The Prime Directive Probiotic Organic Superfood 150g Pot

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The Prime Directive is a food,
it is marketed as a food,
it is sold as a food
and should be used as a food!

The only thing that stands between you and disease is a healthy immune system. Science recognises the importance of plant nutrients to boost the immune system. It also recognises that a properly balanced intestinal flora is essential for the proper processing of these vital nutrients.

The Prime Directive consists of 22 certified organic wholefoods, 20 different amino acids and 13 members of the Lactobacillus family. This superfood is in a league of its own. Over a period of fifteen years the Lactobacillus in Prime Directive has been developed to become super resistant to the substances that we ingest daily, such as chlorine, excessive alcohol, salt, fluoride, cola, some preservatives and many others including antibiotics and stress.

The Prime Directive is probiotic - providing friendly bacteria essential for good health. It is supplied in a form that the body can use immediately. The body absorbs the advanced nutrition and the bacteria set to work giving the colon a really good clean - many therapists believe issues with the colon are the cause of all disease. Once the colon has been cleaned the Prime Directive bacteria will work their way around the body and carry on the cleaning process on other organs. Prime Directive users often report great success - from having more energy to looking and feeling great. In some cases it has helped to reduce chronic symptoms in ill health.

“The broad spectrum of nutrients found in the Prime Directive have been pre-digested through our special process. It transforms the nutrients into a form just like the body does to make the nutrients instantly available for the body to use.” (Czerral - the creator of the Prime Directive).


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