Prebiotic & Probiotic Combo Pack Perfect Pass

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Take Perfect Pass Prebiotics & Perfect Pass Probiotics together and improve the diversity of your good bacteria daily

Here are more Prefect Pass Prebiotic facts:

  • PHGG is soluble fiber that selectively feeds the diverse populations of your beneficial bacteria.
  • PHGG changes the ratio of good to bad microbes in favor of the good.
  • The negative, inflammatory effect of the bad microbes are controlled when you feed the many populations of good microbes.

PHGG has been extremely well researched and can help with IBS.

 

Here are more Perfect Pass Probiotic facts:

  • They’re 100% compatible with the paleo diet
  • They have a 100% survival rate through stomach acid and bile (no other probiotics can attest to this).
  • You don't have to refrigerate Bacillus Spore Probiotics

The 3 strains contained in Perfect Pass Probiotics were studied extensively for safety and proper characterization by London University Department of Microbiology. They are the global leaders in bacillus species research.

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Take Perfect Pass Prebiotics & Perfect Pass Probiotics together and improve the diversity of your good bacteria daily

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Here are more Prefect Pass Prebiotic facts:

  • PHGG is soluble fiber that selectively feeds the diverse populations of your beneficial bacteria.
  • PHGG changes the ratio of good to bad microbes in favor of the good.
  • The negative, inflammatory effect of the bad microbes are controlled when you feed the many populations of good microbes.

PHGG has been extremely well researched and can help with IBS.

 

Here are more Perfect Pass Probiotic facts:

  • They’re 100% compatible with the paleo diet
  • They have a 100% survival rate through stomach acid and bile (no other probiotics can attest to this).
  • You don't have to refrigerate Bacillus Spore Probiotics

The 3 strains contained in Perfect Pass Probiotics were studied extensively for safety and proper characterization by London University Department of Microbiology. They are the global leaders in bacillus species research.

Directions

These are Bacillus spore probiotics that are easy to take daily.
You only need to take 1 per day.
They don't need to be refrigerated.

Taking PHGG - Partially Hydrolyzed Guar Gum Prebiotic is easy too.
It is tasteless and odorless.
Mix 4 gm in a glass of water everyday.

This is the perfect combo to strengthen your digestion function.

Supplement Facts

Perfect Pass Prebiotic contains:
Pure PHGG (Partially Hydrolyzed Guar Gum)
non GMO, all natural, vegetarian, certified Kosher and Halal and does not contain any gluten, milk, wheat, soy, yeast, peanuts, corn or animal products

Perfect Pass Probiotic contains:
*One billion CFUs of each strain

*3 billion cells per capsule
Bacillus subtilis HU58
Bacillus clausii
Bacillus coagulans 

Other ingredients: Cellulose

Perfect Pass Probiotic is a vegetable capsule.

Does not contain gluten, milk, wheat, soy, yeast, peanuts, corn or animal products.

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Manufacturer Perfect Pass
Country of Manufacture United States
Heat Sensitive No
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There are 3 pharmaceutical grade strains of bacillus spores. These bacillus spores are able to survive stomach acid.

Each have a distinct function and synergistically contribute to the combined effectivenss of Perfect Pass Probiotics.

1) Bacillus Coagulans

Bacillus Coagulans gives the formula it’s profound ability to

  • fight inflammatory conditions,
  • aid in digestion and
  • prevent the growth of harmful bacteria.

It is an extremely well studied probiotic in the spore family that is now known for it’s excellent effect on inflammatory conditions like IBS and Crohn’s.

It also has potent immune boosting effect.
Why is this? It’s because Bacillus Coagulans spores are able to produce lactic acid, more specifically the L+ optical isomer of lactic acid.

This isomer has been shown to have a greater effect on immune stimulation and gut defense than the other forms of lactic acid produced by other conventional probiotics.

Bacillus Coagulans is also a great colonizer. With this attribute we can be sure that effective colonization takes place. This way we know for sure that it will produce the beneficial effects that we need.

Bacillus Coagulans also plays a important role in absorption of nutrients as well as the digestion of food. It can digest incoming fat to reduce the uptake of cholesterol.

2) Bacillus Subtilis HU58

Bacillus Subtilis spores have been extensively studied both on a genetic as well as a functional level.

