Intensive Care Program
Microbiome Re-boot your (12-week Program) for healthy skin and body
Colavocado Biome Re-Boot Intensive Care Program is a system for cultivating a new gut and skin ecosystem. It’s more than just a probiotic. Regular probiotics can create a monoculture in the human biome, which thrives on diversity. Colavocado kefir contains 40 to 60 probiotic and yeast strains that when combined with vitamin D and Biome ReBoot repopulate the gut and skin with healthy innate strains that up-regulate the powerful immune MAF (macrophage activating factor). MAF is a protein that can be absorbed through the mucosa in the mouth and activates white blood cells called macrophages to seek out and destroy foreign toxic cells in your tissues providing Immune Support. Of the 1 trillion bugs on our skin, there are a whopping 1,000 different bacterial species and up to 80 different fungi species. After the gut, there are more microorganisms on the skin than anywhere else in the body. Bacterial species are by far the most numerous; however fungi, viruses and mites are also found on the skin of normal healthy humans.
Maintaining youthful looking skin is a priority for many men and women, yet skin care products and cosmetic procedures may not deliver the desired or anticipated results due to gut imbalances from environmental influences. Colavocado Kefir supplementation may help a person take an inside-out approach to skin care. Colavocado Kefir is used as a powerful facial mask as well as a natural supplement and when taken internally, has the potential to help clients address symptoms of common skin problems, such as eczema, psoriasis, rosacea, and acne.
The kefir contains between 40 and 60 probiotic microbes and beneficial yeasts, oleic acid, immunoglobulins such as IgG, IgA, IgD, IgE, and Ig1, which neutralize toxins, balance pH, control inflammation and fight viruses and bacteria. Taken internally, Colavocado Kefir can increase the availability of vitamins A, C and K as well as the B vitamins. It also contains cytokines and lactoferrin and growth factors.
Lactoferrin helps manage the immune response in the skin cells, which means supplementing with lactoferrin may potentially help a person increase his or her skin’s anti-inflammatory response. EGF and IGF-1 play essential roles in wound healing, which makes Colavocado Kefir an important potential adjunct to the skin’s repair following a surgical cosmetic procedure. The Colavacado contains the natural source of the enzyme, telomerase, which may help to slow down the aging of DNA. Telomerase may keep DNA strands from becoming shorter and enables identical, undamaged skin cells to duplicate themselves again and again. Epithelial/epidermal growth factor (EGF) and insulin-like growth factor (IGF-1), which are known to assist in the repair and regeneration of cells.
The Colavocado Biome Re-Boot Program at least as far as the skin goes is comprised of a biologically active facial protocol combined with nutritional support that is very effective for the most challenging skin conditions.
Microorganisms are found all over the skin surface but the species vary with anatomical site.
Skin sites can be grouped into three types:
Dry body sites
Dry sites include the forearms, hands, legs and feet. They have the most diverse microbiota, due to high exposure to the external environment. Coagulase-negative staphylococci predominate (eg,S. epidermedis and S. hominis).
Moist body sites
Corynebacteriam flourish in the moist skin of the skin folds: elbow creases, beneath the breasts, in-between the toes and the groins.
Sebaceous body sites include the head, neck and trunk, where sebaceous glands secrete an oily substance, sebum, allowing cutibacteria to thrive. Demodex mites (Demodex folliculorum and Demodex brevis) and the fungus Malasezzia also congregate in the oily areas of the face.
A healthy skin microbiome protects against infection in much the same way a good gut microbiome does, by crowding out overgrowth of pathogenic organisms. The skin microbiome prefers a relatively acidic environment (pH is around 5.0), which also inhibits growth of pathogens.
Non-infectious conditions associated with microorganisms
- Demodex mites in rosacea
- Proprionebacterium acnes in acne
- S. epidermidis in miliaria
- Mixed flora in hidradenitis suppurativa.
The microbiome also aids in wound healing, limits exposure to allergens and UV radiation, minimizes oxidative damage, and keeps the skin plump and moist.
The Assault on Skin Microbiota
Our modern lifestyle assaults our gut microbiome through antibiotic overuse, consumption of foods that disrupt gut flora i.e. gluten, glyphosate, and overuse of antibacterial products. These same factors can alter the bacterial balance on the skin and may be even more damaging!
SALT: Skin Associated Lymphoid Tissue
Skin was once thought to be just a physical barrier from the outside world, though the existence of skin-associated lymphoid tissue shows that it is much, much more.
Researchers estimate that these lymphocytes exist on the skin in a 1:1 ratio with bacteria. The theory is that these immune cells are capable of sensing and dealing with a great deal of bacteria on their own. They also communicate with lymph nodes within the body. These lymph nodes carry immune signals to the rest of the immune system and help determine the body’s appropriate response.
