Our body contains billions of bacteria and other microorganisms.
The term of "Probiotics" refers to dietary supplements for foods that
contain beneficial or "good bacteria" that are similar to those normally
found in our body. Although we don't need probiotics to be
healthy, these microorganisms may provide some of the same health benefits
that bacteria already existing in our bodies do, such as assisting with
digestion and helping to protect against harmful bacteria.
In addition to supplements, probiotics can be found in such foods as yogurt,
fermented and unfermented milk, miso and some juices and soy drinks.
is a growing public and scientific interest in probiotics. Researchers
are studying whether probiotics taken as foods or supplements can help to
treat or prevent illness. There is encouraging evidence that
probiotics my help:
- Treat diarrhea, especially following treatment with certain
- Prevent and treat vaginal yeast infections and urinary tract
- Treat irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
- Reduce bladder cancer recurrence
- Shorten the duration of intestinal infections
- Prevent and treat inflammation following colon surgery
- Prevent eczema in children
Some researchers in Taiwan and Japan firmly believe probiotics may
improve general health. A 2006 study in Taiwan found the a group of
drug addicted patients who were given the probiotic Lactobacillus reuteri
could easily quit their addictions within 3 weeks. Those who took SC-1 liquid
New Life Drink had far less withdrawal symptoms
and discomfort. SC-1 liquid also helps treat respiratory and
gastrointestinal illness and enhance the function of the immune system.
Scientists in Taiwan and Japan got good results thorough clinical research
using SC-1 liquid to help cancer patients.
Our clinic has a treatment plan that combines acupuncture, herbs and
probiotics to help patients quit drug-addiction. The success rate is
85 to 90%.
These statements have not been evaluated by FDA. This product is not
intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.