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Follow your gut to digestive health
April 30, 2019 04:02 PM
"Microbiome" is the term that refers to the good and bad bacteria that resides within your digestive system. When that bacteria is in healthy balance, you have optimal equilibrium in your gut. Prebiotics and probiotics can contribute to this balance, enhancing your overall digestive health. You can get prebiotics and probiotics from both supplements and food. By making an effort to maintain a healthy microbiome, you will reap the benefits of overall immune support, heart health, an improved mood, and regularity in your bowel movements.
"While all fiber is important to feeling your best every day, only certain fibers are what we call prebiotics."
Read more: https://www.austindailyherald.com/2019/03/follow-your-gut-to-digestive-health/
Probiotics shown to protect against liver damage, study reveals
April 30, 2019 02:17 PM
Fatty Liver Disease is becoming a real issue and may impact up to 1/4th of the United States population. Thankfully there appear to be means of combating this disease. Probiotics have already contributed in reducing acetaminophen-caused liver disease particularly with lowering of the oxidative stress. Positive gut health and bacteria is also important in maintaining a healthy immune system and can contribute to further protecting the body against Fatty Liver Disease. Eating the right foods, including fermented varieties, helps promote good gut health.
"The team found that the supplemented mice experienced significantly less liver damage than the control group."
Read more: https://www.naturalhealth365.com/probiotics-nutrition-news-2623.html
Protect yourself properly this cold season with oregano oil, plus 6other natural remedies
April 26, 2019 03:18 PM
CDC statistics indicate that most adults will get hit by the common cold at least a few times a year, but the antimicrobial properties of oregano oil may be able to help reduce your symptoms. A 2011 study, for example, found that an oregano oil throat spray could help control many cold symptoms. When combined with an overall healthy lifestyle, oregano oil can give your immune system an important boost. Ginger, probiotics, drinking herbal tea with honey and staying hydrated can also help.
"Be sure to look for a high quality oregano oil supplement (such as wild P73 oregano oil, which stands for “polyphenol 73%” and indicates a medicinal grade quality). To use, mix 3 to 10 drops of oregano oil in a tablespoon of water, swish it around your mouth for 30 seconds, then swallow."
Read more: https://www.naturalhealth365.com/cold-natural-remedy-2811.html
Probiotics Benefit More Than Just Digestion
April 21, 2019 09:09 AM
Everyone has heard that probiotics can help us stay regular, but they can do a lot more than that. Taking probiotics can help to boost your immune system. Pro-biotics can lower blood pressure and cholesterol level. They can help you stay hydrated and fight inflammation, both of which can improve the condition of your skin. It has become apparent also that the mind and the gut are interconnected. Therefore, taking probiotics for a healthy gut will support greater mental health.
"A healthy gut means stronger immunity, and when you feed your gut probiotics, it can go a long way in boosting your immune system. We can all use an extra immune boost this time of year."
Read more: https://www.belmarrahealth.com/probiotics-benefit-more-than-just-digestion/
6 reasons to care about your gut flora
April 11, 2019 08:12 AM
Gut flora is made up of the bacteria that resides in our intestines and stomach. While we are born with some of this, the rest can be affected through our diets. Having good bacteria helps eliminate what is not good and there are several examples. First, there is a link between good bacteria in the gut flora and our overall mental health. There is a lot of bacteria already identified, with some of the benefits not known yet and a deepening understanding is important. Bad bacteria can cause a number of diseases, but being healthy and eating appropriately can decrease the need things like probiotics, which people may needlessly use while on antibiotics. Finally, prebiotics found in foods that promote good gut flora can lead to a decrease in blood pressure.
"With probiotics, fermented foods and kombucha all trending in recent years, we wanted to find out what all the fuss was about when it comes to our gut health."
Read more: https://www.dw.com/en/6-reasons-to-care-about-your-gut-flora/a-47429707
Do Probiotics Help With UTIs For Women?
February 25, 2019 08:14 AM
Probiotics has been a recurring buzzword in healthcare the past few years. In her new article, Danielle Granger focuses on utilizing probiotics to help aid in the healing of urinary tract infections. She outlines the symptoms of UTIs, a description of what probiotics are, how they could potentially help with treating UTIs and possible ways in which to ingest them. As with all supplements and health advice, please ensure to consult a doctor when changing your routine as this article does not provide any recent scientific studies.
"There have been many studies into ways to help women who experience recurrent UTIs, but one area which has been focused upon is whether probiotics could actually help with UTIs in women especially."
