- Soil-based Probiotic and herbal capsules
- Supports digestive health, gut function, and a normal microflora in the gut
- Featuring a fermented organic botanical blend formulated with a Keto diet in mind
- Shelf-stable probiotics (no need to refrigerate!)
- 20 Billion CFU per serving
- Adults take six capsules daily with 8 ounces of water
- We recommend taking the capsules on an empty stomach. Either when you first wake up, or right before bed
- Not intended for children
Keto BIOME™ is a powerful probiotic containing soil-based organisms and organic fermented herbs designed to support healthy digestion and absorption of fat and protein.†
Keto BIOME is specially designed for those on a high-fat, moderate protein, low-carb diet—and supports healthy digestion and a healthy immune system response. The probiotics found in Keto BIOME produce enzymes that aid in the digestion of protein and carbohydrates.†
Keto BIOME contains microorganisms that would likely populate the guts of those who consume a healthy diet rich in fats and proteins and lower in carbohydrates.
Powerful Soil-Based Organisms (SBOs)
Keto BIOME Probiotic Blend contains probiotics that are also known as soil-based organisms (SBOs), which are probiotic superstars: Saccharomyces boulardii, Bacillus clausii, Bacillus coagulans, and Bacillus subtilis— plus the beneficial yeast Saccharomyces boulardii, to the tune of 20 Billion CFUs per serving!
But what are SBOs? SBOs, while they weren’t referred to as such during our ancestors’ time, are now known as bacteria living in the soil which give nutrients and health support to plants and to humans.†
Also known as “spore-forming bacteria,” SBOs are typically able to “seed” the digestive tract with beneficial bacteria which can flourish to support health, including supporting healthy digestion and immune health.†
SBOs are unique organisms, since their very structure is generally resistant to the harsh environment of the upper digestive tract and stomach. In fact, they typically have a natural “shell” which keeps the probiotic spore unharmed in both the plant environment and in the gut environment.
Now for some amazing probiotics:
Saccharomyces boulardii is actually a beneficial yeast which is said to function as a probiotic, helping to support healthy bacterial balance.† Saccharomyces boular
Bacillus clausii is a normal component of healthy plants and soil, maintaining a healthy “symbiotic” relationship with its host. What sets Bacillus clausii apart is its unique ability to withstand high pH environments and its secretion of a beneficial protease that helps to keep equilibrium in the intestinal lining and the gut.† Additionally, it has been studied for its support of a healthy digestive system.†
Bacillus coagulans is also a tough and prolific probiotic. It actually produces lactic acid, and its probiotic spores are activated in the harsh acidic environment of the stomach and start to rapidly populate in the intestine, reinforcing the health of the intestinal barrier.† Bacillus coagulans is undaunted by the harsh acidic environment, since it takes that unfavorable environment and uses it to fuel its activation and growth.†
Bacillus subtilis resembles “Survivorman” due to its evolved array of survival tactics. With an extraordinary ability to survive harsh conditions, it produces an endospore allowing it to endure extreme conditions of heat, dryness, humidity and acidity in the environment. It, too, supports a healthy intestinal lining and promotes the growth of other “good guy” bacteria (probiotics) such as Lactobacilli.† Like other SBOs, Bacillus subtilis can manage the harsh stomach acid environment, allowing it to get to the digestive system and to colonize it with its spore-forming beneficial bacteria.
These plant-based probiotics/soil-based organisms:
- promote regular bowel function and help maintain an already healthy immune system—both of which are beneficial to overall health.†
- help support the normal gastrointestinal balance of good and potentially harmful bacteria to help maintain a balanced, healthy internal environment.†
- maximize the benefits of a healthy diet by supporting normal absorption and assimilation of nutrients in the gut.†
- can thrive in the toughest digestive environments and are undeterred by stomach and bile acids.†
- can help synthesize certain vitamins and short-chain fatty acids to support a healthy intestinal lining and to bolster immunity.†
For extra support, Keto BIOME also delivers a Fermented Organic Botanical Blend containing apple cider vinegar, turmeric, ginger, sprouted milk thistle, sprouted chia seed, reishi mushroom, sprouted cumin, cardamom, sprouted fennel, sprouted fenugreek, peppermint and black pepper.
Black pepper, for example, has been consumed for thousands of years in traditional Ayurveda.
Probiotics and the Microbiome
The microbiome is not new. It’s been around as long as humans have been. But its discovery is relatively new—pretty much the late 1990s—and it is an extremely popular discussion topic these days for its role in health, namely human development, immunity and nutrition. In fact, during the early 1990s, medical professionals believed that health emanated from the gut. Before them, however, Hippocrates (460 – 370 B.C.), the Father of Medicine, said that all health begins in the gut.
They were right, but just couldn’t know then about the microbiome what we know today. We keep learning more and more about the microbiome almost every day, but one is becoming clearer: the health of the microbiome plays a large role in determining health.
But what is the microbiome? Technically, it is the genetic material of all the microbes that live inside and on the human body. Those microbes can include bacteria, fungi, protozoa and viruses, and they number over 100 trillion strong—outnumbering our human cells ten to one.
The bacteria in the microbiome help digest food, regulate the immune system, protect against unhealthy bacteria, and produce vitamins and more.
Most of those microbes live in our gut, particularly the large intestine. Our gut microbiota—microorganisms living in the gut—number in the tens of trillions and include at least 1,000 different species of known bacteria with more than three million genes. And while we have approximately one-third of our gut microbiota in common with most people, two-thirds of it are specific to just us—our own individual microbial makeup.
Along those lines, the health of our gut microbes is foundational to our personal health.
In fact, when you consider the major role that gut microbes play in the normal, healthy functioning of the body, it’s no wonder that gut microbes in and of themselves are considered an “organ” and can directly affect our overall health.†
So, feed your microbiome with Keto BIOME, one of the best probiotics containing soil-based organisms and organic fermented herbs designed to support healthy digestion and absorption of fat and protein.†
Keto BIOME is specially designed for those on a high-fat, moderate protein, low-carb diet.