You Are More Bug Than Human?!

It’s true… You and I are more bug than human.  

Research has shown the body is actually composed of more bacteria than human cells!  Eeeww.

Actually, it’s not so gross, and quite important.  Collectively, these trillions of bacteria are called the microbiome. Most of those bacteria reside in our gut, sometimes referred to as the gut microbiota, and they play multiple roles in our overall health.(1)  

We have a symbiotic relationship with these little buggers, and it’s incredibly important that we treat them well…

It’s become common knowledge we need “good bacteria” to help us break down our food and absorb the nutrients.  What isn’t so commonly known though is that our microscopic little friends also impact our mood, mental health, immune system, insulin sensitivity, propensity for obesity, and more…

We actually now know there’s a real gut-brain connection in our body:

Our gut microbiota play a vital role in our physical and psychological health via its own neural network: the enteric nervous system (ENS), a complex system of about 100 million nerves found in the lining of the gut.  The ENS is sometimes called the “second brain,” and it actually arises from the same tissues as our central nervous system (CNS) during fetal development.  In a miraculously orchestrated symphony of hormones, neurotransmitters, and electrical impulses through a pathway of nerves, both “brains” communicate back and forth.(2)

Gut-Brain Connection

Unfortunately, our gut bacteria are very sensitive and can easily be “thrown out of whack” by poor diet (e.g., excess sugar & alcohol), stress, medications, infections, or toxins (e.g., environmental & personal care products).  

This leads to all kinds of symptoms including:

fatigue, food sensitivities, GI problems, autoimmune conditions, joint pain, headaches & migraines, skin problems, concentration issues, asthma, depression, anxiety, behavioral problems, fertility problems, underweight or overweight, adrenal fatigue, liver problems, and nutritional deficiencies.

So, other than limiting the things that throw it out of whack, what can you do to keep your gut healthy?

  • Get adequate sleep
  • Eat plenty of fiber
  • Keep your weight in check
  • Avoid antibiotics (when possible)
  • Eat fermented foods
  • Take a high-quality supplement like Eniva® Probiotic+ Complex*
Eniva Probiotic+

Eniva’s Probiotic+ is actually a probiotic AND prebiotic complex.

Think of probiotics as fertilizer for good bacteria in your gut. The probiotic introduces the friendly bacteria into your system, while the prebiotic helps give that bacteria helpful nourishment to do their job.(3)

Many types of bacteria are classified as probiotics. They all have different benefits, but most come from two groups:

  1. Lactobacillus
  2. Bifidobacterium

When choosing a probiotic supplement, make sure it has multiple strains of both categories to nourish the entire “landscape” of your gut.

Eniva’s Probiotic+ is packed with 20 billion “colony forming units” (CFU) – that’s a great dosage providing a lot of bang for your buck.  They also take great care in the manufacturing of the capsules to ensure the seals are solid and the contents stay fresh…in this case, alive.

How to Use Probiotic+

Per Dr. Ben, I take Probiotic+ first thing every morning on an empty stomach.  I suggest you do the same.

You can order your Probiotic+ one of three ways:

  1. Click HERE.  Then pick up at The Transformation Club
  2. Make your purchase the next time you’re at The Transformation Club
  3. If you’re not local, order here for delivery.

If you have questions about Probiotic+ please ask any TEAM Member or contact me directly.


Justin Yule




* This statement has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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About the Author:

Husband. Dog Dad. Author. Coach. Entrepreneur. Transformation Specialist. Justin Yule is the founder, president, and chief transformation officer of The Transformation Club. In addition, he serves fitness professionals worldwide as a business coach and subject-matter expert. Justin is the co-author of the best-selling book, The Transformation Book, as well as the author of the fictional tale, The Transformation Path. He is also the co-host of The Transformation Show podcast. Justin has a bachelor of science degree in physical education with a concentration in adult fitness and holds multiple specialty training certifications in fitness. He has been educating, motivating, and inspiring clients to become the best version of themselves since 1997.

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