Belly Bugz FAQs
Question: What Are Belly Bugz Probiotic & Prebiotic?
Belly Bugz Contain 13 Strains of Active Bacteria Made From Organic Vegan Sources!
All the following Lactobacillus bacteria are used in the fermentation process and are cultured from organic superfoods, NOT dairy, fecal matter or laboratory bred. The Yeast Strains in Belly Bugz Formula are Responsible for the Presence of B-Vitamins – Crucial for Good Brain Health.
- Lactobacillus Acidophilus
- Lactobacillus Delbrueckii
- Lactobacillus Caseii
- Lactobacillus Bulgaricus
- Lactobacillus Caucasicus
- Lactobacillus Fermenti
- Lactobacillus Plantarum
- Lactobacillus Brevis
- Lactobacillus Helveticus
- Lactobacillus Lactis
- Bifidabacterium Bifidum
- Saccharomyces Boulardii
- Saccharomyces Cerevisiae
Question: What do all those words mean?
Acidiphilus: Increase immune function to balance pathogenic activity.
Delbruecki: Enhances antibodies in the blood.
Caseii: Immune enhancing, eases the flow of food through the gut.
Bugaricusl: Natural antioxidant, tumour necrosis factor, fat metaboliser, produces its own antibiotics, lives in harmony with other bacterium.
Causasicus: Friendly long life bacteria for happy belly.
Fermenti: Friendly Mucosa bacteria, assists all the linings of the body, decreases harmful bacteria.
Plantarium: Prevents harmful bacteria from attaching to the wall of the intestine, eliminates harmful pathogens, anti-viral, eliminates toxins and provides the “wake up” factor for those on the Autistic Scale.
Brevis: Assists Leaky Gut Syndrome, aids the elimination of Helicobacter (ulcer causing bacterium).
Heleveticus: Supports bone density, increases calcium absorption, aids stress reduction, assists blood pressure balancing.
Leichmannii: Important for a healthy functioning metabolism.
Lactis: Helps regulate bowel motility, assists IBS
Bifida-bacterium Bifidum: Assists Bone health, the synthesis of vitamin B and vitamin K.
Saccharomyces Boulardii: Aids in the treatment and prevention of diarrhea.
Saccharomyces Cerevisiae: Aids in Preventing recurring intestinal disease caused by a bacterium called Clostridium Difficile.
Question: When is the Best Time to Take Belly Bugz?
Answer: Have some first thing in the morning after a glass of water and last thing at night.The morning one activates and the evening one assists you in going to bed with good nutrition and probiotics, to assist your body repairing whilst you sleep.
Question: What Happens if I Take too Much?
Answer: This is an interesting question because if your body is toxic or if you are not in very good health you will notice a reaction to the foods immediately.
This is why we like first time users to start with 1/8th of a teaspoon until they adjust to having nutrition at the level available in Belly Bugz.
For example, if you have not had a good diet for a long time, or if you have a compromised digestive system, you may not have been getting the goodness from food for years.
To have an over-consumption of nutrition after such a long time will have effects; such as loose stools, so best to always start small and work your way up.
Question: Do Belly Bugz have a Use By Date?
We love being asked this question, because unlike most probiotic supplements, Belly Bugz has an extremely long life span.
Two years is posted on the label, but in truth they stay alive and vital for many years.
Some old stock was tested and found the bacteria count (probiotics) had virtually the same amount of good bacteria that they had when the product was made seven years prior.That means the product was good for over seven years and what is more interesting is that the product had been sitting on a shelf in an office for all that time. So to answer this question, even product over its use by date is safe and beneficial to use.
Question: Do I Have to Mix it in Water or Can I Mix it in Food?
Answer: In or on food, mixed in drinks or straight off a spoon.
Every day we need nutrition, good bacteria and especially the benefits from pre-digested food.So take it how you like it everyday!