In short: your skin contains trillions of lymphocytes that are like soldiers protecting your body’s perimeter and radioing in information about approaching attacks to the main base (your immune system).
Colostrum and NK cells
As you contract a viral illness, the pathogen infects your cells. Immediately, your cell mediated immune response activates NK cells along with chemicals to attract the cells to the site of infection. The white blood cells attack the viral cells and destroy them, thus clearing the virus from your body. During the recovery phase, your humoral immune system begins generating antibodies to prevent the same type of infection from occurring again.
Colostrum, the fluid produced by new mothers in the first day or two after birth, plays an integral part in supporting your NK cells, as well as affecting inflammation, metabolism and protecting against the development of cancerous growths.
A recent Stanford study discovered a biomarker predicting the susceptibility to flu. Using 52 individuals who volunteered to be infected with influenza, researchers evaluated the types of immune cells present prior to the introduction of the virus and found NK cells were consistently low in individuals exhibiting symptoms of flu and those with higher levels had a better immune response.
Bovine colostrums combined with avocado derived oleic acid and vitamin D3 activates the production of MAF, responsible for repairing tissue damage and preventing the growth and spread of virus and pathogens.
Healthy gut — A critical action associated with colostrum growth factors is healing and prevention of damage to the gastrointestinal lining by maintaining tight junctions between the cells. Colostrum helps reduce symptoms of leaky gut syndrome, which allows large or partially digested food proteins to pass into the body and trigger an inflammatory response.
The antibodies and lactoferrin help maintain a healthy microbiome, largely responsible for your overall health and wellness. Lactoferrin also acts as a prebiotic, stimulating the growth of specific good bacteria.
Several studies suggest the growing potential for supplemental lactoferrin to treat acne. In a double-blind, placebo-controlled study, participants aged 18 to 30 with varying forms of acne were given either fermented milk containing 200 milligrams of lactoferrin or fermented milk without any lactoferrin every day for a period of 12 weeks. During monthly visits, researchers assessed acne lesion counts and grades for each participant. Researchers also measured the condition of participants’ skin based on hydration, sebum, pH levels, and skin surface lipids (fats) prior to the study and at the 12-week mark.
At the end of the study, results showed significant improvements in the lactoferrin group. Inflammatory lesion counts decreased by 38.6 percent, while total lesion counts decreased by 23.1 percent compared to the non-lactoferrin group. Acne grade went down by 20.3 percent compared to the placebo group. Sebum content went down by 31.1 percent in the lactoferrin group. The lactoferrin group also showed decreased amounts of triacylglycerols and free fatty acids, which correlated with significant decreases in sebum content, acne grade, and acne lesion count.
Because colostrum helps to heal leaky gut and make the tight junctions in your gut less permeable to foreign invaders, without colostrum, probiotics will not be as effective long term because they will pass through your GI tract and not “stick around” in your gut the way they are supposed to. In this way, colostrum is like soil for the seeds of probiotics. It gives friendly bacteria a place to grow by keeping leaky junctions in your gut more “closed”. This has to do with a protein called Zonulin.
Essentially, colostrum inhibits zonulin proteins from binding to what are called zonulin receptors in your intestinal cells. When zonulin proteins bind to the receptors, your intestinal wall loosens and opens up, so by preventing that, colostrum helps to prevent leaky gut.
The colostrum in Colavocado keeps zonulin protein from opening up your intestinal cells and keeps leaky gut from developing. Therefore, your probiotics become more effective.
The high number of antioxidants and growth factors in Colavocado has made it a powerhouse for promoting muscle growth and healing ligaments and muscles after injury.
Vitamin D (WellvilleSpa Mega D3 and K2)
Vitamin D is now recognized as the most important vitamin for optimal health. It has been proven to help restore health to the body and even prevent cancer. If you have used antibiotics or received vaccinations, Vitamin D3 along with these beneficial probiotics is a necessity to restore a healthy microbiome for good health.
Vitamin D supports the healthy function of:
- the immune system
- intestinal health
- antioxidant potential
- blood sugar balance
- chronic pain relief
- blood pressure
- detoxification and elimination parasites and candida
Recent research studies have shown that active ingredients in Colavocado Kefir have helped the body in healing Acne, Rosacea, ADD, ADHD, memory, autism, chronic fatigue, IBS, Colitis, Crohn’s and a host of other autoimmune conditions and chronic infections.
This special probiotic Colavocado kefir is something you make at home each week. It provides the essential support so that you can benefit more effectively from the healthy foods you are eating. Many people have found after only three months of use, they have experienced its many benefits by completely restoring healthy gut function and more.
Because this natural supplement activates the immune system, some people experience minor side effects in the first 2 weeks. You may feel a swelling of lymph nodes, brief headaches and low energy while the immune system is busy working to support healthy function.
