I am a lifelong asthmatic, nonsmoking male, mid-sixties.
As a child they called it “exercise-induced” ******. I have personally seen and used nearly every rendition of ****** treatment that has hit the market over many years, starting my life carrying a glass nebulizer with me everywhere I would go.
On my last visit to my pulmonologist I ended the session with the question “what’s next”? The answer was not encouraging at all. Although I am not diagnosed with ****, living in the southeast what with the weather and continual climate conditions of airborne allergens I always seem to struggle breathing and was never far away from my rescue inhaler along with my (30 day) dosed rotary inhaler that seems to be the market gold standard for asthmatics.
I have always been somewhat skeptical of supplements and probiotics that make big statements for their product benefits, yet provide little to no real definable detail as to the how and why the product works. It’s always important to me to know the background and reputable history of a products development. Development, science, people, past history.
Being a Birmingham resident, I heard about this ResBiotic and its development perhaps even before its market launch. Knowing that it was developed at UAB peeked my interest in giving this probiotic a chance. After my own research into the product and fully understanding that this probiotic (Res-B) is a proactive approach to gut-lung health over a reactive treatment to asthmatic…