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Potential for Synbiotics in Space Travel

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Source: International Probiotics Association Rocketing to outer space may be one escape from earthly pandemics. But as any astronaut can attest, entering microgravity poses its own unique health challenges. For […]

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Probiotics and Obesity: An Update

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Source: International Probiotics Association The numbers are staggering: 650 million people on the planet are obese, nearly triple the number in 1975, reports the World Health Organization. Moreover the Food and Agricultural […]

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Yogurt and the Gut Barrier: A New Link?

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Source: International Probiotics Association Yogurt, a fermented dairy product, supplies ample protein, calcium, vitamins and live microbes. A recent IPA blog described yogurt as a nutritional powerhouse  with an extra benefit for those with […]

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A Case for Probiotics in Gas-Related Symptoms

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Source: International Probiotics Association Eat more fiber, dietitians advise. To be sure, health-conscious, disease-fearing humans love their beans, fruits, vegetables and whole grains — until the dreaded intestinal gas shows […]

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Probiotics May Improve Blood Lipid Profile

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Source: International Probiotics Association An abnormal blood lipid profile is one crucial target in the risk-reduction, prevention and treatment of cardiovascular disease, the number one cause of death worldwide. Hypercholesterolemia, hypertriglyceridemia, increased low-density […]

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Immune Impacts of Probiotics, Prebiotics and Synbiotics

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Source: International Probiotics Association With health presently top of mind, many questions surround what we can do to keep healthy and support the immune system. Maintaining a healthy immune system […]

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Marathon Runners and Probiotics

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Source: Whole Foods Magazine Like most exercise, running is good for your microbes. However, a 26.2 mile marathon can be a pretty extreme challenge, and can lead to an imbalance […]

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Probiotics and Diet Fight Dysbiosis in Obesity

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Source: International Probiotics Association As a new year begins, resolutions to lose the added weight from holiday feasting are very popular.  New avenues of accomplishing those goals are growing. Obesity and […]

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The Value of Probiotics In Cold and Flu Season

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Source: International Probiotics Association Probiotics become more popular once the cold and flu season starts. But is that attention warranted? Increasingly, the evidence is affirmative, according to the International Probiotics […]

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“Gluten-free” May Cost Your Microbes

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International Probiotics Association How did gluten become such a pariah? With its presence blamed for common gut problems, gluten has been swept from parts of the marketplace. However, for better […]

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Scientists Discover Mix of Foods That Boosts Gut Health in Malnourished Children

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When children suffer from severe malnourishment, they don’t just lose weight. The condition wreaks havoc on biological systems throughout the body — including the microbiome, the healthy bacteria and other […]

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Modern Microbes Under Siege

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International Probiotics.org Once upon a time, our human ancestors ate mostly plants. Microbes evolved in tandem, metabolizing fibers and forging a genome to coexist nicely with byproducts such as short-chain […]

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