San Antonio, TX, September 19, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Yogurt has been the talk of the country. With all the excitement expressed about helpful ingredients within yogurt, consumers might think it’s the greatest invention since sliced bread. The benefits of yogurt, however, pale in comparison to the latest product to enter to market – EndoMune.
With more than 25 years in private practice, Texas gastroenterologist Dr. Lawrence Hoberman is well aware of the varied digestive disorders. After working first hand with patients to repress their gastrointestinal complications, he began researching the field of probiotics. The concept is nothing new to a gastroenterologist. The balance between healthy and harmful bacteria within the digestive tract is delicate. Alcohol consumption, ingestion of antibiotics and unhealthy diets can quickly disrupt the balance, introducing harmful bacteria into the GI tract while suppressing the beneficial bacteria.
Throughout his research, Dr. Hoberman found positive components of varied products, but was unable to find one comprehensive probiotic. In order to address these needs, Dr. Hoberman carefully selected six naturally-occurring bacteria for use in the development of EndoMune. Each capsule contains 6 billion active bacteria cells that have been dry-frozen. Upon ingestion, the cells are reactivated and begin cultivating the GI tract. Consumers that have turned to yogurt would have to digest excessive volumes of dairy in order to achieve the same benefits of a probiotic such as EndoMune.
Whether traveling abroad or suffering from gastrointestinal distress, EndoMune is a safe, healthy approach to achieve overall improved immunity. For more information, visit www.endomune.com.
About Lawrence J. Hoberman, M.D.
Dr. Lawrence J. Hoberman is board certified in Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology. After a private practice of gastroenterology for over 25 years, he has chosen to focus his practice in a health and wellness program stressing preventive medicine.
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