Thursday, February 25, 2021

Gut Health

Everyone knows good gut health is important for feeling healthy. After all, it’s nearly impossible to feel good and healthy if you’re dealing with miserable digestive issues. (Gas? Bloating? Trips to the bathroom every 10 minutes? No thanks!) But did you know that your digestive health is really important for actually keeping you physically healthy? Research now clearly shows that your digestive health plays key roles in keeping your entire body running smoothly.  From immune function to mood regulation, a wealth of new studies have revealed amazing links between gut function and the health of every organ system in your body! Browse our gut health articles to learn more about how these processes work and how lifestyle changes and probiotics can improve your gastrointestinal health.  

4 Signs Your Probiotic Supplements Are Working

4 Signs Your Probiotic Supplements Are Working
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Did you know that there are some key signs your probiotic supplements are working? Here, Hunter, our resident exercise physiologist breaks them down! Last Updated: September 13, 2019 You might have picked up some probiotics to help treat your IBS or even just to improve your general health. But let me guess?  After taking them for...

Do Probiotics Really Work? Let’s Find Out.

Do Probiotics Really Work
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Do probiotics really work for improving your health and treating certain illnesses? You've probably heard of probiotics by now because they've become really popular in recent years.  In case you're wondering whether they're overrated, we've done our own research so you don't have to. What Are Probiotics? Just like their name suggests, probiotics are live bacteria that...

3 Signs Your Probiotics Are Not Working and What to Do About It

signs your probiotics are not working
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Last Updated: May 31, 2019 Probiotics are one of the most useful supplements on the planet - but what are the signs your probiotics are not working?  And what can you do about it? There are really three key signs that should give you a pretty clear indication that your probiotics aren't working.  Table Of ContentsWhat Are...

4 Ways You’d Never Guess Probiotics Can Be Good For Your Brain

Probiotics Can Be Good For Your Brain
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Last Updated: September 3, 2019 It is well established that probiotics are beneficial for gut health, but did you know that probiotics can be good for your brain, too?   We tend to think about different organ systems as completely separate from one another.  We think the digestive system is separate from the cardiovascular system. And...

Revealing the Truth About How Probiotics Boost Immunity

Probiotics Boost Immunity
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By now you may have heard a-trillion-and-one things about probiotics, but have you heard about how probiotics boost immunity? It’s true!  Probiotics benefits abound.  These friendly little bugs can beef up your immune system and help protect you against a number of different immune-mediated diseases, including asthma and allergies - conditions in which your...

Probiotics Protect Bone Health? The Real Truth Based on Science

Probiotics Protect Bone Health
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So, you know probiotics are good for your gut and can help strengthen your immunity, but have you ever wondered whether probiotics protect bone health, too?   Increasing amounts of evidence are emerging to suggest that probiotics could be a legitimate treatment for osteoporosis. If you’ve never thought of this before, it might be difficult to...

Can Probiotics Help Prevent Cancer? Find Out the Answer Here.

Can Probiotics Help Prevent Cancer
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Have you ever wondered whether probiotics help prevent cancer?  It turns out, there are actually many different ways that probiotics have the potential to do so.  Here, we’ll take a simple look at some of the most important ones. What are the 5 Most Common Types of Cancer? The last time epidemiologists collected and analyzed global...

Benefits of Probiotics for Women Nobody Told You About

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The use of probiotics for women, especially women's reproductive health is a fascinating topic.   Did you know that a woman’s entire reproductive system is alive with microorganisms?  It was once thought that this ecosystem was limited to the vagina, leaving the upper areas sterile.  But a recent study found bacteria inside the fallopian tubes...

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