Did you know that probiotics can help prevent the flu? Flu season is in full swing. With the temperature dropping every week, staying healthy doesn’t just mean taking a few extra vitamin C tablets. Your immune system is your best defense against flus and colds. Adding in probiotics can help protect your body against foreign invaders in the environment.
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You may be taking a daily probiotic or have been interested in the idea of taking one for a while. But do you know why probiotics are so important to your body and brain chemistry? A healthy gut leads to a healthy brain, without the right bacteria your body can’t process the vital nutrients from food or supplements. Probiotics help us keep the good bacteria in our bodies and increase our health. In fact, research has shown that taking probiotics can help fight cancer, colds, constipation, and mental health issues. » Read more..
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Everyone experiences some stress in their life and know very little about the ramifications. A little stress is good for you—it’s necessary keep you alert and alive. Unrelenting crisis, chronic stress and the never-ending sagas that keep you up at night and your stomach in knots, damage your brain and body. Stress makes you tired, fatigued and foggy. Your brain doesn’t work like it should and your body is in a chronic state of exhaustion. The effects are nothing short of deadly. Effects of chronic stress are linked to heart disease, depression, cancer and other mental and physical ailments. There are natural ways to reduce stress in your life and the lives of your family. » Read more..
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We know that probiotics are good for our health, but how do they help infants? Researchers found that Lactobacillus reuteri, when given to infants before 6 weeks of age, reduced Colic in infants. » Read more..
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