How Can You Colonize Healthy Probiotic Bacteria in Your Mouth?

We’ve all heard that “Digestion starts in the mouth.” But probiotic supplements like acidophilus have typically targeted only the lower intestinal tract. BLIS K12 is different. It is a probiotic for the mouth. It doesn’t pass through the stomach and live in the lower intestine like other probiotics. It stays in the mouth, colonizing on your tongue and protecting against infection where it most often enters the body… through the mouth and nose.

So how can you colonize friendly BLIS K12 probiotic bacteria in your mouth and start benefiting from the “infection protection” it provides? In this video, Professor John Tagg gives the short answer to this question, while pointing out that the mouth is actually the beginning or “front” of the intestinal tract, with its own unique flora.

  1. 1 Graeme Wed, Jan 27, 2010 | 2:14 pm

    I am enjoying these videos, although I have a very slow connection (dial up!) so they take hours to come down the wire. Is it possible to put a transcript up for each one?

    An advantage that may help justify the effort on your part is the search engines will index the transcripts, and point more searchers to your site and product.

    Thanks for considering this idea.
    G

  2. 2 admin Wed, Jan 27, 2010 | 2:24 pm

    Glad you’re enjoying them Graeme. Will look into transcripting.
    We appreciate the suggestion!

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