Los Angeles, CA, June 13, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Mighty Microbes uses effective micro-organism “EM” technology, as developed by Dr. Teruo Higa in Japan. Used for over two decades in organic farming, waste management and other environment-friendly endeavors, EM technology can now be found in the dietary supplements sold on the Mighty Microbes website. Effective micro-organism technology is known to uplift your immune system, stimulate cells that aid in healing and help prevent tumors and other illnesses, cleanse your digestive tract and promote healthy skin. Independent studies conducted by physicians in Japan and China support the use of probiotics to help maintain a healthy flora balance in the gastrointestinal system, by cleansing the digestive tract of “bad” bacteria, and repopulating it with “good” microbes. In addition, when combined with proper diet, EM technology can help you to maintain safe blood sugar levels, and aid the blood's clotting responses.
Visitors to the Mighty Microbes website will find a plethora of information about probiotics and EM technology, as well as the online E-Newsletter, which is updated often, and contains many helpful articles for the health-conscious individual. You can even subscribe to their new Monthly Supplement Subscription Service,an automatic delivery program that brings probiotic products right to your front door.
The website will be updated on a regular basis, coinciding with an ongoing marketing push for http://www.MightyMicrobes.com
About Mighty Microbes: Mighty Microbes distributes dietary supplements utilizing EM technology to make probiotic products to help you maintain good health. Following the research of Dr Teruo Higa, Mighty Microbes uses effective micro-organism technology in products that are designed to boost your immune system, fight toxins in your digestive tract and generally promote your body's defenses.
“We have entered the era of promoting health naturally, of promoting health by enhancing innate body functions. Probiotics promote overall healthy with few side effects. EM may be one of the most potent probiotics yet developed” - Dr. Allan Sosin, MD, Internal Medicine specialist
Michael Richard Burke