Additional references to guide your probiotic discovery journey.
This collection of articles and links to professional organizations are provided as a convenient resource page for you to access anytime you need more information to help guide your probiotic journey. Bookmark this page and check back often, as we will add updated information regularly.
Probiotics: What the science says
Researchers are uncovering new and exciting applications for probiotics, from easing the common cold to repopulating microbiomesRead More
Probiotic Bacteria Guide
What’s your health goal? There is a bac for that.
While commercial advertising tends to lump all probiotics together, the reality is that probiotic bacteria come from a number of different species, each boasting different benefits. This guide will help you understand what’s out there, and the different role each species can play in maintaining overall wellness.See Bacteria Guide
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Probiotics are For Life
Keep up with latest tips, trends and recommendations for making probiotics a part of your healthy lifestyle.
Got Tummy Troubles? It May NOT Be Something You Ate!
You know the drill. You eat something that doesn’t agree with you or, worse yet, a food that’s a little “off,” and BAM! The next thing you know, you’re suffering […]
Improve Your Mood with Probiotics
Life these days can be stressful. And all that stress can really take a toll your mood, leaving you feeling anxious, angry, or depressed. With all the burdens of work, […]
The More You Know
If you are a student or a professor or just an avid learner, here are some organizations that are dedicated to advancing our knowledge of probiotics through science and research.
International Probiotic Association
IPA is an international organization with members equally divided between industry and academia and its goal is to provide a unique forum for the exchange of research and the latest breakthroughs in probiotic technology and new product development.
Human Microbiome Project
The overall mission of the HMP is to generate resources to facilitate characterization of the human microbiota to further our understanding of how the microbiome impacts human health and disease.
American Gut Project
American Gut gives you an opportunity to join this research project and to compare the microbes in your gut to those in the guts of thousands of other people in the US and around the world.