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How-to Guide to Keeping Your Bladder Healthy
The good news, is that by taking an active role in your bladder health, you can avoid infections and reduce the risk of developing several medical problems. We will discuss […]
Has Your Gut Sprung a Leak?
Do you suffer frequent gastrointestinal problems like gas, bloating, abdominal cramps, constipation, or diarrhea? Or maybe you’re plagued by more baffling symptoms like unexplained fatigue, rashes, or brain fog. If […]
Women’s Gut Health—What You Need to Know
Let’s face it: women’s lives can be jam-packed with a never-ending “to do” list. And with everything going on in your life, one of the last things you probably think […]
Fix Your Gut to Fix Your Allergies
Whether it’s a pesky tickle in the back of your throat or full-blown congestion that makes your sinuses feel heavy, seasonal allergies are nothing to sneeze at. Commonly known as […]
Five Gut-Healthy Foods to Add to Your Shopping List
What you eat has a huge impact on your intestinal health. In fact, everything you put into your body affects the gut microbiota that protects you from disruptive digestive disorders, […]
Understanding the Microbiome
What it is, why it’s important and how to support it.
When is the Best Time to Take Probiotics?
Probiotics can be a great addition to any self-health routine. Probiotic supplements contain beneficial bacteria that are known for a multitude of health benefits, including promoting regular digestion and a […]
DNA Verification for Probiotics and Why It Matters
What is a DNA-verified probiotic and why is it important? A probiotic that has been DNA-verified means that the bacteria’s identity has been confirmed at the genetic level to ensure […]
Probiotics by the Numbers
An at-a-glance rundown of the role of probiotics – probiotics by the numbers. Learn more about the role of probiotics in the microbiome and in the body!
Understanding the Gut-Brain-Heart Connection
The key to better cardiovascular and mental health might begin in the gut.