Sound too good to be true?
Lifeboost Coffee has gotten the exclusive rights to the nutraceutical industry’s first fermented Toxin-Scavenging Lactobacillus.
Our exclusive proprietary formula uses a naturally occurring fermentation process that allows beneficial changes to the bacteria’s cell walls.
In essence, these bacteria are “trained” over 7 generations to fight against toxic substances, such as mold (mycotoxins) and other toxic substances that make healthy bacterial cell walls weak.
And THIS is the first coffee of it’s kind...
We took our certified organic, low-acid, shade-grown specialty coffee beans… and added a very potent proprietary probiotic mixture. (It’s so potent, just a small amount is used so it doesn’t change the incredible flavor of the beans)
Why cold brew?
THE RESULT? A cold brew coffee bean that is very low acid, good for your gut health… may help regulate inflammation… and supports your immune system.
This isn’t just ANY coffee… and this isn’t just ANY probiotic.
Probiotics have become a “buzz” word and now everyone and their mother is selling them. Some are good, some are dead upon arrival. It’s hard to discern which is which.
Research indicates that anywhere from 80-99% of traditional, unprotected, live probiotic cells will be killed off by stomach acid before reaching the intestine.*
When it comes to probiotics - the ones you buy online or at a store - it’s important to know what is effective.
There are 12 different viable probiotic strains inside.
That’s 12 TIMES MORE than the leading competitor.
Maybe even more important, is the manufacturing of our probiotics.
After the probiotics we use are grown, they are saturated in a proprietary acid mixture.(Don’t worry this doesn’t change the pH of the coffee, it’s a micro amount) This mixture provides a protective acid coating and suspends them in their temporary lag phase. (This is their most survivable, adaptable phase)
VERY different from the majority of probiotics on the market that are sold in the growth phase. Suspending bacteria in the lag phase offers a number of benefits for the probiotics AND for you.
Most companies use some combination of encapsulation, freeze-drying, and refrigeration to increase survivability.
But the proprietary acid coating of the probiotics in Biotics Brew offers better protection than any of these methods. (This will ONLY ever be found in Lifeboost Biotics Brew because we have exclusive rights)
And each cup of Biotics Brew has a daily serving of probiotics!
One of the most important characteristics of bacteria in the lag phase is their ability to adapt to environmental changes better than any other bacterial growth phase.
When the acid-coated probiotics pass through the stomach, they are not replicating. Instead, they are growing in size, maturing, and adapting to their environment.
This characteristic helps the probiotics to survive the harsh acid of the stomach on the way to the intestines and dramatically enhances their survival over traditional probiotic supplements.
Once the acid-coated probiotics reach the intestines, the environment changes, allowing bacterial growth to shift from the lag phase to the exponential phase where they multiply in number and flourish throughout the entire intestinal tract.
And these benefits, in combination with our certified organic, low-acid, shade-grown coffee that’s 3rd party tested for Mycotoxins AND 400+ other toxins, are what make Biotics Brew the biggest breakthrough in the coffee industry.
YOU, my friend, have a unique chance to be one of the first coffee lovers to try it out.
Click the button below… join the waiting list… and get your bag of Biotics Brew the moment it’s available.
Regular coffee drinking has some amazing effects on your overall health according to research:
And these 12 strains of probiotics?
Since Biotics Brew is a brand-new product, we’re creating a waiting list for those interested. Being on the “list” gives first access once we get this incredible breakthrough discovery in stock.
We’ll have 300 bags available at launch. If you want to make sure you’re one of the 300 to get your hands on this latest scientific breakthrough in the world of health and coffee, I suggest you join our waiting list.
Once there, we’ll keep you informed and let you know once Biotics Brew is available at our store.
So click the button below… join the list… and be ready to get your hands on one of the biggest breakthroughs in coffee history!
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.* Consult your physician before beginning any exercise program.
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