As women, we love to look and feel great. When we don't, bad things happen!
For example, when our digestive systems get out of balance, there's bloating, fatigue, indigestion – very unflattering conditions, to say the least. If you’re like me, you weren’t expecting those issues to become quite the problem they are after 40. My body started to revolt. I mean seriously it came out of no where!
Sure, I know that I'm in my prime. Midlife is fantastic, and most days I feel young and full of energy.
To stay that way, I try more than ever to take care of my body. I try to exercise every day - because we all know that is good for us. Having an exercise buddy really keeps me accountable.
I eat right -- most of the time. Still, the occasional splurge inevitably causes the above-referenced "unflattering conditions."
When I started to encounter these conditions more frequently, I decided to do a little research and discovered that midlife might be the time to start taking a probiotic. I learned that it can be helpful to maintain balance, especially for changes in digestion due to travel, stress, diet, or change in routine.
Align is a daily probiotic supplement that helps you maintain your digestive balance*....because who doesn't like to keep their body in rhythm!
It’s the #1 Doctor and Gastroenterologist recommended probiotic brand‡. Only Align contains B. infantis 35624™, a unique, patented, pure-strain probiotic. Align supplements your system with natural “good” bacteria, which helps to:
- Fortify your digestive system with unique healthy bacteria*
- Promote and support a healthy digestive system*
- Help you maintain digestive balance*
Curious to know more?
When your digestive system is in balance, you’ll feel fabulous.
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ǂ Among gastroenterologists and doctors who recommended a brand of probiotic in an AlphaImpactRx 2016 Survey.