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Soil-based Probiotics

These probiotics are what our ancestors got from their gardens and orchards before the advent of modern toxic sprays on farms.

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These carrots are surrounded by soil-based organisms, SBO's and probiotic bacteria

What are Soil-Based Organisms (SBO's)

SBO's, or soil-based organisms, are tiny microbes that live in soil. Many forms of SBO's are taken into the human system when all organic fruits and vegetables are eaten. These probiotic bacteria o...

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Healthy family who know why they need probiotic supplements.  Our ancestors got their probiotics from food but that is very difficult to do today.

Why We Need Probiotic Supplements

Our bodies are designed to function in a symbiotic relationship with friendly probiotic bacteria.  Our ancestors got these bacteria from their foods. But today these probiotics are killled by moder...

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Man running illustrates some of the benefits of probiotics. They help with digestion and assimilation, regular bowel movements. They strengthen the immune system and fight pathogenic bacteria, viruses and yeast.

Benefits of Probiotics

Some of the benefits of probiotics are: They help with digestion and assimilation of food, they help with regular bowel movements, they work to strengthen the immune system and fight against pathog...

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Our President

Senior Olympics Gold, Age 81

Our President, Sally Robertson, won Gold in the Senior Olympics at age 81.  She started weightlifting at age 79 to lower her blood sugar and improve her bone density. She entered the Senior Olympics that year in just one event, the deadlift, and won Gold.  The next year she competed in three events and won Gold in each. She says, "If I can do this, anyone with reasonably good health can do it too!"

Upward Quest and Sacred Mountain Supplements are located in Colorado which has a rich, colorful history. The slideshow below shows the owners, Bob and Sally Robertson, exploring the pioneer farm of Josie Basset, girlfriend of Butch Cassidy.