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Probiotics Blog Posts

Kombucha has become a hot health drink over the last decade. You may have seen people drinking it in yoga classes or enjoying it for its slight carbonated sweetness or health benefits. What is kombucha anyways? It’s essentially sweetened and fermented tea. Green tea and black tea both come from the tea plant, and either can be mixed with sugar...

Modern life has taken a toll on our digestive system. Processed foods, pollutants in our foods, antibiotics, and stress are constantly irritating our intestines and clogging our livers. By returning to the consumption of clean, whole, natural foods, and eating the specific healing foods on this list, you will be able to cleanse your digestive system, soothe irritated intestinal tissues,...

Probiotics are everywhere. Chances are, you’ve seen them advertised on TV, in magazines, and touted in health books. They’re one of the few supplements that have gained widespread fame and acceptance in western countries. It’s little wonder why probiotics have gained so much traction and why so many people are utilizing them for the benefit of their health. Over the...

The microbiome of bacteria in your intestines is extremely crucial to your health. In fact, you wouldn’t be alive without these bacteria. Research has associated imbalances in the gut microbiome with many diseases such as cancer, inflammatory bowel disease, cardiovascular disease, and asthma [1]. The bacteria in your gut affect nearly every part of your body: your skin, brain, immune...

  Research has shown that probiotics affect the health of your whole body. The health benefits of these good bugs extend far beyond the gastrointestinal tract. They even extend to one of your outermost organs - the skin. Research shows us that probiotics affect both the health and appearance of the skin, improving its physiological functioning and making you look...

Your gut needs probiotics. The microbiome of bacteria in your intestines is extremely crucial to your health. In fact, you wouldn’t be alive without these bacteria. This is why they are considered “good” bacteria. They perform an array of roles in your body like boosting your immune system and regulating inflammation. This might be a startling fact, but your guts...

You hear about probiotics everywhere. Many therapeutic supplements have not yet been accepted into doctors’ offices or television ads, but probiotics have been touted by the mainstream culture for years. Research has solidified the fact that probiotics are enormously important for gut health and for the health of your entire body. Decades ago, few people realized how important the bacteria...

Your gut needs probiotics. The microbiome of bacteria in your intestines is extremely crucial to your health. In fact, you wouldn’t be alive without these bacteria. This is why they are considered “good” bacteria. They perform a variety of roles in your body such as boosting your immune system and regulating inflammation. Research has associated imbalances in the gut microbiome...

Probiotics (good bacteria) affect nearly every part of your body. And they affect the health of all those parts. Probiotics play many crucial roles in the body. They digest food, synthesize nutrients that you need, boost your immune system, regulate inflammation throughout your body, and even make neurotransmitters. It’s important for your health that you have plentiful probiotics in your...

There are more bacteria in your gut than there are cells in your body. In other words, the microbiome of bacteria in your intestines is extremely crucial to your health. In fact, you wouldn’t be alive without these bacteria. As of now, research has associated imbalances in the gut microbiome with many diseases such as cancer, inflammatory bowel disease, cardiovascular...