Elie Metchnikoff, a Russian researcher and scientist, was working in Bulgaria when he observed that the inhabitants of a certain village lived unusually long lifespans… (many of them over 100 years old (centenarians). It took about a century, but his theory on why these people live such long and healthy lives has become a household name and has evolved into about a 90 billion dollar global industry.

Longevity is not just about living longer. It’s about how you age… how your body stays younger and healthy as you grow older.


Most people chalk it up as good genetics or that those who live long and active lives have just stayed on top of their health by maintaining a strict diet and exercising regularly.

But what if it was something else entirely? – – –

What if it was something so “Bonehead Simple” that anyone could do it with EXTREMELY little effort?

I’m talking about just eating or drinking something just once a day…

YEAH – That Easy!

Is that something you would want to know about?

What if I told you that this longevity link has also been shown to improve your mood, your skin, help you maintain optimal body weight… promote healthy immune function… enhance your body’s vitamin D & B levels…and energy levels… Improve digestion and regularity… And has even shown to have the potential to reduce the symptoms of certain neurological issues …

If you haven’t guessed it already, Elie Metchnikoff’s HUGE discovery was PROBIOTICS.

(and in the next few minutes, you’ll become an expert on probiotics… you’ll certainly know more than your friends)

As mentioned above, Metchnikoff noticed that the people who lived in a village in the Caucasus Mountains in Bulgaria who were known for their longevity (many living to be over 100) regularly consumed a fermented yogurt drink.

So he studied the drink and found that it had in it a bacteria that is now known as the probiotic Lactobacillus bulgaricus (hence the country Bulgaria where it was discovered).

And although bacteria strains had already been identified, at that point of time all bacteria were mostly believed to be harmful to the host.

Not only did Metchnikoff believe that Lactobacillus bulgaricus played a major role in longevity and enhancing health, but he also believed that it helped delay senility.

The following year, in 1908, Metchnikoff won the Nobel Prize for his work and discoveries relating to the innate immune system.

And even though his theory of “friendly bacteria” (probiotics) was groundbreaking, and his recommendation of drinking sour yogurt milk was widely adopted for bringing balance to the gut, it was abruptly replaced by sulfa drugs, and eventually antibiotics.

It wasn’t until the 1990s that probiotics started to become a mainstream name.

And much more has been learned about the probiotic Lactobacillus bulgaricus that Metchnikoff discovered over a century ago.

In addition to Metchnikoff’s theory of longevity and overall good health, L. bulgaricus has been shown to enhance the immune response against common cold.


It has been shown to lower the risk of catching a common cold by 2.6 TIMES…

and it significantly increases the activity of your natural killer cells. [1]

Natural killer cells are part of your immune system that works to contain viral infections as your body produces an antigen-specific response that can eliminate the threat. L.bulgaricus may also help protect against H. pylori infection, a common cause of peptic ulcers.[2]

Interestingly, Lactobacillus bulgaricus isn’t the only probiotic that has shown the potential to enhance longevity…

A 2017 study conducted by CONICET researchers and fellows at the National University of Rosari in Argentina may have uncovered why Japan consistently has one of the World’s Highest Longevity Rates with Over 80,000 of its current citizens over 100+ Years Old.[3]

The study suggests that a probiotic that’s found in a traditional Japanese food called natto may explain why Japanese men and women tend to live long, healthy lives.[4]

At the time the study was conducted, Japan was leading the world in longevity with an average lifespan of 84 years for females and 81 years for males.[4]

NOW, just a few years later, the numbers have grown to 88 years for females and 82 for males (life expectancy at birth).[5]

Here’s the connection to probiotics…

Natto (fermented soybeans), contains the bacteria Bacillus subtilis.

Researchers in the CONICET study used B.subtilis and the model organism C. elegans (roundworms) to understand how the probiotic biofilm (the colony) affects host longevity.

They reported, “Our results indicated that biofilm proficient B. subtilis colonized the C. elegans gut and extended the worm lifespan significantly longer than did biofilm-deficient isogenic strains.”[6]

They also found that “Significantly, the pro-longevity effect of B. subtilis was primarily due to a downregulation of the insulin-like signaling system that precisely is a key partaker in the healthy longevity of human centenarians.”[6]

That’s Just One Reason Many Consider B. Subtilis to be a SUPERSTAR Probiotic… There are more…

B. Subtilis May Help Ease Symptoms of Parkinson’s…
Over 200 years ago, English surgeon, James Parkinson found that treating gastrointestinal complaints (primarily constipation) alleviated some of the symptoms of the brain illness that bears his name.

