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"What happens in those first few years of life will influence a child’s health for many years to come."
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It does more than just improve your gut health.
But probiotics might help!
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Within your feces is a species of bacteria that may one day be able to help prevent inflammatory disorders including colitis, inflammatory bowel disease and possibly even Crohn's disease. It's known as Faecalibacterium prausnitzii and has the potential to become one of the next generation probiotics.
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If you've ever felt confused, frustrated and even overwhelmed at the thought of buying the best probiotic, you're not alone. I'll be honest with you, even I've been perplexed when trying to buy one, s...
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The benefit of probiotic bacteria on the brain could eventually lead to more specialized probiotics designed specifically to help improve learning and memory. While these products may be years away, parents can take advantage of what has already been learned to help their children today.
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For patients receiving stem cell transplants, some simple but important precautions to promote the proliferation and diversity of healthy gut bacteria could be imperative. Recent research links this "...
A new study claims that the regular consumption of probiotics could help accelerate weight loss in women. Published jointly out of food and yogurt giant Nestlé and Université Laval in Quebec, the rese...
We don't usually think of bacteria as a good thing, but when it comes to your stomach, they're essential. In the right places and amounts, strains of beneficial bacteria called probiotics, and the prebiotics that feed them, are valuable to our health -- not to mention our waistlines.