054 – Why You Need Probiotics – My Interview with Ross Pelton

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Probiotics Are Critical for Immune Function and Digestive Health

Ross PeltonProbiotics are finally getting the respect they deserve. Probiotics play a critical role in human health. We often think of probiotics in terms of digestive health and they are very important for that function. What is not as well appreciated is the role that probiotics play in supporting immune health. What is also misunderstood is that probiotic supplements are vastly different from one another and not all probiotics produce the same benefits.

In this interview, pharmacist Ross Pelton discusses the importance of probiotics for digestive and immune health. He describes the difference between the many different strains of probiotic bacteria and what makes Dr. Ohhira’s Probiotic unique. When seeking out the best nutritional products, look for those companies that have expertise and that have a reputation for quality. Dr Ohhira’s Probiotic is considered by many to be the best. Why is that? Ross Pelton explains the unique 3 year fermentation process used by Dr. Ohhira that creates a probiotic unlike any other.

Ross Pelton is a professional pharmacist and a Certified Clinical Nutritionist. He is also the author of numerous important health books including Mind Food and Smart Pills, and the Drug Induced Nutrient Depletion Handbook. You can learn more about Ross Pelton at his website. NaturalPharmacist.net.

For more information on Dr. Ohhira’s probiotic go the the website EssentialFormulas.com.

This podcast episode is sponsored by

Dr. Ohhria's Probiotic

 

 

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1 ted jarosz September 29, 2015 at 4:40 pm

How do I obtain the promised free white paper re ME3 glutathione ref active probiotic per the “coast to coast radio show”?

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2 Steve Lankford October 1, 2015 at 8:57 am

You should contact Coast to Coast radio and ask them.

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