Read more: https://thefrisky.com/do-probiotics-help-with-utis-for-women/
Probiotics reduce the need for antibiotics, new review concludes
February 12, 2019 10:20 AM
Probiotics help boost or maintain good gut flora and bacteria. A collaboration of 12 studies around the world have found that infants and small kids may benefit more from probiotics than first thought, when treatment for certain illnesses has been traditionally antibiotics. Antibiotics kill off the good and bad bacteria in ones system, and because of their limited diet, ( foods they can or will eat) replenishing that vital flora can be difficult, resulting in prolongation of condition or a greater risk of a secondary infection due to lowered immune response.
"However, data from a review has determined that probiotics can also be used to reduce the need for antibiotics among infants and children."
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2019-01-04-probiotics-reduce-the-need-for-antibiotics.html
Why you need both probiotics and prebiotics
January 05, 2019 10:12 AM
The importance of prebiotics is to help feed the probiotics that are already present in our systems. Since probiotics have the ability to provide us with numerous health benefits, ensuring that they are well-nourished is critical in their ability to thrive. Probiotics do not just have a plethora of physical benefits that they provide, but they also have some mental health advantages as well. Researchers have found that routine consumption of probiotics can lead to a reduction in anxiety, depression, OCD, and even memory loss.
"Probiotics are beneficial bacteria that live in our digestive tracts. Prebiotics are the food that these friendly bacteria eat. When taken together, they can work in tandem to provide a number of useful health benefits."
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-12-20-why-you-need-both-probiotics-and-prebiotics.html
Why prebiotics are absolutely essential to gut health
January 03, 2019 08:50 AM
We are always told about how important probiotics are for our gastrointestinal health, but what about prebiotics? Prebiotics are shown to improve digestion because they can naturally restore the presence of probiotics that fight off any harmful bacteria. Harmful gut bacteria can lead to issues such as bloating, gas, and acid reflux. It can also lead to issues such as brain fog and having poor levels of vitamins in your system that lead to related deficiencies.
"People also have to complement their diet with foods containing the lesser known prebiotics for probiotics to work their magic."
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-12-14-why-prebiotics-are-absolutely-essential-to-gut-health.html
Probiotics for your anxious mind? Study shows a certain strain ofbacteria could significantly reduce anxiety
December 17, 2018 01:10 PM
Life is hard, stress is everywhere, but what happens when it goes from stress to anxiety? Millions of people suffer from anxiety, it is the most prevalent mental illness out there. However, gut flora might be the answer. digestion issues effect everything from nutrition absorption to hormone balance. While modern medicine is quick to prescribe medication , which is littered with side effects, probiotics offers a way to naturally help relieve symptoms and aids in the prevention of other diseases, such as Alzheimer.
"Fortunately, there are natural alternatives that have proven very effective in the treatment of anxiety"
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-12-12-probiotics-for-your-anxious-mind-reduces-anxiety.html
Agave and gut health: Research finds freeze dried stems are aneffective prebiotic
December 13, 2018 03:33 PM
Scientists are constantly looking at new ways in which they can measure people's health. It is not easy to be someone who never has a health issue in their life. However, making sure that your gut and agave is healthy should be a priority in many people's minds. Doctors are finding new things that are helpful for treating people with issues related to these two things. Freeze dried stems are actually an effective prebiotic for these things.
"The agave plant (Agave salmiana) has potential prebiotic benefits, according to a study published in the journal LWT – Food Science and Technology. The Mexican plant is found to contain fructooligosaccharides, a prebiotic sugar that can be food for the beneficial bacteria in our gut called probiotics, which in turn provide us with a plethora of health benefits."
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-11-21-freeze-dried-agave-stems-are-an-effective-prebiotic.html
One more reason to supplement: Probiotics reduce cadmium toxicity
November 26, 2018 02:52 PM
A new study published in the Journal of Medicinal Food claims that probiotic supplements can aid with the reduction of cadmium toxicity. Researchers found that probiotics actually help eradicate a body's cadmium by fastening to their bacterial cell wall and then remove them via feces. If a person is looking to lower their exposure to cadmium then they might want to stop smoking and if they don't smoke then also avoid inhaling another person's cigarette smoke as well.
"Lower cadmium levels can also be found in vegetables, cereals, and starchy roots. It has toxic effects on the kidneys, the skeletal system, and the respiratory system. It is also classified as a human carcinogen."
