Posts Tagged ‘probiotics’
From antibacterial soap to antibiotic medications, we’re used to doing everything we can to rid ourselves of germs. But what if I told you that some bugs are healthy? In fact, they’re so beneficial that people willingly take them in supplement form? And these so-called friendly bacteria not only won’t make you sick, they can improve symptoms of diarrhea, irritable bowel syndrome, and other digestive woes. This is one supplement where the research is solid – and suggests that filling your belly with bacteria could be a very good thing.
Continue reading A Powerful Germ That’s GOOD for Your Health
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Tags: acidohpolus, digestive health, IBS, nutrition, probiotics, supplements, women’s health
New research adds to growing evidence that regular consumption of probiotics has numerous health benefits beyond that of improving digestive health. New evidence shows that daily intake of two doses of a new formulation of probiotics called Lactobacillus reuteri NCIMB 30242 can improve blood cholesterol levels, thus potentially reducing one’s risk for heart disease. Probiotics are “good” bacteria found naturally in the intestines and other parts of the body. They help maintain good body functions and a lack of these live microorganisms can induce overgrowth of harmful bacteria that can cause disease. Probiotics are also found in foods like yogurt […]
Continue reading New Probiotic Lowers Cholesterol Levels
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Tags: health benefits of probiotics, probiotics
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