In recent decades, scientists have found that Lewy Bodies (clumps of the protein Alpha Synuclein associated with Parkinson’s) not only exist in the brain, but also in the gastrointestinal nervous system that controls gut function.

It’s early in the research, but scientists are already seeing positive signs in inhibiting clumping and efficiently removing existing clumps of human Alpha Synuclein protein with the probiotic B.subtilis in roundworms.[7]

Increase Your Energy Level…
There’s a protein in B. subtilis DE-111 that may help improve your nitric oxide levels as it did in experiments on roundworms that helped extend their lifespan.[63]

Why is Nitric Oxide Important for Your Health? It’s a Vasodilator…

Nitric Oxide dilates your blood vessels and makes them more flexible so your blood flows easier.

It’s especially important for your cardiovascular health so your heart doesn’t have to work so hard to pump nutrient and oxygen-rich blood throughout your body.

Nitric oxide helps your blood flow even through your tiniest capillaries to energize every cell, organ, and tissue in your body.*

But B. subtilis is one of many that help enhance your energy levels… Because several probiotics contribute to a healthy gut flora (microbiome).

And a healthy gut flora is essential for the production of B group vitamins including folates, biotin, cobalamin, panthotenic acid, nicotinic acid, pyridoxine, thiamine, and riboflavin. [8]

That’s right… Your gut microbiota can synthesize these B-group vitamins.

And these B vitamins are VITAL for the production of energy in your body.*

Here’s proof:

In a study published in the Journal of International Medical Research, the authors stated that, “B complex vitamins are essential for mitochondrial function and a lack of just one of these vitamins may compromise an entire sequence of biochemical reactions necessary for transforming food into physiological energy.” [9]

Here’s How B Vitamins Help Give You Energy…

  • Vitamin B6 helps convert stored carbohydrates into glucose so that your body can use it for energy. B6 is also essential in the biosynthesis of these 3 crucial neurotransmitters; serotonin, dopamine, and adrenaline. [10]
  • Thiamine (vitamin B1), riboflavin (vitamin B2), and pantothenic acid (vitamin B5) are essential for converting nutrients into energy. [11,12,13]
  • Folate (vitamin B9) is needed for red blood cell formation and proper cell division, essential functions for energy production.
  • Vitamin B12 (cobalamin) also plays a role in red blood cell formation. [14]

Why is this important?

Red blood cells have a unique protein called hemoglobin.

Hemoglobin helps transport oxygen from your lungs and delivers it throughout your body to all of your cells. Then it carries the carbon dioxide to the lungs to be expelled from your body when you exhale. [15]

It all works together…

  1. Probiotics help improve your gut microbiota.
  2. Healthy gut microbiota helps your body produce B group vitamins.
  3. B vitamins are necessary for converting nutrients into energy. 

More AMAZING Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Probiotics…

Enhance Your Immune Function…

I already mentioned how L.bulgaricus can significantly increase the activity of your natural killer cells and lower your risk of catching a common cold by 2.6 TIMES…

But that’s just scratching the surface of how probiotics help keep the doctors away…

Here’s the thing… your “gut-associated lymphoid tissue” (GALT) represents almost 70% of your entire immune system.[17]

So that means that 70% of your immune tissue is in your gut!

Certain probiotics have been shown to help keep your immune tissue in your gut functioning properly so it can quickly neutralize invading threats.*

Lactobacillus casei is one of those probiotics…

Two randomized, double-blind, controlled studies were conducted during two influenza vaccination seasons. The goal was to examine the impact of daily consumption of a fermented dairy drink containing a probiotic strain of L. casei on the immune response to influenza vaccination in an elderly population.

The studies showed that supplementation of L. casei enhanced the immune system, improving the antibody response to influenza vaccination, and may provide a health benefit for older people.[18]

A similar study found that consumption of the same fermented dairy product with the probiotic L. casei could reduce the risk of common infections, which include respiratory and gastrointestinal common infectious illnesses.[19]

These studies suggest that L.casei may:

  • Enhance the immune response in upper airways in marathon runners[20]
  • Decrease the occurrence and duration of upper respiratory tract infection [URTI] in middle-aged healthy office workers[21]
  • Decrease the occurrence and duration of URTI in elderly inhabitants of daycare centers.[22]

(More on immune-enhancing probiotics in a moment)…

May Help You Manage Your Weight…

Is it possible that probiotics can help you fit into your jeans? YES, it is!

