Wow! It has been a little over a year since I have sent out a Newsletter, because quiet frankly, I am not sure what kind of health information you would like to receive? So I wanted to ask you, what would you like to know about? It can be anything health related since I have more in my head than just yeast infections. Drop me an email and let me know ok.

I also wanted to ask you how often you would like to receive the Newsletter? Weekly, monthly, maybe this once a year thing is good for you since you might not want to read my drivel? Haha

How would you like an audio to go along with this Newsletter? It would be a simple review of what is in the Newsletter and I would do it myself. Do you think it would be a good idea to maybe add audio to the pages on the website giving people a brief explanation of what that page is about? Let me know about these things because I appreciate your feedback <>. Thank You

The reason for this Newsletter is, drum roll please....I have discovered a probiotic that does establish new bacterial colonies in the intestine, and it has the scientific research behind it to prove that fact!

Lactobacillus GG, The Scientifically Proven Probiotic That Will Grow New Colonies in Your Intestine, Killing Your Yeast, Build Your Immune System, and Restoring Your Health to Normal

In 1905 Dr. Elie Metchinikoff conducted original research that led to the discovery of the lactobacillus strains of good bacteria. During his research he suggested that consuming lactobacillus rich yogurt could alter the aging process. Consequently he was responsible for the introduction of L. bulgaricus and Streptococcus thermophilus in yogurt throughout the world.

While his discovery did aid in the treatment of many intestinal disorders including candida yeast infections, it did not achieve the degree of benefit he had thought it would. The reason for this is l. bulgaricus and Streptococcus thermophilus do not repopulate the human intestine since they are not normally found there. However, the study of probiotics and good bacteria for human health was born.

Fast forward to 1985 when Professors Sherwood Gorbach and Barry Goldin from Boston were doing research into lactobacillus species and the human digestive system. They were looking for the ideal probiotic candidate that would satisfy Dr. Metchinikoff’s vision. The criteria they set consisted of:

  • It had to be of human origin.

  • It had to be able to attach to the intestinal wall and form colonies.

  • It had to be resistant to acid and bile and survive the journey from the mouth to the intestine.

  • It had to exhibit health-promoting activity in the human body.

  • It had to be safe.

    Through their research they discovered and isolated a lactobacillus strain that was later named Lactobacillus GG ATCC 53103, LGG for short, that occurs naturally in the digestive tract. Since then Lactobacillus G.G has been the most studied strain of good bacteria in the world.

    You know, I am quite frankly surprised I have never heard of this probiotic before. With all the research I do about yeast and other fungal disease, I can’t believe I missed it. But, better late than never right?

    I’m not going to get into all the details behind the studies here in this Newsletter, you can go over to this page for that. But here are some details on what this probiotic can do for you.

    The Benefits of LGG in a Nutshell

  • Reduces stomach upset and inflammation in all cases of stomach illness.

  • Successfully treats diarrhea both in children and adults.

  • Helps alleviate eczema and atropic dermatitis.

  • Prevents and kills h. pylori.

  • Helps reduce and stabilize blood sugar levels in diabetic individuals.

  • LGG is beneficial for arthritic patients.

  • It reduces harmful bacteria in the respiratory tract.

  • LGG reduces the incidence and severity of colds and flu’s.

  • It boosts immune properties of breast milk and prevents eczema in infants for up to two years after birth.

  • It helps to heal leaky gut syndrome.

  • LGG does not have to be refrigerated so it won’t spoil and grow mold.

  • It does form new colonies in the intestinal tract.

  • It can survive antibiotic attack!

    These last three benefits as far as yeast infection sufferers are concerned is extremely important. Just the fact that most probiotics say you have to refrigerate them suggests they spoil. What happens to food when it spoils? It molds of course, and molds kill good bacteria.

    Finding a probiotic that will grow new colonies in the intestine is your biggest problem in achieving long-term relief from chronic yeast infections. This product does that and its been proven by science.

    The fact that it survives antibiotic attack also is a blessing for anyone on the planet that has ever, or will ever, take an antibiotic for anything again. This would be a great probiotic to take with an antibiotic and after so you didn’t get a yeast infection to start with.

    The doses are high as well, 30 billion live bacteria in one capsule. I always like to see everyone take a minimum of 30 billion cfu’s, or more, a day when treating themselves for yeast infections. A good dose would be one cap three times a day during the probiotic protocol and 1 cap a day for maintenance. Add two Total Immune Booster at night and a person would grow new colonies very quickly, not to mention putting a serious hurt on any yeast overgrowth.

    You can head on over to this web page and scroll half way down the page if you would like to read the specifics on Lactobacillus GG.

    More Lactobacillus GG Information

    Have a Great Day <>,

    Dan