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.
A team of medical researchers has determined that new cases of rheumatoid arthritis occurs following intestinal dysbiosis and the overgrowth of a particular gut microbe.
Mounting evidence is indicating that autistic children tend to have gastrointestinal abnormalities. And studies have shown probiotic supplementation may help autistic children.
Japanese researchers have determined from a large multi-center study that consistently consuming a minimal dosage of a particular strain of probiotics results in reduced abdominal fat and lower body mass index in three months.
Researchers have determined that consuming a milk fermented with probiotics changes brain activity and tasking response. See how brain activity is linked to our gut microbiome.
Numerous studies have found that probiotic supplementation does more than just help digestion and intestinal issues. Recent research proves that probiotic supplementation reduces incidence and duration of the common cold among schoolchildren.
Research from Montreal’s McGill University School of Medicine has confirmed that probiotics help maintain healthy cholesterol levels, and particular probiotic species can correct poor cholesterol.
European researchers have determined that supplemental probiotics decrease the incidence of a condition called increased intestinal permeability – also loosely termed by some natural health advocates as ‘leaky gut syndrome.’
Finnish scientists have recently found that children who regularly consumed probiotics for six months had significantly fewer respiratory illnesses. Earlier research has determined similar findings among elderly people.
Researchers have determined that children given antibiotics prior to five months of age have a significantly higher risk of becoming obese later in life.
Nuts are nutritious, and our gut bacteria like them too. Turns out nuts and probiotics help our heart.
Research finds that the manganese mineral helps slow the shigella toxin.
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...