In a 2017 randomized, double-blind trial, researchers administered L. acidophilus, L. casei, L. lactis, B. bifidum, and B. lactis or a placebo to women who were overweight or obese while on a dietary intervention for 8 weeks. The group that received the supplementation of the probiotic blend experienced a significant reduction in waist circumference compared to the placebo group.[23]

Probiotic Bifidobacterium breve (B3-3) has also been shown to promote weight management benefits in healthy pre-obese women.

A 2018 randomized, double-blind placebo-controlled clinical trial of healthy pre-obese women for a 12-week period showed that daily consumption of the probiotic B.Breve has significant waistline-reducing effects.[24]

L. paracasei is another probiotic that has shown positive results for weight reduction in animal testing.

In a study of rats with high-fat diet-induced obesity, researchers determined that “probiotic strain Lactobacillus paracasei affects the autonomic nerve activities and regulates blood glucose and cardiovascular function.”

The study also demonstrated that long-term consumption of the lactobacillus strain Lactobacillus paracasei lowered body weight and reduced abdominal fat weight.[25]

And also, an interesting animal study showed that probiotic Bifidobacterium lactis significantly reduced body fat mass and glucose intolerance in diet-induced obese mice and diabetic mice.[26]

May Help Reduce Leaky Gut…

Leaky Gut, also known as intestinal permeability (IP), has been associated with several serious digestive issues and even allergies.

Leaky Gut is when gaps develop in the wall of your intestines which allow bacteria, parasites, viruses, and even waste can get into your bloodstream.

As you can imagine, this can cause all sorts of health problems.

So what causes Leaky Gut?

According to the Mayo Clinic, some of the main culprits include:

  • Chronic inflammatory response.
  • Radiation therapy or chemotherapy that harms the mucus membrane in the intestines.
  • Immune response triggered by food allergies.
  • Alcohol abuse.
  • Long-term use of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) like aspirin and ibuprofen.[27]

Do You Have Leaky Gut?

Here are some of the symptoms:

  • Diarrhea.
  • Burning sensation in your gut.
  • Gassy and bloated feeling from fermenting bacteria.
  • Low energy.
  • Sensitivity to certain foods.

How Can Probiotics Help?

There’s a growing body of evidence that probiotics, especially lactobacilli probiotics like L. casei, L. Salivarius, L. paracasei, L. acidophilus, L.bulgaricus, and L. plantarum, may help promote intestinal lining health in relation to the harmful effects of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).

L. plantarum specifically has been shown to enhance the integrity and function of the intestinal barrier and help reduce gut permeability.*[28]

Saccharomyces boulardii is commonly referred to as the “friendly” yeast. It’s the only known yeast that is gentle enough to be considered a probiotic.

S. boulardii is believed to be helpful for leaky gut because it has shown to restore and strengthen the intestinal barrier function.[59]

In addition, researchers of a 2021 animal study on the effects of Probiotics relative to NSAIDs published in Scientific Reports state in their conclusion that…

“Probiotics emerge as a promising cost-effective therapeutic and preventive strategy to keep intestinal health in patients on non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug treatment.”[29]

Promote Beautiful Healthy Skin…

Everyone wants their skin to look great and free of blemishes, right? But did you know that an imbalanced gut flora could cause your skin to not look so nice?

It’s true and here’s how it happens…

When you eat, the nutrients like vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that your skin needs to be healthy are absorbed through your digestive tract. But when your microbiota is out of whack, your skin may not get the nutrients it needs.

Probiotics can help you restore the balance so the bad bacteria isn’t running rampant and wreaking havoc.

80% of Acne Test Subjects Improved Skin Quality!

In a study with 300 test subjects that were experiencing an acne outbreak, participants were given the probiotic strains Lactobacillus acidophilus and Lactobacillus bulgaricus. 80% of the subjects had reduced breakouts and the texture of their skin improved.[30]

And This Probiotic Helps Your Skin Look Younger… At this point, would you be shocked to discover that probiotics may lessen those annoying signs of aging like loose skin, fine lines, UV damage, elasticity depletion, and dry skin?

