The brand name Reg´Activ® was created from the words “Active Regeneration.” This active regeneration is precisely what occurs when the patented probiotic Lactobacillus fermentum ME-3 produces and recycles Glutathione.
Glutathione is the “Master Antioxidant,” which is so important because it is used by every cell in the body.
Glutathione is touted by scientists as the “Master Antioxidant” for its crucial role in maintaining cellular health during daily exposure to free radicals, common environmental toxins and the effects of aging.
Lactobacillus fermentum ME–3 Supports the Body in 3 Areas
Maintaining a healthy immune system
Supporting the health of cardiovascular tissue
Promoting healthy liver function for detoxification
Lactobacillus fermentum ME probiotic is the potent strain in Reg’Activ Probiotic formulas.
There are three different Reg Active formulas to choose from.
They all include the extremely effective probiotic strainLactobacillus fermentum ME-3.
Click Here to watch Ross Pelton Explain why Glutathione is so important to live a long healthy life.
Each of the three different Reg’Activ formulas have added known beneficial ingredients which focus on these particular body functions, adding to the therapeutic doses of Lactobacillus fermentum ME – 3:
What’s the Role Probiotics Play in Producing Antioxidants?
We asked our friend, Kiran Krishnan, microbiologist and gut health expert, if probiotics produce antioxidants in the gut. We were curious about how probiotics can produce antioxidants, which ones are produced and how you can benefit from these amazing nutrients. Scroll to the bottom of this post to see our interview with Kiran on this fascinating topic.
Kiran has specialized in gut health for the past 17 years. He has gathered a wealth of knowledge on probiotics and how they affect our microbiome from his research and the latest clinical trials.
Here’s what Kiran had to say, “There’s only one type of probiotic strain that can produce antioxidants and that’s the strains of the Bacillus family.
It’s true the Bacillus endospore strains produce antioxidants in the gut.”
Here’s how they work; they take incoming food and convert them into antioxidants and other useful nutrients such as Methylated B Vitamins.