What is a microbiome and why do probiotics and digestive enzymes assist in keeping this army of essential microorganisms happy and functional?
Posts Tagged ‘probiotics’
Cruise around your local Farmers Market as a fun way to start adding more fruit and Superfoods into your diet. If you haven’t noticed, the Farmers Market scene is really popping right now. Just in Orange County alone, I found 33 Certified Farmers Markets! There is at least one every day of the week except for Monday as [...]
Learn all about the different types of digestive enzymes produced by your body as well as enzymes found in dietary supplements.
In previous posts and all over the news, probiotics have been praised for their help with digestion, regularity and maintaining a solid immune system. Recently, some more articles have appeared that show probiotics can also help with milk allergies and their symptoms.
PRE Drinks are called “Probiotic Enhancers” because they contain a proprietary prebiotic blend along with Inulin, FOS (FructoOligoSaccharides) and organic juices to help keep your digestive tract healthy. Unlike other nutritional drinks, PRE promotes healthy levels of good bacteria, which in turn helps reduce the bad bacteria in your digestive system.
Probiotics have become widely popular to minimize digestive issues, but today people are turning to these “good” bacteria to help clear their complexions as well. Our skin is a reflection of our inner health, so it makes sense that the more toxins we can eliminate, the better our skin will look. Studies are showing that acne and other skin conditions [...]
Probiotic supplements help to restore a healthy population of beneficial bacteria in your intestines. These Probiotics are most commonly used for digestive disorders, less often (but very effectively) for immune system support. They’re among the safest supplements you can use since they never enter the bloodstream and are essentially non-toxic. Recent research suggests that probiotics can lower cholesterol, too.
Sure, protein shakes are a great way to get extra protein in your diet, but if that’s all you use your protein shake for – just protein – then you’re missing out.
Long before it’s talked about on the evening news or Oprah, the most interesting nutritional news and research first appears in peer-reviewed scientific journals; the ones nobody reads but doctors, scientists or grad students. So once a month, AllStarHealth summarizes some of the most promising new findings in our Nutrition News Roundup.
There are already plenty of benefits ascribed to probiotic supplements, but helping you sleep isn’t usually one of them. That’s what’s so surprising about what researchers at Osaka University, Japan, recently discovered about one type of probiotic organism.