Friendly Fighters ® Probiotics

When we hear the word "bacteria", we usually equate it to dirt and germs which are bad for the health. However, not all bacteria are bad. These good bacteria are called "probiotics", literally meaning "for life." Probiotics are microorganisms which, when taken in adequate amounts, can actually be beneficial for the body's well-being. These are commonly found in fermented foods with added live cultures such as yogurt.

Whether we like it or not, disease-causing pathogens live inside the intestines, and it is up to the "friendly" bacteria to make sure they don't spread through the whole digestive tract. Unfortunately, many everyday factors affect the microbial balance in the intestines factors including one's diet, stress, and intake of antibiotics and over the counter drugs, among others. Probiotics ensure that intestinal microbial balance is maintained by reducing pathogens and toxin-producing bacteria, thereby protecting the digestive tract.

When the digestive tract is properly protected, nutrients in food are more appropriately absorbed by the body. With proper digestion, herbal medicines such as Gout Cure GC are maximized by the body. Studies show that Probiotics help in lowering uric acid levels, thus reducing the risk of gout attacks. More than that, these friendly fighters boost the immune system and speeds up the body's natural healing process.

Main Ingredients:

  • Bifidobacterium Longum Rosell-17 (400 Million CFU)
  • Lactobacillus Rhamnosus Rosell-11 (400 Million CFU)
  • Lactobacillus Acidophilus Rosell-52 (1200 Million CFU)




Disclaimer: Gout Cure is manufactured under strict FDA guidelines. All ingredients in Gout Cure meet FDA guidelines and are considered generally safe and effective. Smith and Smith Enterprises / Gout Cure and the statements contained on this web site have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Information contained on this web site is not meant to substitute for the advice provided by physicians or other medical professionals. Please consult your doctor with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your condition.