GCMAF YOGURT CAPSULES
Many people find that due to their travel or busy lifestyle it may become difficult to make Gcmaf Yogurt.
We understand this, not many of us want to make yogurt while away from home and becomes difficult to maintain good health.
We now offer gcmaf yogurt in capsule form.
Gcmaf Yogurt Capsules are encased in acid resistant capsule containing freeze dried gcmaf yogurt, with co-factors and vitamins to ensure maximum effectiveness and protecting the bacteria from the high acid environment of the stomach.
Microbiota V42 is our gcmaf yogurt capsules, and are easy to take while away from home, they do not require refrigeration and come in a convenient 30 capsule sized bottle.
Mircobiota V42 is a ready to consume freeze dried gcamf yogurt in acid resistant capsules with added co-factors for daily use.
MICROBIOTA V42 CAPSULES IS A HEALTHY GASTROINTESTINAL SYSTEM
For Healthy Gastrointestinal System & Immunity
Microbiota v42 Contains both microbiologically enhanced chondroitin sulfate to produce Oligosaccharides with N-acetylgalactosamine which is the active site of GcMAF (made in your gut) and microbiologically enhanced bovine colostrum to produce GcMAF. Vitamin MK-7, D3 and 42 microbial strains.
N-acetylgalactosamine is the least known of the eight essential sugars. As with the others, this one is also important for proper cell-to-cell communication. This communication is important for both normal systemic function and in immunity.
- N-acetylgalactosamine also seems to play an important role in the immune system. Contained in macrophages and neutrophils, it may play a significant role in the etiolology of joint inflammation and could be important in such conditions as rheumatoid arthritis.
- N-acetylgalactosamine is localized in the golgi apparatus and endoplasmic reticulum – found in cell organelles and associated with synthesis of various proteins and enzymes.
- Since it is also found on the surface of cortical neurons and involved in synaptic function of the brain, this suggests that it may be important in nerve function.
- N-acetylgalactosamine is also concentrated in other sensory nerve structures especially in the retina, photoreceptors, optic nerve, and the epithelial pigment of the eyes of both humans and animals. This suggests that it may be extremely important for optimal vision.
- N-acetylgalactosamine is distributed to several other tissues, suggesting that it is important in the functional role of these tissues. Some of these tissues include the ducts of the kidney, the testes, the skin, and a variety of other structures including sweat glands, some blood vessel cells, and hair follicles.
- It is known that concentrations of N-acetylgalactosamine decrease with age, implying that age-deterioration of various body functions could be held off with the addition of this saccharide to the diet.
- Colon cancer patients have only half the normal amounts of N-acetylgalactosamine. Studies have shown that colon cancer cells that metastasize make more mucin, making them more likely to form metastases. Therefore, it appears that N-acetylgalactosamine plays an important role in preventing this formation from occurring. Lower than normal levels of this sugar have been found in patients with heart disease implying that these conditions may be reversed if a supplementation of N-acetylgalactosamine were to be added to the diet.
Ingredients per capsule:
- Yogurt freeze dried powder, with yogurt cultures (lactobacilli, bifidobacteria, lactococci, enterococci and yeasts 42 in total),
- chondroitin sulfate (200mg),
- menachinone MK-7 (vitamin K2 200 µg),
- cholecalciferol (vitamin D3 5000 I.U.),
- Organic Bovine Colostrum,
- Organic Inulin and Organic Fructooligosaccharides,
- GcMaf (from fermented Colostrum)
Recommendation of use of Microbiota V42 Gcmaf yogurt capsules:
Oral administration: To be taken with water: take 1 capsule daily on an empty stomach (30 minutes before food or 2 hours after). Many prefer to take this first thing in the morning before breakfast or before bedtime.
Microbiota V42 contains 30 acid-resistant capsules which is a 30 day supply.
Microbiota V42 Yogurt dry powder boosts:
The normalization of the natural human microbiome
- The intestinal fermentation with more than 42 probiotic cultures –
- Bacteria that produce the enzymes ß-galactosidase and sialidase, which are important for MAF activation.
- The supply of natural immune-stimulating antibodies from colostrum
- The supply of synergistic substances chondroitin, vitamin D3 and vitamin K2
- Vitamin D3 contributes to a normal functioning of the immune system.
- Vitamin D3 and vitamin K2 contribute to maintaining normal bones.
- Inulin and FOS combines the benefits of two key prebiotic soluble fibres, Inulin and Fructooligosaccharides (FOS). As a source of fibre, contributes to normal bowel function, when consumed in conjunction with a healthy diet consisting of a variety of foods. Inulin and FOS are both derived from organic Jerusalem Artichoke, taste slightly sweet.