SUGGESTIONS FOR USING Colavocado Kefir
It is highly recommended to add 5,000IU of WellvilleSpa Mega D3 & K2 and 1 capsule of Biome Re-Boot Supplement before bedtime to your diet daily.
Use 4 fl. oz. (1/2 cup) serving daily first thing in the morning or at the end of a meal rich in vegetables or leafy greens (fiber) or before going to bed. After consuming Colavocado Kefir, do not eat or drink anything for one hour. This amount is intended for adults. Daily dose for kids has to be adjusted according to their weight; i.e. 50 to 100 lbs. = ½ dose or 25 to 50 lbs. would be ¼ dose, etc.
With every spoonful, it is best to swish around in your mouth for 30-60 seconds and then gargle before swallowing.
While consuming Colavocado Kefir, do not consume artificial sweeteners. Artificial sweeteners kill the friendly good bacteria and microorganisms.
Kefir combined with Colavocado and Biome Re-Boot Probiotic Benefits
• Improving Skin conditions • Normalizing Immunity
• Regulation of inflammation • Normalizing Bowel Function
• Improving Energy Levels • Improving Mental Clarity
• Reducing Food Allergies •Optimizing Athletic Performance
• Blood sugar and appetite regulation • Synthesis of vitamin K and biotin
• Synthesis of many neurotransmitters • Liver health and detoxification pathways
• Enhanced mineral bioavailability • Control of unwanted gut microbes
• Promoting Longevity • Regulation of hormonal metabolism
Anti-carcinogenic for MAF to work efficiently, your body needs:
• Adequate Vitamin D levels of (take WellvilleSpa 5,000IUD3+K2 a day)
• Oleic Acid and Protein provided via Colavocado
Optional add WellvilleSpa Ultra Omega 3 to your regimen
Lactose & Casein Intolerance
Kefir Probiotic should contain either none, or only a trace amount of lactose at the end of the fermentation process. During the fermentation process, over 90% of the lactose is “eaten” and metabolized by the microorganisms present in Kefir, and the caseins are denatured and further strained out during the step of boiling the milk at the beginning of the procedure. All the scientific evidence shows that in milk that has been boiled and then subjected to a long fermentation, there are no native caseins, and only a tiny amount of lactose (if any). However, in some special cases of high sensitivity, the presence of trace amount of milk components is sufficient to induce adverse reactions.
BACTERIA STRAINS COMMON TO MILK KEFIR GRAINS
Lactobacillus acidophilus Lactobacillus brevis Lactobacillus casei Lactobacillus delbrueckii subsp. Bulgaricus Lactobacillus delbrueckii subsp. Delbrueckii Lactobacillus delbrueckii subsp. LactisLactobacillus helveticusLactobacillus keﬁranofaciens subsp. keﬁranofaciens Lactobacillus keﬁri Lactobacillus paracasei subsp. Paracasei Lactobacillus plantarum Lactobacillus rhamnosus Lactobacillus sakeLactococcus lactis subsp. Cremoris Lactococcus lactis subsp. Lactis Lactococcus lactis Leuconostoc mesenteroides subsp. Cremoris Pseudomonas putida Pseudomonas fluorescens Leuconostoc mesenteroides subsp. Dextranicum Streptococcus thermophilus Pseudomonas Leuconostoc mesenteroides subsp. Mesenteroides
YEAST STRAINS COMMON TO MILK KEFIR GRAINS
Candida humilis Kazachstania unispora Kazachstania exigua
Kluyveromyces siamensis Kluyveromyces lactis Kluyveromyces marxianus
Saccharomyces cerevisiae Saccharomyces martiniae Saccharomyces unisporu
How to make Colavocado Kefir
INGREDIENTS TO PREPARE 1 LITER OF Colavocado Kefir
Stainless steel sauce pot 1 liter Whole Milk
1 Tablespoon Kefir grains 1 Tablespoon Colavocado
Plastic strainer Rubber spatula
Glass canning jar w/top
BEFORE STARTING It is preferable to use WHOLE, high-quality, pasteurized cow’s milk (for its high content in proteins). Raw milk can be used since it has to be boiled anyway. Avoid using, “Ultra Pasteurized” (UHT) and homogenized milk since the high temperature used to sterilize it completely breaks most of the milk proteins. Avoid milk with added preservatives, hormones or other chemical substances. Do NOT use extra added vitamins A and D milk. Do NOT use rice, soy, almond, or lactose-free milk. Goat’s milk may be used if the same guidelines are followed. In line of principle, any mammal’s milk may be used. Please remember that changing the source and the kind of the milk the thickness of the final product can vary.
HOW TO PREPARE ONE BATCH (1 liter) of Colavocado Kefir
Be sure to wash your hands before any preparation activities and as needed during preparation, using clean paper towels (not textile towels) for drying and immediately discarding them after use. Be sure all work surfaces and utensils are clean.