A study of 110 test subjects that had noticeable signs of skin aging showed a significant reduction in wrinkle depth as well as improvements in skin hydration after receiving supplementation of the probiotic Lactobacillus Plantarum for 12 weeks.[31]

May Lift Your Spirits…

Your gut flora (microbiome) is a complex ecosystem of microorganisms. It’s often referred to as your forgotten organ because it plays such a major role in many aspects of your health and well-being.

But did you know that your gut can affect your mood?

When your gut is out of balance, other parts of your body can suffer, including your brain. That’s because your brain and gut have a unique biochemical connection that’s commonly called the gut-brain axis.

The microbiome in your gut produces some of the same important mood-enhancing neurotransmitters as your brain produces, like GABA (gamma-Aminobutyric acid), serotonin, and dopamine.

  • GAMA is a neurotransmitter that restricts neural activity which helps ease stress, soothes your mood, and promotes good sleep.[32]
  • Dopamine is commonly referred to as the “feel-good” neurotransmitter because it regulates pleasure in the brain. It’s released when your brain expects a reward like when you eat foods you crave, or have sex. [33]
  • Serotonin is a complex neurotransmitter that plays many roles, including mood-regulating, cognition enhancement, learning, and memory, sleep, bowel movements, sexual function, and more.

FACT: About 90-95% of your serotonin resides in your gut.[34]

That’s why researchers consider your gut to be your “second brain.”

But Can Probiotics Really Enhance Your Mood?

A UCLA study analyzed women in good health and no gastrointestinal issues or psychiatric symptoms found that the group who consumed yogurt with 4 strains of probiotics for four weeks had significantly calmer brains during emotional tasks than the placebo group.[35]

May Improve Your Vitamin D Levels…

4 Out of Every 10 Americans are Vitamin D Deficient…


You’re probably aware that Vitamin D is good for your bones because it helps your body absorb calcium. But vitamin D has recently earned a lot of attention because it supports immune function.

In August 2020 a study was published that showed that 81% of the 42 participants with severe COVID-19 infections and were admitted into the intensive care unit, also had vitamin D deficiency.[36]

Since then, many doctors around the world began incorporating vitamin D into their treatment regimens.

According to the Cleveland Clinic Mercy Hospital, “about 42% of the US population is vitamin D deficient.”

Those numbers are higher among people over 65 and those in northern states. [37,38]

But in a 2017 study, researchers demonstrated that certain probiotics, Lactobacillus plantarum being one of them, increased vitamin D Receptor (VDR) protein expression, VDR transcriptional activity, which help improve vitamin D levels.

They also found that restoring vitamin D/VDR signaling may enhance the host’s ability to modulate inflammatory response in patients with serious bowel and colon issues.[39]

May Improve Cholesterol Levels & Promote Heart Health…

“Eating probiotics regularly may improve your blood pressure”[40]

– American Heart Association journal Hypertension.

As you probably know, there are primarily two types of cholesterol and we commonly know them as LDL and HDL.
LDL stands for low-density lipoprotein (which is considered to be the “bad” cholesterol)… and HDL stands for high-density lipoprotein (which is known as the “good” cholesterol).

But did you know that several studies have demonstrated that certain probiotics can promote healthy cholesterol levels, specifically in people who have high cholesterol?

In 2017 a group of researchers conducted a meta-analysis of 15 randomized controlled trials (RCT’s) with 976 subjects. Their review determined that Lactobacillus probiotics significantly lowered both total cholesterol (TC) and “bad” LDL cholesterol. [41]

Their findings also suggested considerable beneficial effects on total cholesterol and HDL associated with consuming the prebiotic called inulin with the probiotic L. sporogenes (also known as Bacillus coagulans).

In 2018, a larger meta-analysis review of 32 randomized controlled trials, which included 1971 subjects, further supports that probiotics promote heart health.

“We believe probiotics might help lower blood pressure by having other positive effects on health, including improving total cholesterol and low-density lipoprotein, or LDL, cholesterol…”

-Jing Sun, Ph.D., senior lecturer at the Griffith Health Institute and School of Medicine[42]

You’ve Learned About a Lot of Probiotics Today…

Many of the probiotics we discussed are formulated in ImmuneBody® 65 Billion Probiotic.

ImmuneBody® 65 Billion Probiotic has 13 strains of the most well-researched probiotic strains and contains a very powerful 65 billion CFU (colony-forming unit) of active bacteria per capsule that can help support your overall health.*

It even includes several soil-based strains (SBOs). SBOs are noted for their high survival rate. SBOs have the ability to pass through the stomach acids in high numbers and reach the gut unharmed.*

“By far more beneficial than the lesser probiotics products that we have had in the past. It really keeps the digestive process functioning at its best.”