- Although Inulin & FOS have the same molecular composition, the difference between them is their chain lengths. Inulin is characterised by longer segments, while FOS has shorter segments, leading to different fermentation processes in the gut.
The Microbiota V42 formulation is encased in acid-resistant capsules to protect the physiological bacterial cultures from gastric digestion and open up in the first section of the small intestine, the duodenum. As a result, the probiotic cultures reach directly into the microbiomes entry area and are therefore very effective.
WHY IS IT SO IMPORTANT TO TAKE YOUR GCMAF YOGURT CAPSULES WHEN TRAVELLING
The last thing you want while traveling is the flu or a stomach bug this can really ruin your holiday or business meetings, making your life miserable.
Unfortunately this is what happens to many of us who travel. Even eating new foods for many can challenge their gut and have them looking for a close toilet in a strange city.
Protecting yourself from these issues begins with protecting your gut health, you should begin long before you leave home. You may choose to use Gcmaf yogurt at home and switch over to our freeze dried yogurt capsules before you leave or stay on Microbiota v42 the choice is yours.
Because up to 80 percent of your immune system cells are in the lining of your gut, it makes sense to keep your gut as healthy as possible. The best way to do this is with probiotics. Probiotics support the ‘good’ bacteria in your gastrointestinal tract, keeping them nourished and functioning properly. They also help to ward off any ‘invaders’ such as pathogenic bacteria and yeasts by crowding them out.
One of the main jobs of your gut bacteria is to ‘prime’ your immune cells against potential attack. These helpful bacteria let your immune cells know that a threat is nearby, and that they need to respond.
However, if you start your vacation with a gut full of unhealthy bacteria, your immune system will already be at a disadvantage. You’ll be more susceptible to potential invaders because your immune cells won’t be getting the right messages from your gut bacteria.
Scientific research has found that beneficial bacteria can not only treat traveler’s diarrhea, but prevent it from developing. Probiotics can also help to maintain your overall health and provide digestive support while you’re away from home.
A review of over 900 studies found that live bacterial cultures were highly successful in preventing traveler’s diarrhea. Most importantly, there were little or no serious adverse reactions to taking the supplements.
Probiotics can also help to prevent constipation that may result from changes to your bowel routine. This is an unfortunate consequence of time zone changes, disrupted eating patterns and changes to your sleep. Dehydration from long air travel can also contribute. When your bowels get ‘blocked up’, your immune system can really suffer.
WHICH PROBIOTICS CAN YOU TAKE TRAVELING?
To really prepare your gut bacteria for the travel ahead, you should already be taking a probiotic supplement every day. If you haven’t, then start taking a probiotic at least two weeks prior to your departure. For many they find that the use of a high quality multi-strain probiotic such as Microbiota V42 everyday assists them in staying healthy and free of gut issues.
A multi-strain probiotic such as Microbiota V42 is important as it contains other immune factors such as Gcmaf and Vitamin D3 to ensure maximum immune benifits.
The Many Benefits Of Vitamin K
- Once thought to be exclusively concerned with blood coagulation, vitamin K is now known to affect at least 16 Gla-proteins in the body.
- These include proteins involved in protecting arteries from calcification, those protecting bones from losing calcium, and ones that help prevent against diabetes and cancer.
- A new study demonstrated that people with higher vitamin K intakes are less likely to die from all causes, lending new urgency to the issue of supplementation.
- A multitude of studies now point to the fact that adequate vitamin K intake, including supplementation, can offer prevention against atherosclerosis, osteoporosis, diabetes, and cancer.
- Assure that your vitamin K intake is adequate by adopting a daily vitamin K supplement that provides both K1 and K2 for optimum coverage.
Vitamin K's anti-aging effects: cytokine
Researchers have made tremendous progress in the last decade in understanding why age brings with it certain diseases. One thing they've discovered is that aging causes the body to downregulate some of its hormones and other biofactors while at the same time upregulating others.
One of the substances that age upregulates is Interleukin-6 (IL-6). IL-6 is a cytokine, a biochemical messenger for the immune system. In the aging body, IL-6 increases at the expense of other cytokines. This imbalance in the system creates inflammation. IL-6 has been discovered in arthritic joints and diseased blood vessels. In a striking study done at the National Research Institute in Italy, people with the highest amount of IL-6 were almost twice as likely to develop a disability related to mobility. It also turns out that people with Alzheimer's-like dementia have elevated IL-6.
Surprisingly, Vitamin K also inhibits both IL-6 and inflammation. Researchers don't know how it works yet, but some are suggesting that vitamin K could have major implications for degenerative diseases involving inflammation, not to mention aging itself.
