About Boost Biotics

BOOST BIOTICS is manufactured via an organic fermentation process using raw whole foods, naturally occurring lactobacillus bacteria and symbiotic yeast.

smoothieThe raw foods have been specifically selected for their synergistic effect in producing not only a potent nutrient rich superfood formula, but also providing the environment for high levels of the complete family of lactobacillus bacteria to grow during the fermentation process.

 

 

 

Certified Organic

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Boost Biotics is manufactured and certified in Australia as there is currently no certified organic manufacturing plant in New Zealand that can manufacture to this process.  

Boost Biotics now has organic certification from OFC (Organic Food Chain).

 

 

 

 

The complete family of lactobacillus bacteria used in the fermentation of BOOST BIOTICS include:

  • Lactobacillus Acidophillus
  • Lactobacillus Delbruekii
  • Lactobacillus Casei
  • Lactobacillus Bulgaricus
  • Lactobacillus Causasicus
  • Lactobacillus Fermenti
  • Lactobacillus Plantarum
  • Lactobacillus Brevis
  • Lactobacillus Heleveticus
  • Lactobacillus Leichmannii
  • Lactobacillus Lactis
  • Bifidus (bifodobacterium bifidum)
  • Bacillus Coagulans

It is important that the complete family of lactobacillus bacteria is present as they work synergistically together to balance the flora in the intestinal tract.  Some yogurts, for example, only have acidophillus present.  Some bacteria need nutrients that are generated by others in order to perform their tasks.  More importantly, each of their food sources need to be present so that the bacteria will live in harmony with one another and not kill each other off to protect their food source.

Bacteria are the first line of defense of the immune system. A proper balance of bacteria in the intestinal tract is the single most important issue in maintaining good health. They are responsible for providing essential enzymes, to make nutrients available to the body, to clean up cholesterol, to manufacture B vitamins, to clean out the lower bowels of encrusted matter, to destroy ‘bad’ bacteria and eliminate toxins in the body, just to name a few of their functions. All disease begins in the colon and it is the role of beneficial bacteria to ensure a healthy colon.  The health of the human body depends upon the proper balance of bacteria being present.

Beneficial Bacteria reside in the body’s Intestines and can endogenously manufacture Vitamins:
Biotin, Choline, Folic Acid, Inositol, Para Aminobenzoic Acid (PABA), Vitamin B2, Vitamin B5, Vitamin B6, and Vitamin K.

Therefore, one of the most important steps in maintaining a healthy body is to provide it with a daily dose of beneficial bacteria.

The yeast strains used in the fermentation include:

  • Sacharomyces Cervisaiae
  • Sacharomyces Boulardii

Not to be confused with ‘bad’ yeasts such as Candida, these yeast’s must be present to ensure that the good bacteria thrive. 

The Process:

The 3-week fermentation process pre-digests the nutrient saturation formula maximising the availability and absorption of nutrients, energy and digestive enzymes to the body.  The ‘friendly’ bacteria process the foods just like in your stomach, making the wide range of nutrients contained in BOOST BIOTICS readily available for the body to absorb. This availability of nutrients has the effect of dramatically increasing the efficiency of the nutrients in your body.

Laboratory Tested:

Each  batch of BOOST BIOTICS is laboratory tested to ensure that high levels of active beneficial bacteria are present.

 

“The primary, and by far the most frequent, cause of malfunctioning of cells is a chronic deficiency of essential nutrients, in particular of vitamins, amino acids, minerals, and trace elements.

These essential nutrients are needed for a multitude of biochemical reactions and other cellular functions in every single cell of our body.  Chronic deficiencies of one or more of these essential

nutrients, therefore, must lead to cellular malfunctioning and to disease.  Matthius Rath , MD