last night):

  • a special promo code for teleseminar attendees for 20% off if you’d like to try any of the probiotic products–the InLiven (powdered fermented superfoods) or Fast Tract (liquid, super strength, gluten-free probiotic). The promo code is valid until June 8th at 11:59 pm.
  • entries to a giveaway with two winners.  One person will win a tub of InLiven, and the other will win a bottle of Fast Tract. I am so thankful for Miessence being so generous to give these to two of my readers!  (The giveaway ends Monday, June 3 at 11:59 EST, so head on over right now and sign up for the recording so you can get in on this great offer before it’s over.)

I can’t wait to see who wins!

Personal Thoughts about Health and Probiotics

I can honestly say that I am floored by how well these probiotics are working for me and for my family.

I expected to not be able to tolerate them, but instead, I am sleeping better and my digestion and other issues are improving.

I hope you know by now that my passion to share with you, among other things, natural helps that I believe will make a huge difference in your life and health.

I used to be someone who was headed down the wrong path health-wise–thinking that fat free was a great way to eat (jelly beans were a preferred treat.) And it took a rude awakening of really bad health to show me that I needed to change.

I was clearly in a lot of trouble, and I have made great strides (more on that soon–make sure you are subscribed so you don’t miss it!), but I really think I am headed to a new level of health, thanks to these probiotics.

As my practitioner says, “You have to pay the rent to live in your body.”

Good food and good health supports are like “paying the rent.”

She’s right.

Without health, you don’t have much.

I am choosing to live and fight for myself and my family to have better gut health and to live as vibrantly as possible in the face of a world that increasingly is at odds to good health and free living.

I can choose to say “no” to:

      • modern processed foods
      • unnecessary medicine and “quick fixes” and
      • things that eat up my budget unnecessarily

and “yes” to

      • education about natural choices for good health
      • whole, unprocessed and organic, when possible, foods
      • an open mind about what I need to do next

so that I can be armed with better information, and have more money to spend on things that will help us heal where we are broken.

Won’t you join me?

Click here to get access to the free recording so you can be on your way to better gut and overall health with me.

What is your next step to better overall health?

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  1. Wow, that could very well be. Never thought of that…..

  2. Please enter me into the giveaway for the probiotics, thanks

  3. I was just referred to this post regarding my stress-induced severe IBS. Do you know if the powdered version can go in coffee? I don’t know if the heat of it would kill it or not.

    • Yes, I would think it would be OK. It has been tested to endure hot weather temps for two weeks but I will ask.

    • Here is the first reply I got: “Hot coffee, or iced coffee? Probably best to avoid hot. Iced might be fine, aside from general recommendations to limit caffeine intake. Also, caffeine is listed as one of the things that kills good bugs in our gut in this video – but to which InLiven strains will be super hardy and resistant. All that to say, I suppose it might be ok, but probably really not the best option. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MKLgSMWsseM

      How about iced?

  4. Thank you so much for responding back and for asking for me on my behalf. We have one of those one-cup fancy coffee makers and my sweet 9 year old son brings me coffee he made for me as I’m waking up. I was thinking that would be perfect for the powdered version but I guess it might kill some of the good stuff. The only other thing I drink is water, and if it changes the taste even slightly I won’t want to drink it. So I guess I’ll try it with my coffee and see if it helps. If not, I’ll have to find another way to get it in my system. Again, thank you! Will order it today!

    • What I do is (and I’ve heard I am unusual) is I put 1 tsp in my mouth and follow it w/ a water chaser. It’s sour, but that way I get it on a completely empty stomach, which is the best way to do it. It is still good on a full stomach but this way you get the full potency. Hope you like it! :) I find I have more energy w/ it.

  5. Hi Adrienne, I found your posts about fermented foods, and have been trying the Fast Tract. I have had the same kinds of troubles for a long time tolerating any fermented foods and it seems to be going pretty well so far with the Fast Tract. I’m curious if you followed through with your 1 bottle a week experiment and how it went? And what you’ve continued to do with Fast Tract since? Trying to decide if something like that might be beneficial for me. It makes me nervous. :) But I also have a lot of healing to do and am so tired of candida and bacterial problems in my gut. Thanks so much for sharing your story here! So helpful…

    • I did. I finally had no itching and was really pleased. or just really minimal. I can tell my gut is more resistant now but I am going to be doing more work on leaky gut and more. I hope to update you all as I have real things to update. I am looking into parasites and adrenals more too. Take care. Sorry to hear about your issues.