Vitamin K and blood sugar
The pancreas has the second highest amount of vitamin K in the body. This suggests the vitamin may have something to do with controlling blood sugar. In the first study of its kind, researchers in Japan looked at vitamin K's effect on glucose and insulin. In a study on rats, they found that vitamin K deficiency initially impedes the clearance of glucose, then causes too much insulin to be released. This can be plotted on a graph that looks very similar to what occurs in diabetes.
Some studies show that vitamin K is more powerful than vitamin E and coenzyme Q10 for scavenging free radicals. In a study on animals subjected to oxidative stress, vitamin K by itself completely protected the liver from free radicals (but not muscles). In another study, vitamin K was 80% as effective as vitamin E in preventing the oxidation of linoleic acid (a polyunsaturated fatty acid). According to researchers in the Netherlands, warfarin (a blood thinner) abolishes the antioxidant effect of vitamin K. Vitamin E and glutathione protect vitamin K's antioxidant effect.
Vitamin K and anticoagulants
The common anticoagulant drug Coumadin/Warfarin works by interfering with vitamin K. Therefore, people taking Coumadin should not take vitamin K without consulting their doctor.
People who chronically take these drugs are, in effect, vitamin K deficient. Do such people show effects on bone and blood vessels? The answer is yes. Studies show that long-term anticoagulant users have osteoporosis and a tendency to hemorrhage. One study shows that long-term anticoagulant use doubles the risk of stroke. Occluded arteries have been documented in people taking heparin, and some researchers conclude that the drugs work no better than aspirin in preventing heart attacks.
How It Works
A study published in 2018 sheds further light on how vitamin K improves glucose metabolism.
Dutch researchers gave 214 post-menopausal women either 180 mcg/day of vitamin K2 or a placebo over a period of three years.
As expected, they found that vitamin K activated a group of proteins called Gla proteins,one of which, osteocalcin, is known for their role in bone and mineral metabolism.
However, Gla proteins are found throughout the body, and are instrumental in regulating metabolism.
In the group that received vitamin K, a subset who showed the largest increase in Gla protein activity, as measured by Vitamin K-dependent carboxylated osteocalcin, experienced significant reduction in abdominal fat mass, compared with other participants.
That group also had a significant reduction in body mass index, waist and hip circumference, and waist-hip ratio.
All these results translate to a reduced risk for developing metabolic syndrome and type II diabetes.
Vitamin K has also been shown to boost levels of adiponectin, a beneficial hormone that helps regulate the metabolism of sugars.
Finally, a series of preclinical studies have indicated that vitamin K reduces activity of nuclear factor kappa B (NF-kB), the primary driver of inflammation in the body.
Vitamin D: Essential Hormone
- Most people think of vitamin D as the “bone vitamin,” but recent discoveries show that vitamin D is essential for a tremendous number of normal body processes.
- Virtually every tissue type in the body possesses receptors for the activated vitamin D molecule, defining it as a true hormone.
- Low vitamin D levels are associated with increased risks of cardiovascular and
neurological disease, cancer, diabetes, and autoimmune disorders.
- The majority of Americans have vitamin D levels below the minimum recommended concentration of 50 ng/mL, explaining in part the high prevalence of these diseases.
- Fortunately, supplementation with vitamin D3 has been shown to be protective for all of these conditions, when taken at the dose of at least 2,000 IU/day. (Most people need 5,000 to 7,000 IU/day of vitamin D3 to achieve optimal blood levels.)
Prebiotics are compounds in food that induce the growth or activity of beneficial microorganisms such as bacteria and fungi. The most common example is in the gastrointestinal tract, where prebiotics can alter the composition of organisms in the gut microbiome.
Oligofructose (FOS) is a short, small molecule. When it enters the colon in the right lower side of the abdomen down by the appendix, it is immediately fermented in the large intestine and used up by the bacteria that reside in this part of the colon, where it helps healthy bacteria multiply. There is no problem with this situation, except that there is little left to get across to the rest of the colon on the left side. That makes oligofructose on its own not nearly as effective as when it is combined with another prebiotic fiber, such as inulin.
Inulin, on the other hand, is a larger, more complex molecule. Because it takes the colon’s bacteria much longer to ferment inulin, there is more available to the bacteria that reside in the rest of the colon, mostly on the left side. Like oligofructose, inulin is somewhat effective on its own but really needs another quick-fermenting fiber to provide the optimal beneficial health effects. Unfortunately, foods with these prebiotics are rather low in the oligofructose component, so an ideal formula would contain both inulin and oligofructose. This is why both are included in our Mircobiota V42 gcmaf yogurt capsules.
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