The key to enhanced and vibrant health is restoring and maintaining your inner ecosystem. And key to creating that healthy inner ecosystem is promoting your intestinal microflora, the organisms that help your body defend against disease-causing bacteria, viruses, yeast and other dangerous invaders.
This premier beverage in the Body Ecology probiotic line CocoBiotic combines the best of both worlds. A naturally-fermented drink made from wild-crafted, young green coconuts… plus a savvy blend of synergistic probiotics.
Best of all, you can enjoy this fresh and delicious beverage anytime, anywhere… and without any work! Coco-Biotic is also great for travel. Its ready to go when you are.
The gut-friendly bacteria and yeasts in this delicious beverage are derived entirely from nature… from organically-certified plant sources. CocoBiotic is created from wild-crafted young Thai coconut and utilizes Grainfields proprietary FermFlora natural organic fermentation process.
CocoBiotic is made from organic grains and wild-crafted coconuts that are not sprayed with any chemicals.
Important: Many probiotics boast about how many different strains of beneficial bacteria they include, or the number of colony-forming units (CFUs) they contain. Unfortunately, these numbers can be misleading. The bacteria may not be natural to the human GI tract, or even be compatible with each other.
One of the key reasons that CocoBiotic is such a super-probiotic is due to its bio-availability as a fermented liquid food, rather than an ordinary capsule supplement. This way, the beneficial microflora in CocoBiotics unique fermented beverage can withstand harsh stomach acids to reach the walls of the intestine and recolonize it more effectively than capsule probiotic supplements.
Just like you need food to live on, the probiotics require their own food source called pre-biotics. With CocoBiotic, you don’t need to worry about buying additional pre-biotic supplements. That’s because CocoBiotic contains the beneficial enzyme-producing yeasts that friendly bacteria love to feed on.