If You’re Struggling with Chronic Fatigue…

Could your gut be to blame?

Do you feel tired practically all the time? And not just regular tired, like you had an extra busy day.

But a bone-deep weariness that leaves you feeling drained and dog-tired even when you’ve gotten a full night’s sleep?

That chronic fatigue is an alarm signal from your body. It’s more than needing sleep. It’s needing energy… and not from caffeine or power drinks. You can’t just push through this kind of fatigue. That will just make you feel worse.

So pay attention to that alarm.

Because it’s coming from a very surprising source.

Chronic Fatigue Is More Than Being Tired

Chronic fatigue isn’t just about being tired all the time. It affects your whole body.

Your muscles and joints may feel weak and achy. Your brain may feel foggy and overwhelmed.

You may feel depressed or irritable.

And even getting solid sleep doesn’t help.

Every cell in your body feels drained. And that’s where you’ll need to start to revitalize—at the cellular level.

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Energy Starts in Your Cells

Every cell in your body contains its own miniature “power plants” called mitochondria.[1]

Your mitochondria convert glucose and oxygen into energy. Then that energy gets stored in special molecules called ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate).[2] When the cell needs to use energy, the ATP releases it from storage.

But when even the smallest glitch occurs in this system, it can quickly deplete your vitality and motivation so you’re left feeling weak, sluggish, and tired.

So what takes energy offline? Some of the biggest culprits include:

  • Everyday stress[3]
  • Free radicals[4]
  • Immune system reactions[5]
  • Gut dysbiosis[6]

Unfortunately, you may be dealing with all of these at once. That’s not really surprising… because they’re all connected in some way to your gut microbiome.

How an Unbalanced Gut Microbiome Makes You Tired

Your gut microbiome contains trillions of bacteria including beneficial probiotics and harmful pathogens. In a healthy gut, probiotic bacteria vastly outnumber pathogens, keeping all systems—including energy production—running smoothly.

When your gut is out of balance, pathogens outnumber probiotics—a condition called dysbiosis.

Dysbiosis can drain your energy and vitality leaving you feeling exhausted and world weary. And stress is one of the biggest triggers for dysbiosis.

That’s why a two-step plan is the best way to combat fatigue: Manage your stress and balance your gut.

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Step 1: Manage Stress to Restore Balance and Energy

You’re exposed to stressors all the time. That makes it hard for your body to calm down, keeping you trapped in a stress spiral. Stress affects your body in lots of ways, and that includes knocking your gut out of balance[7] and draining your mitochondria.[8]

When your body can’t remember how to deal with stress effectively, it needs a reminder. And that’s where a unique probiotic can help.

Meet Bifidobacterium longum 1714™, a probiotic strain scientifically shown to help your body mount a healthy stress response. That means your body won’t get trapped in a stress spiral and can finally settle down. Once your body has a better handle on stress, you’ll be amazed by the shift in your energy… and B. longum 1714™ can help get you there.

Studies show that taking B. longum 1714™ consistently:

  • promotes a healthy stress response[9]
  • delivers a reduced sense of daily stress[9]
  • supports healthy sleep quality and duration, even during stressful periods[10]
  • promotes calmness and creativity[11]

And with natural stress management instructor B. longum 1714™ on board, you’ll feel refreshed and revitalized.

Step 2: Balance Your Gut for a Vitality Lift

Your gut microbiome is your body’s home base for everything. It affects every cell, organ, and system… from your immunity[12] to your sleep[13] to your motivation.[14] And it also plays a surprisingly large role in your daily energy levels.[15]

A diverse, well-balanced gut microbiome—where beneficial probiotic bacteria dominate—helps your body defeat energy thieves in several important ways:

  • teaching your immune system not to under- or overreact[16]
  • producing short chain fatty acids that protect mitochondria[17]
  • promote your body’s ability to fight free radicals and cope with oxidative stress[18]
  • shift your system into a more energy-positive state[19]

High-quality spore probiotics help ensure your gut stays in healthy balance. Spore probiotics have a unique protective endospore shell that allows them to survive stomach acid, the high temperatures of your digestive tract, and other biological hazards that would kill off other probiotics. So they get to your gut 100% alive and ready to get to work every time.

There are four clinically-proven spore probiotics known to provide balance and support a diverse population of beneficial bacteria in the gut microbiome.

  • Bacillus indicus HU36™, a unique probiotic strain that produces powerful carotenoid antioxidants that keep free radicals under control… extra protection for mitochondria and energy production
  • Bacillus subtilis HU58™, which supports a well-balanced, harmonious gut microbiome where diverse probiotic bacteria can flourish
  • Bacillus coagulans, a powerful immune-supporting probiotic that produces L-lactic acid and helps you sidestep gas, bloating, diarrhea and constipation
  • Bacillus clausii, the only strain known to resist damage from a variety of common antibiotics to support your beneficial bacteria when you need them most

With a diverse, well-balanced gut microbiome as your foundation, you’ll be celebrating a feeling of wellness and vitality.

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