Boil ½ gallon of milk, stirring well continuously to keep from sticking to bottom of pot until it boils. Milk boils when it blows up to the rim of the pot. Remove the pot from heat immediately. Do not over boil the milk. This point is critical. Cool milk to room temperature (68-86°F or 20-30°C) without stirring it (simply leave it at room temperature). Remove the thick layer off top and discard it (it is composed by caseins).
When the milk has cooled to room temperature transfer it back into the ½ gallon container.
Add the kefir grains to a canning jar and fill ¾ of the way with the cooled milk. Loosely cover the jar with lid so that air can pass over the fermenting milk while it is covered. Set the jar aside on the counter in a draft-free shaded spot where it will not be disturbed and temperatures will remain around (68- 85°F). Do not mix or move it. Kefir will ferment in approximately 24 hours (depending on the room temperature and amount of kefir grains). You can check, 20 hours later from the beginning, if the thickness of Kefir is correct.
When the kefir is ready, you need to separate the kefir from the kefir grains. Set a plastic or stainless steel strainer over a jar or bowl and pour everything in.
It’s normal to see the grains in a sort of ‘mass’ near the top; they tend to float along with the cream towards the end of the ferment. Also keep in mind any ‘curd’ that turns to liquid when pressed is just a milk curd, not a kefir grain – the grains themselves are very solid rubbery masses that will not pass through a fine strainer (unless very forcefully and purposely mashed through).
You can use a wooden or plastic spoon (or spatula) to gently help the liquid kefir move through. Although it might seem very thick to strain, gently stirring the kefir and grains around in the strainer (and swirling the strainer itself) will get the job done surprisingly fast.
Put the grains back into the jar. It’s not necessary to rinse the grains or the jar; they are usually much better off without a rinse. You can re-use the same jar or start with a clean one. If you clean it, make sure to wipe all soap residues out (to avoid harming the grains with any harsh chemicals or antibacterials).
Kefir contains very large amounts of good bacteria and yeast as well as being acidic (from the high amounts of healthful lactic acid, ph around 3-5). For a few people’s bodies it can be a little bit of a shock. Everybody reacts to it differently, so we always recommend starting out slow to see how your body takes to it. The majority of people do not have any adverse reaction, but if you do, usually it’s just a matter of starting out slow and slowly increasing over time.
Split the product into single daily doses using glass jars with lid. Place Kefir in the refrigerator where it has to stay at least 2 hours before its use.
When kefir is ready add 1 tablespoon of Colavocado and whisk until blended.
HOW TO STORE Kefir After the preparation Kefir can be drunk after two hours of refrigeration or stored into the fridge for a maximum of 2 weeks after the preparation.
Kefir Grain Sources:
Milk Kefir Grains Culturesforhealth.com
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Colavocado Kefir Facial Protocol
PROCEDURE: 60 TO 75 minutes
Skin type and expected results:
Oily and acneic skin – Once the gut is in balance acne should clear and skin will look beautiful again.
Eczema and psoriasis – Seal the gut with Colavocado Kefir drink daily
Dry aging skin – Reduction in appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
Items needed for treatment: Keyano Aromatics Makeup Remover, Lavender or Lemon Milk Cleanser, Marine Plasma, Elements Massage Gel, Colavocado, Kefir, Eterna Bella (Anti-Aging), Peptide Cream (Rosacea), Balancing Cream (Oily), Ultra Lift Eye Serum & Sun Defense
Step 1: Prepare facial chair with blanket, sheets & pillow. Remove eye makeup & lipstick with
Makeup Remover. Choose appropriate cleansing milk; apply to dry face and neck.
Massage and rinse.
Step 2: Tone with Marine Plasma to remove any residue with a cotton pad.
Step 3: Steam skin for additional 5 minutes. Give scalp massage.
Step 4: Begin massage using Elements Massage Gel.
Step 5: Remove excess oil. Tone with Marine Plasma and wipe with cotton pad.
Step 6: Extract, if necessary. Tone with Marine Plasma & wipe with cotton pad.
Step 7: Apply Colavocado Kefir Mask (1 tablespoon Colavocado mixed with 1 tablespoon Kefir) leave on for 15 minutes and remove. Tone with Marine Plasma.
Step 8: Finish with appropriate day moisturizer, Sun defense, Eye Contour Gel or Ultra Lift Eye Serum
Recommended Home Care: Appropriate skin care regimen for a.m. and p.m.
Lavender or Lemon Milk Cleanser, Marine Plasma, Eterna Bella, Eye Contour Gel or Ultra Lift Eye Serum appropriate day & night cream, Sun Defense WellvilleSpa Mega D3 & K2, Colavacado, Biome ReBoot Ultra Omega – 3.