PROBIOTICS: NATURE’S NATURAL CLEANER
Nature is composed of trillions upon trillions of bacteria, both good and bad. Outdoors in Nature good bacteria (aka Probiotics) overwhelmingly outnumber bad bacteria (aka harmful or pathogenic) by as much as 8 to 2. The outdoors is where are bodies have evolved over eons to be their healthiest. Indoors is a different story. According to the EPA the indoor air is at least 5X more polluted than the air outside, even in a heavily industrialized city.
From our homes to our offices, the more time we spend indoors, the more harmful microorganisms we come in contact with.
WHY DO I NEED GOOD BACTERIA?
There are 10 times more bacteria in our bodies than there are cells.
Divided between good and bad bacteria, it’s estimated that up to 80% of a healthy body’s bacteria is beneficial. Probiotics are friendly bacteria that help boost our immunity, improve digestion, reduce allergies, improve our mood
The benefits of probiotics, however, are no longer limited to inside our bodies. betterair has taken the science behind probiotics and transposed it to the indoor environments we live in.
WAIT, BUT I CLEAN MY HOME…
Traditional cleaning methods, like bleach and antibiotics, wipe out both good and bad bacteria. This creates an environmental imbalance and is not healthy.
OSHAonline.com states, “Traditional purifier sprays and devices indiscriminately kill all bacteria, both harmful and beneficial — causing an imbalanced, sterile environment that could increase the risk of pathogens’ evolving resistance.”
A greater number of good bacteria than bad is an absolute necessity for good health.
BETTERAIR: THE NEXT STEP IN PROBIOTICS.
The Biotica800® system Eliminates mold, dust mite fecal matter, pet dander and many other allergens that cause disease, allergic reactions and discomfort.
- Consumes all organic resources that serve as sustenance for pathogenic bacterial and mold survival, hence cause their gradual disappearance.
- Does not allow for the formation of drug resistant fungi and bacteria. Unlike the reaction to chemical treatment and antibiotics, pathogens cannot develop immunity against probiotics, and their effectiveness is consistent over long periods of time.