capabilities and the overall health status of the
intestine are inextricably linked with the
intestinal flora. Probiotics produce all our B
vitamins including B12. They also help the body
build its immune system and they assist the body
with Assimilation. The intestinal flora are very
fragile and are adversely affected by all meds
especially antibiotics, stress and unhealthful
dietary habits. A healthy human body needs 2-3
pounds of Probiotics to function properly.
formula was developed to nourish and re-balance the
entire gastro-intestinal tract. In an eight year
period, over 6 million dollars were spent conducting
tests on the efficiencies of probiotics.
The bacterial cultures
in the Ejuva intestinal cleansing program were
isolated in 1940 from the cells of healthy adults.
Through processes of selective isolation, strains of
bacteria were developed which, in their needs and
characteristics, resemble those found in human
intestines. As a result of this research, the BT1386
strain of L. Acidophilus was found to be most
compatible with conditions in the human
gastrointestinal tract. The ability of this strain
to cling to the intestinal walls is 15 times greater
than that of conventional products. The Ejuva L.
Acidophilus and Bifidobacterium, Bifidus, and
Infantis strains complement each other and have been
documented to attach better to human cells. The
strains used in most commercially available L.
Acidophilus products were originally isolated from
animals and intended for use in the dairy and animal
feed industry. Non-human specific preparations do
not attach well and can be rejected by our immune
In addition to
Moflora’s exceptionally stable storage life, its
unique formulation allows it to resist stomach acid
and bile. High post-digestion survival levels
result. On the day of production there are 20
billion micro-organisms per gram of Lactobacillus
acidophilus, Lacto-bacillus lactis, Bifidobacterium
Bifidum, Bifidobacterium infantis, Lactobacillus
plantarum, Lacto-bacillus salifarius, and
Lactobacillus casei in a base of vegetable fructo-oligosaccharides.
Moflora is lactose free and is certified to be free
of E. Coli, Salmonella, Staph. and other pathogens.