Probiotics have exploded in popularity over the last decade. So why has our gut health
continued to get worse over the same time period?
Probiotics, in theory are great. The beneficial effects of good bacteria are well established in
the scientific literature.
However, there's an important piece of the puzzle nobody is talking about.
Too much bacteria in the small intestine can be just as bad -- or in many cases, much worse
than not having enough bacteria. Bacterial overgrowth is actually one of the most common
causes of heartburn, bloating, unexplained nausea, constipation and excess gas.
In fact, up to 60% of people who suffer from bloating, constipation and digestive upsets are
actually found to have bacteria overgrowth in their small intestine.
Giving probiotics to someone with a sick gut microbiome is like trying to plant a garden
on farm land that was previously used as a toxic waste dump.
That's why probiotics alone will never solve the problem. Adding more bacteria to a system
that is already suffering from too much bacteria is a recipe for disaster. And if you've tried
probiotics and they didn't work, I'm sure you can relate to this.
Emma works in a completely different way.
Instead of forcing more bacteria into an environment which may already have too much
bacteria, Emma is designed to change the environment using gut microbiome modulators -
that is, powerful plant-based molecules proven to increase healthy friendly flora and decrease
pathogenic bad bacteria.
You're going to increase the health protecting friendly flora, start feeling more energy
throughout the day, achieve full elimination in the bathroom every morning, curb those
annoying cravings, get lean and trim and finally feeling good about yourself.
Trust me, if crops aren't growing because the soil is toxic, adding more 'seeds' isn't going to
solve the problem. Instead, you have to change the environment, detoxify the soil, add
minerals, nutrients and fertilizer, rotate the crops.
That's the only way you’re going to get things working the way they’re supposed to.