Monday, 7 November 2011
Benefits of BLIFE
What is BLife?
IS THE FIRST line of defense for prevention, maintenance and support in the treatment of chronic conditions affected by or have its etiology from an impaired upper digestive tract.
Is Be-Lite a miracle? No, it is a natural logical product to solve the problem in the Small Intestine by restoring and keeping its function to perform the work as it has been predetermined to do.The miracle is the function of the Small Intestine.
Bio-Activated Rice Proteins, Phytonutrients and Microbes –beta 1-3 glucans, Gamma Oryzanol
Phytonutrients are compounds naturally present in plants. They are neither vitamin, trace mineral nor dietary fiber, but are biologically active in the human body. Because of their potential benefits, research has focused on fruits and vegetables as a source of Phytonutrients, similar substances can be found in culinary and medicinal herbs. One key function of these Phytonutrients are the increase in production and function of NK Lmphocytes, thereby boosting immunity .
These Beneficial Bacteria and Yeast resides in the Intestines and may manufacture some Vitamins including:
- Biotin, Choline, Folic Acid *, Inositol, Vitamin B2, Vitamin B5, Vitamin B6, Vitamin K
-*Krause, L. J., et al. Feeding human milk to rats increases Bifidobacterium in the cecum and colon which correlates with enhanced folate status. Journal of Nutrition. 126(5):1505-1511, 1996.
Various species of Beneficial Microorganism (as well as various species of potentially Detrimental Bacteria) populate the Colon. The total number of species in the Colon is approximately 400. It is estimated that Bacteria account for 30% to 50% of the volume of the contents of the Colon. In the Colon, these microbes ferment Insoluble Fiber, Starch and undigested Carbohydrates. The Short-Chain Saturated Fatty Acids produced by this fermentation are the principal source of Energy for the Epithelial Cells of the Colon.
*Beneficial Bacteria may alleviate Constipation. Bekkali, N., et al. The role of a probiotics mixture in the treatment of childhood constipation: a pilot study. Nutrition Journal. 6(1):17, 2007.
Other the metabolites which are produced under the fermentation process are Lactic acid, Acetic acid, Butyric Acid, Propionic Acid, Hydrogen Peroxide, Vitamins, Digestive enzymes.
No chemicals are used during the fermentation process and no chemicals are added to finished products. The products are 100% organic and natural.