~ Marion F. – Langdon, ND

ImmuneBody® 65 Billion Probiotic is One of the Most Effective Probiotic Blends on the Planet for:

  • Easy & Reliable Digestion.*
  • IronClad Immune Function.*
  • Turbo Charge Energy Levels.*
  • Honed Mental Sharpness.*
  • Enhanced Skin Health.*
  • Stimulating A Positive Mood.*
  • Leveling Up Cholesterol & Heart Health.*
  • Kindling Healthy Weight Support.*
  • Promoting Longevity.*

Say Goodbye to Gastrointestinal Side Effects from Antibiotics!*

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~ Siglinde L. Frenchtown, NJ

If you want the maximum benefits from probiotics, ImmuneBody® 65 Billion Probiotic will NOT disappoint.

#1. Lactobacillus acidophilus: End The Embarrassing Tummy Rumbling Caused By Dairy Products.*

Not only may L. acidophilus help break down lactose, and ease occasional diarrhea,* but studies show that it may also:

  • Promote healthy cholesterol levels.*[43]
  • Promotes skin health.*
  • May help lessen the severity and reduce recovery time from rhinovirus (common cold) and influenza.*[44]

#2. Lactobacillus bulgaricus: Protective Killer Cells Activated!*

L.bulgaricus has been shown to lower the risk of catching the common cold by 2.6 TIMES and significantly increase the activity of your natural killer cells.

Natural killer cells are part of your immune system that works to contain viral infections as your body produces an antigen-specific response that can eliminate the threat.[1]

  • Promotes immune response against common cold.[1]
  • May help protect against H. pylori infection, a common cause of peptic ulcers.[2]
  • May promote longevity.*

#3. Lactobacillus casei: The Guardian Angel Of Immune Function Support!*

L.casei is one of those impressive probiotics that have demonstrated some incredible abilities to help us humans live healthier lives.

Not only does it support a balanced microbiota to help bring harmony to your digestive system, but it also helps promote dental health and many other blessed benefits.*

L. casei has also been shown to help:

  • Ease achiness in joints.[45]
  • Enhance immune system function.[18]
  • Promotes weight management.*

#4. Lactobacillus paracasei: Skin & Allergy Support!*

L. paracasei has demonstrated a wide variety of health benefits that include easing skin sensitivity and allergic symptoms, as well as immune function support and enhancing gut flora.*

But there’s so much more…

  • May improve insulin sensitivity and ease insulin resistance. [46]
  • May promote heart and liver health. [47,48,49]

#5. Lactobacillus salivarius: Nature’s Natural Antibiotic Producer.*

L. Salivarius is unique because it can help prevent the expansion of bad bacteria by producing hydrogen peroxide, which acts as an antibiotic.[50]

  • Promotes oral health and may help battle infection.[50]
  • Promotes healthy cholesterol levels.[51]

#6. Lactobacillus plantarum: Helps Reduce “Leaky Gut!”*

L. plantarum has been shown to enhance the integrity and function of the intestinal barrier and help reduce gut permeability, aka-“Leaky Gut” to limit bacteria, parasites, viruses, and waste from entering your bloodstream*[28]

  • Promotes skin health.*
  • Promotes enhanced vitamin D levels.*

Bifidobacteria can make up as much as 80-90% of the bacterial population in breastfed infants.[52]

In a study of 46 full-term infants, researchers stated that, “the first colonization of the intestine is one of the most profound immunological exposures faced by the newborn and it is influenced by external and internal factors.”

They continued, “The early composition of human microbiota could have long-lasting metabolic effects and the initial composition of human intestinal bacteria is also known to affect postnatal immune system development…”[4]

Your gut flora plays a vital role in your overall health and the health of your immune system… and the probiotic family known as Bifidobacteria is a major player in the health of your gut flora.

Here’s the thing…your bifidobacteria levels diminish as you age.
Supplementation of Bifidobacteria probiotics has been shown to promote many youth-inspiring health benefits.

ImmuneBody® 65 Billion Probiotic contains 5 different strains of some of the most studied and beneficial Bifidobacteria.

