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New Fresh Flora Supplement Launches by Nutra Prosper and Dr. Ryan Shelton

NutraProsper's Fresh Flora is a doctor-formulated supplement by Dr. Ryan Shelton that aims to help users overcome candida fungus overgrowth and reduce the risk of yeast infections while supporting optimal digestion and gut health.

Did you know that candidemia is one of the most common infections in the United States? Candidemia, also referred to as candidiasis, is when the body witnesses an overgrowth in a type of yeast called candida albicans. If you’ve heard someone complain about a yeast infection, this is what it’s all about. In general, a number of factors contribute to such overgrowth including environmental changes, the use of antibiotics, and increased sugar intake among others.

That said, for some the spreading stops at the mouth and genital regions, but, in other cases, the health consequences can be intense. This is where it is most fit to introduce Nutra Proper’s Fresh Flora.

What is NutraProsper's Fresh Flora?

Nutra Prosper’s Fresh Flora supposedly combines herbs and minerals to fight off candida overgrowth, while promoting the presence of good bacteria in the gut. Over the course of time, consumers can anticipate a decrease in the recurrence of yeast infections, the formation of mucus-like substance in the mouth (i.e. thrush), and digestive-related issues and an increase in energy levels.

According to Dr. Ryan Shelton, the mastermind behind the supplement's formula, the product's ingredients will effectively help fight against chronic fatigue and help the immune system to possibly correct distributing and discomforting digestive disorders. To assess whether or not the proclaimed benefits are reasonable, the proof will be in the ingredients pudding.

What Ingredients Does Fresh Flora Contain?

The ingredients listing found online for Fresh Flora supplement claim to be certified non-GMO and free of gluten. NutraProsper also states each batch is tested for purity and dosage to ensure the highest bioavailability is guaranteed.

Oregano Leaf Extract

What makes oregano a desirable ingredient is its antifungal properties. In other words, it has the ability to eliminate existing fungi, while limiting yeast from spreading throughout the body.

Garlic Extract

Garlic contains a high concentration of a compound called allicin. Given its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant profiles, it can protect one from candida overgrowth and is said to potentially reduce the yeast’s ability to integrate within the mouth’s lining. That said, garlic is only rich in allicins when it is in its raw form (otherwise it is destroyed).

Caprylic Acid

Caprylic acid is a medium-chain fatty acid that is believed to house antibacterial, antifungal and anti-inflammatory profiles, hence, like oregano, it too is expected to treat yeast infections and digestive disorders among others.

Pau d’Arco Bark Extract

Extracted from a species of trees called the tabebuia, its anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antifungal properties is what allowed it to make it to Fresh Flora’s formula. While the way it works in treating infections is supposedly not clear, the end result is that it prevents bacteria from retrieving oxygen required for their growth.

Milk Thistle Seed Extract

When it comes to overcoming candida, it is milk thistle’s flavonoid called silymarin that does the trick. The antioxidant works by providing liver support, which in turn removes candida-related toxins.

Berberine

Based on existing studies, what makes berberine unique is its antimicrobial and antifungal properties. Hence, it has the potential to fight against viruses, fungi, yeasts and bacteria.

Bacillus Subtilis

Often times, when consumers focus solely on eliminating candida, they do not consider the aftermath. Based on existing claims, once candida is killed off, its toxins typically linger in the bloodstream. This means that the eliminating process needs to be done in a slow and steady pace, hence the inclusion of a probiotic like bacillus subtilis.

How should Fresh Flora Supplement be Used?

Consumers have been advised to take two capsules of the Fresh Flora on a daily basis. To speed up the elimination of candida, it is ideal to consider a clean diet free of sugars and filled with green vegetables, meat, fish, eggs and various teas. In order to help boost the immune system in the process, consumers need to sleep well and manage stress levels. Dr. Ryan Shelton, the formulator of Fresh Flora recommends taking one pill two times per day, once before breakfast and another before the meal at dinner time.

How much does it cost?

As a limited time offer, Nutra Prosper is currently offering a buy-one-get-two-for-free deal. This is expected to cost $49 (with a separate shipping cost of$19.95). In addition to the supplements, consumers can also choose to gain access to the “Candida Overgrowth Masterclass”, which is a 5-part video series expounding on different aspects of the infection free of cost.

Is Fresh Flora Right For You?

Based on the analysis above, what makes Nutra Prosper desirable is its ingredients list. All of the ingredients share similar properties and have been extensively studied in relation to their benefits. That said, should one’s infection worsen, it is best to consult a health practitioner prior to making decisions. Without question, given how new Fresh Flora is, anyone interested should partake in further research and due diligence if considering using the product too.

To learn more about Nutra Prosper’s Fresh Flora, visit the official website at freshflorahome.com

Krystle Marie

Krystle Marie is an avid researcher about all things evolving inside the natural health and wellness industry. Living in Arizona as a stay at home mother, she carries an impressive track record of over a decade in experience as her journalistic professionalism shines bright when it comes to investigating the latest news and researching trendy supplements, diets and fitness programs.

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