I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting for Provella.
What are some of the ways you stay healthy as a mom? Do you eat a healthy diet? Possibly work out a few times a week? One of my New Year’s resolutions is to take better care of myself. I tend to put myself last after the boys, and my husband. Women, especially mom’s have a natural instinct to nurture and take care of others, however, we sometimes neglect our own needs. I’m working on incorporating my needs into the mix more often, starting with Provella Probiotic.
Here are some facts about Probiotics:
What is a probiotic?
A. Probiotics are not drugs or vitamins. Rather, they are live microorganisms, usually bacteria, which may benefit human health. Probiotics are referred to as friendly or good bacteria. The human body, and particularly the lower gastrointestinal tract, contains a complex and diverse community of bacteria. Although we sometimes think of bacteria as germs, many actually help the body work properly.
What can probiotics do for women?
A. Women today are constantly making choices to balance their busy lives. Maintaining digestive, feminine and immune health is no different. Probiotics can help. Bifidobacteria, as a normal inhabitant of the intestines, have gastrointestinal benefits and support healthy immune responses.
There are so many probiotic choices available, which one is best suited for women?
A. Not all probiotics are created equal or are specifically designed for women to support their unique needs. This can pose a challenge for women to decide which one is best for them. Your health care professional may recommend probiotic options, including Provella™, a probiotic dietary supplement specifically designed for women to promote digestive, feminine, and immune health.
Here’s a great video that offers additional information about Probiotics for Women:
Disclosure: I received product samples to facilitate my review and a promotional item to thank me for participating. These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.