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Thousands of people are experiencing great results with ThreeLac everyday around the entire globe (Sometimes called 3lac, 3lax or trilac.) making Global Health Trax one of The Most Trusted Names In Nutrition today.
ThreeLac is an intestinal pH balancer and bowel conditioner, first introduced to the U.S. in 2001 from Japan where it had been hugely successful for 6 years. Unlike other dietary supplements, which are unregulated in the U.S., ThreeLac was formulated by scientists in Japan and is manufactured at a pharmaceutical company under strict government regulations. .
Threelac is a lemon-flavored, dietary supplement, which is commonly used as a holistic remedy for yeast infections, among other health conditions. It contains three strains of live bacteria: bacillus subtilis, bacillus coagulans as well as enterococcus faecalis. This particular combination of strains will not be found in any other product. .
Threelac's three active bacterial ingredients offer a number of health benefits:
The good bacteria in Threelac help control the growth of candida, a naturally occurring yeast that causes genital and intestinal infections when it grows out of control. Threelac helps restore healthy levels of candida in the body.
According to a study by Miriam Jang, M.D. and John A. Green III, M.D., Threelac has been found to be beneficial in the treatment of autism.
The three strains of living bacteria in Threelac create an oxygen-rich environment in the body, which helps to balance the body's pH levels by reducing acidity. Prolonged acidic pH levels in the body are associated with diseases and premature aging.
Threelac helps to alleviate psychological symptoms associated with yeast overgrowth, which include anxiety, melancholy and irritability.
Threelac promotes the body's capacity to absorb nutrients, which is beneficial in the treatment of Fibromyalgia. Fibromyalgia is a condition characterized by generalized pain and fatigue that is caused by the body's inability to absorb nutrients.
Additional Benefits of Threelac probiotics:
This proprietary formulation contains three strains of live lactic acid bacteria: Spore Forming Lactic Acid Bacteria (Bacillus Coagulans), Spore Forming Bacteria (Bacillus Subtilis) and Lactic Acid Bacteria (Group D [non-toxic] Enterococcus Faecalis). All ingredients are in a proprietary micro-encapsulation delivery system which gets those bacteria into the intestines alive and unharmed. Other ingredients include lemon juice powder (for flavoring), refined yeast powder (a small amount, which simply feeds the ThreeLac while in shipping and will not affect yeast sensitive individuals), and fiber (FOS, which feeds the live bacteria). Do not refrigerate ThreeLac.
ENTEROCOCCUS FAECALIS IN THREELAC
Enterococcus faecalis is a bacteria that is classified in the Enterococcus group. There is an Enterococcus group (D) that has some non-beneficial long term results. The Enterococcus group that is used in ThreeLac is not from that group. According to GHT, the exact group classification is proprietary since the Enterococcus group list is long and the secret of the success of this product is something that competition companies would very much like to understand.
The benefits of ThreeLac are well documented and there are no reported cases where the product caused a reaction in any way except for those who are allergic to an ingredient such as citric acid.
ThreeLac is a supplement and not a medication. There are no side effects. It is common to experience a cleansing reaction with ThreeLac, such as increased volumous bowel movements, headache, rash or other benign signals that ThreeLac is being effective. Enzymes, OxyLift and regular bowel movements often times assist with this cleansing process, as does increased water intake.
Most people begin with taking one packet of ThreeLac daily, and over a period of time, increase to 3-5 packets (daily). This process of increasing slowly is reversed, and the dose is decreased back to one packet daily. Many people continue usage of ThreeLac for maintenance, but others discontinue the use altogether. This is a personal decision, but I for one (and many others report the same) feel confident to use ThreeLac to prevent a reinfection, and utilize it for a pH balancer.
FiveLac is a nutritional-food supplement composed of five live strains of good bacteria: Bacillus Coagulans, Bacillus Subtilis, Enterococcus Faecalis, Lactobacillus Acidophilus, and Bifidobacterium Longum.
The culmination of many years of scientific research and designed to provide beneficial intestinal micro-flora, FiveLac has proven to be helpful in supporting and maintaining a healthy digestive system and healthy intestines.
Fivelac capsules are a perfect alternative for those people who just don't like a powder format and/or the taste of lemon. Two capsules are equal to 1 foil packet of the Fivelac powder.
FiveLac - An enhanced formulation
With the development of FiveLac the question arises, is FiveLac better than ThreeLac? The answer is complicated. ThreeLac was the revolutionary supplement providing optimum support and maintenance for a healthy digestive system. It uses three live bacteria: Bacillus Coagulans, Bacillus Subtilis, and Enterococcus Faecalis and is successful for millions of customers worldwide. FiveLac is a more powerful and enhanced formulation. What's the improvement? GHT has added two additional probiotic strains to its formula.
Rather than compromise ThreeLac's formula and change the product that countless satisfied customers have come to know, GHT developed something new and potentially better. FiveLac has two additional live bacteria that make its formula even more effective. FiveLac combines the three live bacteria in ThreeLac with Lactobacillus Acidophilus (supports gastrointestinal function) and Bifidobacterium Longum (supports the growth of friendly bacteria) ultimately providing the best support for a healthy digestive system.
Both ThreeLac and FiveLac probiotic supplements are packed through a micro encapsulation process that guarantees that the live, beneficial, and candida fighting micro organisms get past the acidic environment in the stomach, reach your intestines, and get the job done. The bacteria will then alter the pH balance and create an environment in your gut that is lethal for yeast, fungi, and other not so friendly micro organisms.