Multiple studies confirm that pistachios and almonds feed our healthy gut bacteria. These prebiotic foods provide a way to boost lifelong probiotic health.
Want an easy way to drop some pounds? Multiple studies prove that increasing our dietary fiber intake helps reduce weight naturally. Find out how much fiber you need and the best sources.
Recent research finds that cranberries are not just good for UTIs. They also contain a potent prebiotic that feeds the bacteria in our colon.
An accumulation of research is indicating that type 2 diabetes is linked to our gut bacteria and dysbiosis is associated with metabolic disease.
New research is showing that wheat bran contains a special prebiotic that feeds and boosts colonies of important probiotics in our guts, while decreasing gastrointestinal issues.
Several recent studies have confirmed what traditional oriental medicine has known for centuries – that dried plums have the capacity to prevent and even reverse bone loss that often follows menopause.
Research from Finland has confirmed that a compound from the bark of the Spruce tree and similar tree barks is a powerful and functional prebiotic that feeds our healthy gut bacteria.
Scientists have found that prebiotics boost our immunity significantly, resulting in fewer colds and flu each year. Prebiotics studied in university students Most of us recognize that cold and flu viruses run rampant around...