Probiotics and Immune health

Promoting immunity in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract

For some, antibiotics can be an unwelcomed guest. For those whose systems resist prescription antibiotics, probiotics can be a viable alternative to promoting immune health.The gastrointestinal tract is the body’s primary immune organ.

Seventy to 80% of the body’s immune cells are located in the GI tract.9 This makes sense, considering it is one of the largest body systems and is responsible for defending against any harmful bacteria that the body ingests. Additionally, the immune system ensures an appropriate response to non-harmful components such as food and friendly bacteria.

Keeping the gut in tip-top shape can have a major impact on the overall health of the body. That is why it’s important to make a conscious effort to promote a healthy GI system by taking supplements like probiotics that can help fight bacteria. For instance, levels of certain friendly bacteria in the colon have been reported to decline after age 55, while other levels of bacteria may be negatively influenced by stress. Taking probiotics on a regular basis may help restore levels of important immune system markers back to levels found in younger controls. Probiotics may also help counteract any changes in the intestinal barrier function often brought on by stress. In order to maintain a healthy immune system, the intestinal tract must be kept in order and have healthy levels of friendly bacteria to fend off harmful ones.

How to keep the GI tract healthy

Keeping the gut in tip-top shape can have a major impact on the overall health of the body. That is why it’s important to make a conscious effort to promote a healthy GI system by taking supplements like probiotics that can help fight bacteria. For instance, levels of certain friendly bacteria in the colon have been reported to decline after age 55, while other levels of bacteria may be negatively influenced by stress.

Taking probiotics on a regular basis may help restore levels of important immune system markers back to levels found in younger controls. Probiotics may also help counteract any changes in the intestinal barrier function often brought on by stress. In order to maintain a healthy immune system, the intestinal tract must be kept in order and have healthy levels of friendly bacteria to fend off harmful ones.

Letting probiotics go to work

It may seem strange to think of bacteria communicating to one another inside the body, but that is exactly how probiotics work to prevent toxins from causing harm. “Colonies” or probiotic microorganisms communicate with the immune system within the GI tract to work together and fend off bad bacteria. Think of probiotics as the cavalry that revitalizes the immune system and helps promote proper immune responses.

While the probiotics go to work identifying harmful bacteria and begin eliminating them, the immune system lends a helping hand to break up and escort these dead pathogens out of the body. A specially designed probiotic like Renadyl™ helps turn the colon into a cleansing agent that assists the damaged or injured kidney’s inability to properly metabolize waste in the body.

“Latest scientific, evidence-backed supplements from Renadyl have been a book to my patients”
- Dr. George Matthew
(MD, PHD, Nephrology)
How Renadyl helps with its Propreitory Probiotics
Renadyl™ is a patented and proprietary probiotics dietary supplement that has been scientifically formulated and clinically tested. Renadyl™ metabolizes nitrogenous waste that has diffused from the bloodstream into the bowel. Nitrogenous wastes are utilized by Renadyl™ as nutrients. As probiotics grow and multiply, they consume more nitrogenous waste and therefore effectively help maintain healthy kidney function. The nitrogenous metabolites are eliminated as solid waste/fecal matter.
Every Capsule of Rendyl contains..
45 Billion CFUs
High concentration of probiotic microbes aka Colony-forming Units (CFUs)
2 Prebiotic Fibers
to promote the growth of the probiotics found in Renadyl and your own beneficial gut microbes.
3 Proprietary Strains
of helpful Bacteria selected by science for their ability to metabolize nitrogenous waste.

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