Mar 03 2013
SBOs are living beneficial strains of foreign but friendly soil-based organisms.
These essential friendly bacteria use to be a regular part of our normal daily
diet until the end of the 19th century. Around that time, began the introduction of
pesticides, chemicals, and food processing, which quickly diminished the “farm to
table” ingestion of raw fruits and vegetables containing these life-sustaining organisms.
When these friendly organisms were ingested, as a natural part of our daily
food source, they would act as a buffer to safeguard and maintain a healthy natural
intestinal flora (microbiota or friendly bacteria.) They were helpful to our overall well
-being by producing benefits in the body, such as, the natural production of our own
antibodies boosting the immune system, improved digestion, greater absorption of
all nutrients, and most importantly; they worked to rid the body of disease causing
organisms (pathogens) and other deadly toxins