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May 16, 2011

Consuming Probiotics - a fad or a necessity?

Are probiotics something we should consider taking to improve our health?

A healthy digestive system leads to a better overall physical health. To have a healthy body, what we need is a healthy gut and colon. Eating well can greatly contribute but at times when it failed, we begin to experience problems in the digestive system.

Our body usually accumulates bacteria via various different means and detox cleansing of harmful bacteria from our body helps promote healthy bacteria. When detoxifying our colon, incorporating probiotics in our diet helps replenish intestinal flora.

Detoxification, the process of removing of toxins from body, usually begins from a colon cleanse. Colon, our primary defense, needs to be clean in order to eliminate the toxins from the other tissues and organs. Its believed that detox is one way to get rid of all the junk that's accumulated and has an effect on our human aging process. And benefits of a detox usually includes; improved complexion, increased energy and alertness. Regulates bowel movements and improves immunity from disease.

AFC Japan

AFC Japan was established since 1969, with millions of Japanese entrusting their health and well-being needs to AFC Japan, the leader in anti-aging science and wellness solutions. This year, AFC Japan celebrates its 40th annivasary of award winning bestselling supplements.

Some of AFC bestselling products includes; AFC Ultimate Vision, AFC Collagen Beauty, AFC TG Slim drink etc.

AFC Cho Beauty

Introducing AFC's latest product Cho Beauty (RRP S$74.90), an inner cleansing formula that contains 101 billion friendly bacteria to cleanse stubborn and accumulated toxins from our intestinal walls.

It improves the intestinal environment by supporting the removal of stubborn or hardened intestinal waste, and promoting the growth of good bacteria. CHŌ BEAUTY helps in improving sluggish metabolic conditions and thus increase the absorption of nutrients. This results in better skin complexion and reduction of bloated abdominal area, increased energy and improved immunity.

Ask yourself : How clean are you internally?
Do You Experience:
Acne, dull or sallow complexion
Bloated discomfort
Constipation or diarrhea
Bad breath
Thinning hair
Poor immunity
Yeast infection
Sluggishness and lethargy
Inability to absorb nutrients

*** If you experience any of the 3 symptoms above, your intestines are aging faster than you are *** 

Do You Know? Waste buildup in your intestines and along your intestinal walls increases bad bacteria, parasites and affects the body's ability to absorb nutrients.

AFC Cho Beauty contains 101 billion friendly bacteria, a clinically-proven combination of patented heat-treated FK-23 and Bifidus bacteria, as well as essential prebiotics. It cleanse and eliminate harmful toxins, to restore the natural balance of good bacteria in your digestive tract, and balance your intestinal environment.

Each sachet of AFC Cho Beauty contains the following active ingredients; Heat-treated Enterococcus faecalis FK-23 extract and Bifidobacterium longum (101 billion), dietary fiber, inulin, oligosaccharides and Champignon extract.


Take up the challenge! Try the 3-second stool check now.

Due to my misconception that detox = laxative, I have put off the thought to use detox management for years. With my recent insomnia, I ended having difficulty concentration during the day and trouble controlling my emotions too. And this has also indirectly gave me dull complexion! The 3-second stool check and its alluring benefits (Tummy flattening, Improvement in complexion, Reduction of constipation and diarrhoea and Boost sluggish metabolism) has convinced me to try AFC Cho Beauty for the next 30days.

Special Thanks to LifeStream Group Singapore for sponsoring the AFC Cho Beauty for sampling and review.

You are invited to visit AFC Japan Facebook Page for their contests and giveaways. And not forgetting LifeStream Group Web Page to find out more about AFC beauty and health supplements.


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