#7. Bifidobacterium longum: YES! Certain Probiotics Can Help Ease Allergy Symptoms!*

  • May help control micro-infections.*
  • Promotes digestive regularity and may ease constipation symptoms.*
  • Promotes balanced gut flora.*
  • May lessen nasal and eye allergic symptoms and support allergic immune response function.[53]

#8. Bifidobacterium breve: The Health Powers Of Mother’s Milk.*

B. breve can be found in the digestive tracts of babies and adults… It can even be in human breast milk. But as you age, the B. breve population in your gut decreases considerably.

  • Promotes skin health.*
  • Supports gut health.*
  • May alleviate symptoms of certain allergic reactions.*

#9. Bifidobacterium bifidum: Ease Irritable Digestive Issues.*

  • Supports healthy immune function.[54]
  • Promotes healthy digestion.[55]
  • May promote healthy weight management.[23]

#10. Bifidobacterium lactis: A Street Fighter Probiotic.

B. lactis is considered to be an exceptional probiotic due to the many health benefits that it provides. Not only has it shown to promote immune function, digestive health, and promote healthy weight management and balanced blood sugar, but it has been shown to “enhance Natural Killer cell tumoricidal activity in healthy elderly adults.”*[56]

  • May ease gastrointestinal discomfort.[57]
  • May promote healthy weight and blood sugar levels.[58]

#11. Saccharomyces boulardii: The Friendly Yeast.

S. boulardii is the only yeast that’s friendly enough to be considered a probiotic. It has been studied for over 50 years and has been widely used for diarrhea and irritated bowel in hospitals throughout the world.

  • May ease diarrhea.*
  • May soothe irritated bowels.* May help with Leaky Gut.[59]

What Are Soil-Based Organisms And WHY You WANT Them…

In addition to the 11 strains of bifidobacteria, Saccharomyces, and lactobacillus, ImmuneBody® 65 Billion Probiotic contains two very special microorganisms that are referred to as SBO (Soil-Based Organisms) and Shelf-Stable probiotics that include B. coagulans, and B. subtilis.

These unique microbes are noted for their ability to survive stomach acids and reach the gut unharmed.*

These two spore-forming strains are very essential for a healthy immune system and gastrointestinal tract support.*

#12. Bifidobacterium coagulans: Highly Resistant To Stomach Acid*…

As a Soil-Based Organism (SBO), B. coagulans are able to get to the intestines with minimal losses so they can get to work for you.*

  • Supports healthy mood and promotes healthy digestion.[60]
  • Ease joint discomfort.[61]

#13. Bacillus subtilis: The Superstar Probiotic!

Not only is B. subtilis an SBO that can survive through stomach acid, but it has also demonstrated some downright impressive abilities.

It has shown to help reduce the frequency of upper respiratory infection by nearly half,[62] support healthy weight management,* brain support,*[7] enhance nitric oxide levels,*, but it has shown some impressive potential to promote longevity.[6]

  • Amazing Immune Support.[62]
  • Promotes nitric oxide production for enhanced blood flow and heart support.[63]
  • Promotes longevity.[4,6,63]

Human Study Reveals:

B. Subtiliis Can Reduce Respiratory Infection Frequency by


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The probiotic strains used in ImmuneBody® 65 Billion Probiotic have been shown in scientific studies to:

  • Promote Healthy Immune System Function*
  • Support Healthy Weight Management*
  • Promote Digestive Health & Regularity*
  • Enhance Focus & Energy*
  • Support Healthy Liver & Gut*
  • Lift Your Spirits*
  • Promote Vaginal Health*
  • Support Skin Health*
  • Promote Heart Health* ​
  • Inspire Longevity*

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End Those Annoying, Painful, & Embarrassing Tummy Issues For Good!*

Digestive health is probably the main reason why people start taking probiotics. Digestive issues can be wide-ranging from constipation, diarrhea, leaky gut, bloating, gas, indigestion, and many other problems… And issues like lactose intolerance can make you sound like you have a monster or a dinosaur in your stomach.

Those crazy noises can be quite embarrassing when you’re in public… or in intimate situations.

ImmuneBody® 65 Billion Probiotic has shown to help relieve those issues and improve elimination and regularity even when other probiotic blends fall short.*

Myra had a Big Problem…

Myra had been suffering for some time from bloating, heartburn, terrible indigestion, constipation, and she was gassy quite often. As you can imagine, her digestive issues were pretty disruptive to her life… And most likely it made her feel uncomfortable and maybe even ashamed in some situations.

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