As the evidence develops regarding the microbiome, you certainly don’t need to wait around in order to experience the anti-aging benefits of gut bacteria.
Taking a high-quality probiotic has always been one of the best things you can do for your body. But as I shared back in the September 2017 issue, one new strain in particular has captured my attention.
It’s called Lactobacillus fermentum, or ME-3. And what sets it apart from other strains is its unique ability to generate glutathione—a vital antioxidant workhorse that stalls aging on the cellular level.
Glutathione levels plummet dramatically as you get older. But ME-3 replenishes your stores of it (and a handful of other key antioxidants, including vitamins C and E, and coenzyme Q10) via multiple pathways.
All while balancing lipids, boosting detoxification, and fighting inflammation (the root of most health issues and chronic disease).
Anti-aging medicine doesn’t get more powerful than this. For more information on ME-3, you can visit
www.DrPescatore.com and search the archives (use the keyword “Lactobacillus fermentum”).