  • It fights off pathogenic bacteria.
  • It produces important nutrients in the gut itself.
  • It is also is a very potent immune stimulator as it starts to germinate in the small intestine and this provides a broad-spectrum immune stimulation effect.

There are actually many probiotic products in the pharmaceutical and even the agricultural markets that make use of this powerful probiotic.

Bacillus Subtilis HU58 can prevent bad bacteria grow in many different types of conditions. It produces close to 12 strong antibiotics that are potent fighters of opportunistic and harmful bacteria.

Bacillus Subtilis HU58 produces a very healthy compound called Nattokinase. When this bacillus strain is in it’s vegetative state, it secretes Nattokinase. This has been shown to lower cholesterol, reduce blood pressure and also reduce excessive clotting by fibrinolysis.

Besides Nattokinase, Bacillus subtilis also produces a number of other nutrients that have benefit the body as a whole, like B vitamins and Vitamin K2.

3) Bacillus Clausii

This bacillus spore strain is known to be the largest selling strain of prescription probiotic in the world.

Now, for the first time, this strain is available to the U.S. dietary supplement industry.

Bacillus Clausii is type of spore that is often suggested to be taken during antibiotic treatmentbecause it is able to ward off damage from a variety of common antibiotics.

We can use Perfect Pass Probiotic together with antibiotic therapy to keep the organisms balanced in the gut.

Research References for the 3 Bacillus Spore Strains

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This probiotic offers benefits that other common probiotics may not. Now we know that effective probiotics go way beyond digestive health. This bacillus spore probiotic provides all those benefits.

There are benefits to immune function, immune stimulation, managing populations of dangerous bacteria, digestion of cholesterol, neutralizing toxins, production of key nutrients and more.

Unless your current probiotic has adequate doses of several spore strains, it doesn’t give you all these beneficial affects of a true probiotic.

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  1. Which strains are best? Bacillus Endospore strains
  2. How much do you need? A therapeutic dose is just a little more than the 2 billion strains you usually have. There are 3 billion strains in Perfect Pass Probiotics
  3. Do they survive digestion? YES they do.
  4. Do they colonize the intestinal tract? Yes, they do.
  5. Are they native to your gut? Yes, they are!
  6. Do they need refrigeration? No, they don't.
  7. Are they backed by real science? Yes they are.

Start today to maintain a healthy digestive system, strengthen your immune system and boost your energy.

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The strains in Perfect Pass Probiotics are very important during detox, even heavy metal detox. They improve the barrier function of the gut, which helps minimize heavy metals from leaking into the circulatory system. They support the liver and gall bladder by increasing short chain fatty acids, which is very important during detox. They are not harmed in any way by the detox process, they in fact help the body deal with the stress of detox.

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Yes, that is totally normal. The strains used in Perfect Pass are 100% natural, direct extracts from fermentation with no fillers added and certainly no colorants added. Fermentation powders tend to have variation in color and even odor sometimes and biology is never pure white. 
When you see pure white powders they are typically mixed with a filler to homogenize color and even bleached or whitened to give a uniform, white colors. 
As you know, there isn't much in nature that is pure white, certainly not anything with bacteria. So those specs are just a natural part of the raw fermentation extract. 

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  • It has no odor
  • It has no taste
  • You won't find any 'clumps' or 'grit'
  • It dissolves instantly in water
  • Perfect Pass Prebiotic is Non-GMO
  • All raw materials are kept free from GMO and their derivatives throughout the production process
  • It is 100% Gluten Free
  • Perfect Pass Prebiotic starts as a natural material, which is grown in fields that are not treated with chemicals.
  • No preservatives are used or added during manufacturing
  • Perfect Pass Prebiotic meets the accepted criteria to be labeled as a “natural food ingredient”
  • It is certified Kosher
  • It is certified Halal
  • It is vegetarian (not of any animal origin nor derivative)
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A prebiotic is a fiber. The fiber is found in foods like chicory, garlic, and Jerusalem artichokes.
Here’s why prebiotics are so powerful:
The good bacteria in your gut thrive on this specific type of soluble fiber.
That means, when you take prebiotics, you selectively help the good bacteria in your gut thrive--without helping the harmful bacteria.When you take probiotics, you give your gut “more good bacteria.”
Prebiotics, on the other hand, are not bacteria, but “food for your existing good bacteria.”

