Find out what’s wrong with using enteric-coated capsules for probiotics.

And why the culturing substrate (intrinsic supernatant) is so important to the functioning of the bacteria inside your body, and directly benefits your digestion.

Learn about competitive exclusion; the nature of bacteria is mutual antagonism – they produce compounds to compete with any other bacteria in their environment. This environment could be a pill, a bottle, or your gut.

Did you know that if you culture your own yogurt – using a powerful starter culture like Natren’s – that yoghurt will contain about 100 million c.f.u per serving? By comparison, Natren’s Healthy Trinity contains 30 billion c.f.u. per dose. Join us for this talk to discover why we need so much more beneficial bacteria today then 50 or 60 years ago.

Or listen/download the audio of this session:

In this week’s session, Natasha Trenev and I answer questions from Nellie, Brooke, Patsy, Edie, Chris, Desiree, Sarah, Wendy, Terry and Robert. You can either watch the video, or listen/download the audio – it’s great drive-home material!

If you have any further questions, just post them below in the Comments section.

Want more?

If you enjoyed this, then join Natasha and I for the final installment of this 3-part, in-depth series on probiotics, dosing, usage, etc. Watch or listen to PART 3 here.

And in case you missed it, here is PART 1