Multiple studies confirm that pistachios and almonds feed our healthy gut bacteria. These prebiotic foods provide a way to boost lifelong probiotic health.
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Research from around the world confirms that not only do probiotics significantly treat irritable bowel syndrome: Certain probiotic species treat IBS better than others.
Research finds that high-intensity exercise boosts our body’s probiotics, which produce byproducts that benefit our health in many ways.
Recent research is confirming that both oral and direct application of probiotics provide a bonafide treatment for vaginosis and vaginitis, with and without antibiotic treatment.
Recent research finds that cranberries are not just good for UTIs. They also contain a potent prebiotic that feeds the bacteria in our colon.
DESCRIPTION: Understanding how our probiotics work and how they help prevent disease is critical to our ability to stay healthy. This book condenses and simplifies the science gathered from over 600 research studies to communicate...
Our gut’s probiotic content has everything to do with our ability to lose weight. New research confirms probiotic supplementation can help us lose weight and reduce body fat.
Recent research shows that fecal transplants can cure Clostridium difficile infections. But fecal transplants come with risks. Now there’s a better, cleaner way to get the same results.
Recent research is confirming that bifidobacteria probiotic supplements have the ability to significantly boost immunity and decrease allergy symptoms during allergy season.
ORAL PROBIOTICS: Fighting Tooth Decay, Periodontal Disease and Airway Infections Using Friendly Bacteria
DO YOU HAVE PERIODONTAL DISEASE – ALSO CALLED GINGIVITIS? HOW ABOUT DENTAL DECAY? DID YOU KNOW THAT GUM DISEASE IS NOW LINKED TO ARTHRITIS? AND HEART DISEASE? AND CHRONIC FATIGUE AND OTHER AILMENTS? THIS...
DID YOU KNOW THAT OUR IMMUNE SYSTEM IS PRIMARILY PROBIOTIC? DID YOU KNOW THAT MANY DISEASES AND AUTOIMMUNE DISORDERS ARE RELATED TO OUR PROBIOTICS? HOW ABOUT SUPPLEMENTATION? DO YOU UNDERSTAND PROBIOTIC SUPPLEMENTS? DO ALL...
Research confirms that our gut’s probiotics do a lot more than help our digestion. They also increase performance and reduce recovery times for athletes.
Turns out that enzymes produced by our body’s natural probiotics break down gluten proteins into harmless amino acids. That is, unless you have dysbiosis.
Clinical research has confirmed that probiotics and prebiotics can significantly reduce blood glucose levels, reducing the risk of type-2 diabetes and metabolic disease.