  • Prebiotics are the answer to a healthy digestive system.
  • They are the best food for your probiotics. Why? They are the 'fertilizer' that helps them grow.
  • Prebiotic is soluble fiber that stimulates the growth of beneficial gut microbiota.
  • This is very different from insoluble fiber, which the human digestive system can't digest. Insoluble fiber has the ability to speed up the process of elimination but it doesn't really contribute nutritionally in the way that soluble fiber does.
  • Perfect Pass Prebiotic is made of PHGG -partially hydrolyzed guar gum. This type of soluble fiber ferments slowly and is ideal to maintain a healthy microbiome.
  • Prebiotics help increase diversity of your probiotics. Diversity makes for a healthy digestive tract.

Read how PHGG Helps Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Read The Role of PHGG as a dietary fiber

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It’s an exciting time in the study of our microbiome.
There has been more research on the human microbiota (i.e. the microorganisms that inhabit our gastrointestinal system) in the past 3 years than the prior 50 years. 
With the completion of a massive scientific undertaking called the Human Microbiome Project, we now have a completely new understanding of how our 100 trillion gut bacteria contribute to both health and disease.The study provided quite a shock. 

Did you know that your gut houses between 500 and 1000 different species of microorganisms? 
It turns out, it’s not a few species of bacteria that make you healthier, it’s having many different species cooperating together.In other words, the more diversity of good bacteria you have, the healthier you are. 
That’s where prebiotics come in.

Prebiotics are the perfect fertilizer for the good bacteria in your gut… including any probiotic you're taking.
By selectively feeding your beneficial microbes, their diversity increases, their numbers increase, and the bad microbes lose their stronghold. This sets up the ideal healing environment.

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Here’s what’s really interesting:
Because of the Human Microbiome Project, we can now recognize the disease you have based on the diversity and type of microbes in your gut. 
So the real question is, how do you improve the diversity of your entire microbiome?
How do you heal your underlying gastrointestinal condition (IBS, crohn’s, colitis, diarrhea, constipation etc.) instead of just symptomatic relief?
The answer is prebiotics.

When you take prebiotics, you naturally increase the diversity of your good microbes.
You can actually heal an inflamed and damaged gut.

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The best prebiotic is partially hydrolyzed guar gum (PHGG).
This supplement is basically like eating guar beans and getting a ton of soluble fiber that your good bacteria love.

The process of hydrolyzation makes PHGG slightly more expensive, but far easier for your good bacteria to feed on, because the guar gum is already partially broken down with water.
That’s why PHGG is more effective than inulin and FOS.

Allergen Statement

Taiyo International, Inc. hereby certifies that the above ingredient is natural and does not contain, nor produced with or sourced from any of the following ingredients

Allergens:

Alcohol Excipients / Carriers Sesame seeds or oil and products thereof
Animal Products Fish and products thereof Sodium
Artificial Color Gluten Soybeans / oil and products thereof
Artificial Flavor Milk and products thereof
(including lactose)
Starch
Artificial Sweetener MSG Sulfites
Canola Mustard and products thereof Sugar
Celery and products thereof Peanuts or peanut oil and products thereof Sunflower Oil
Cereals containing gluten
(wheat, rye, barley, oats, spelt or their hybridized strains)
Potato Tartrazine
Corn Products Preservatives Tree nuts / oil and nut products thereof
Crustacean and products thereof (Shellfish) Red/sugar beets Wheat Products
Dairy Products Rice Yeast
Egg and products thereof Safflower Oil
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Watch the recent Dr Oz interview with Dr Frank Lipman M.D. who explains how Short Chain Fatty Acids help reduce cravings. Eating prebiotics foods or taking Perfect Pass Prebiotic is the way to achieve this.

  1. Prebiotics alter the composition of organisms that are found in the gut microbiome.
  2. Prebiotics are actually soluble fiber. As with all fiber, it also goes through the small intestine unchanged. It dissolves in water, and is readily fermented in the colon producing beneficial gases and physiologically active byproducts.
  3. A prebiotic is not a probiotic. A probiotic is comprised of bacteria strains. A prebiotic, however, is different. It is food fiber that grows in plants and that's what the good bacteria in the gut thrive on. Yes, they are actually the fuel for the bacteria’s own growth. It is here that some remarkable and wonderful things begin to happen that strengthen digestive function.
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