The Next Generation Probiotic- Part II
We lack one of the most important nutrients in our diet.
Certain good bacteria, grown specifically to preserve its Oligoribonucleotides (ORNs), supply a missing important nutrient that stimulates our very immune system to be more alert and ready to protect us from possible pathogens; and accomplishing this without over-stimulating the immune system. What are these nutrient elements, ORNs, and why are they missing in our diets?
Oligoribonucleotides (ORNs) are fragments of genetic material, the RNA pieces (micro RNA) that reside within the cytoplasm of all bacteria. When we eat unprocessed, fermented foods (e.g., raw milk, vegetables etc.) in its natural state, bacteria and their ORNs comes along with the food. A cup of fermented raw milk may contain as much as 30 AUs of lactic acid bacterial ORNs. Since we do not ferment raw foods, and typically wash away the ORNs in the production of probiotics, this missing ingredient has been costly to our health. We need ORNs as a natural part of our nutritional makeup.
Arbitrary Units (AUs) are a unit of measurement to quanity ORNs. I described in last weeks newsletter—The Next Generation Probiotic— how ORNs set off a chain reaction of beneficial events, initiated through our immune cells, first in our mouth, and then small intestines, that upregulate our immune system. 30 AUs of ORNs is sufficient to upregulate the human immune system through the oral cavity. Our new LactORN provides 30 AUs of ORNs per one level teaspoon.
LactORN contains the probiotic Lactobacillus casei grown in a way to retain its natural oligoribonucleotides. Plus it contains the prebiotic inulin derived from organic chicory root. Take one tsp 2 or 3 times a week for immune support.
What better way to connect with the heart of nature for us city dwellers than to connect with a video of Jane Goodall’s work with Chimpanzees in Tanzania.
Explore Gombo National Park with Goodall’s beautiful narration.