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-11-22-one-more-reason-to-supplement-probiotics-reduce-cadmium-toxicity.html
Here's Why Probiotics For Women Are So Important
October 10, 2018 03:27 PM
Probiotics are extremely important for health, especially the health of women. They promote gut health by increasing the bacteria in your digestive tract. Chronic stress can hurt your microbiota, so probiotics are a way to combat this problem. Probiotic supplements may also help with mental health issues including depression and anxiety. They can also help with urogenital infections including UTIs and yeast infections. If you are considering probiotic supplements, it is recommended to eat a diet including things such as kimchi or kefir instead of taking pills.
"And for women in particular, keeping this balance of bacteria happy is also important in vaginal health, managing digestion issues that tend to affect women more often than men, and more."
Read more: https://www.mindbodygreen.com/articles/probiotics-for-women?mbg_p=home&mbg_ref=featured
Bifidobacterium Lactis: The Bacterium That Could Help You LoseWeight & Fight Inflammation
October 10, 2018 03:26 PM
The probiotic Bifidobacterium lactis, or B. lactis, is a powerhouse for gut health. Why is this strain of bacteria so important? One study published in 2015 showed that B. lactis could improve unpleasant and painful symptoms associated with poor gut motility, dysbiosis, and GI hypersensitivity. B. lactis is definitely one of the “good guys” of the gut bacteria world because it contributes to a healthy and balanced microbiome, which positively affects balanced blood sugar and optimal weight maintenance.
"A particular strain of B. lactis, known as HN019, has been shown to have a significant impact on those with metabolic syndrome. This probiotic had beneficial effects on inflammation, nitric oxide metabolites, and antioxidant measurements, and the authors of the study stated that if their results are confirmed, supplementation with this probiotic should be considered further."
Read more: https://www.mindbodygreen.com/articles/bifidobacterium-lactis-weight-loss-inflammation
One more reason to take probiotics: They protect against liverdamage
September 27, 2018 08:52 AM
For those people who drink a ton of alcohol, you are doing a lot of damage to your liver! People do not realize the huge importance that your liver has for your body. Basically, your liver is the filter for all things that go in and out of your body. Therefore, it needs to work really well. As a result, if you are a bit worried, then you should definitely take probiotics as a way to protect yourself.
"Probiotics are known for supporting a healthy gastrointestinal tract and promoting good digestion, but new research has shown that these friendly microbes can benefit more than just your gut."
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-09-10-one-more-reason-probiotics-they-protect-against-liver-damage.html
How to keep your microbiome happy
August 28, 2018 05:53 PM
Your microbiome is an ecosystem of trillions of bacteria, yeast and other microbes inhabiting your digestive tract. Probiotic foods such as kimchi, miso soup and yogurt, along with probiotic supplements, can help keep up a robust microbiome. They are especially beneficial after a course of antibiotics. Foods like sauerkraut, full fat yogurt, and kombucha, a form of fermented tea, also support a healthy microbiome. Green tea and meditation, meanwhile, can help make your gut more hospitable to beneficial microbes.
"Keeping your microbes in balance is the key to good health and has been shown to affect weight, well being and fat storage."
Read more: https://www.hippocraticpost.com/ageing/how-to-keep-your-microbiome-happy/
Probiotics REMOVE heavy metals from your body
July 08, 2018 09:54 AM
The presence of heavy metals within your body can lead to some pretty damaging effects such as increasing your ALT and AST levels which are indicators of your liver function. Fortunately, probiotics such as synbiotic can help regulate your system in order to promote more balance and less heavy metals within your system. Getting probiotics through a synbiotic diet is a great way to remove the presence of metals within you due to how easy it is to consume within a daily diet.
"The beneficial effects of probiotic bacteria are boosted by the addition of prebiotics that promotes their growth."
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-07-06-probiotics-remove-heavy-metals-from-your-body.html
Gut microbes can fight parasites: Probiotics may reduce infections, and severity of infections, in developing countries
June 08, 2018 09:16 AM
Parasites are a more common problem in some parts of the world, where soil quality is particularly conducive to their survival and growth. Unfortunately, for individuals that get infected with these parasites, it's becoming harder to get rid of them, as successive strains become more resistant to drugs.
Fortunately, new research is discovering that keeping parasites at bay and destroying those already present may have more to do with the environment of the gut. Individuals from villages in Indonesia and Liberia were the data pool used to find guts harboring parasites as well as those free of them. It was found that some bacteria were actually assistive of the parasites, while others made it hard on them. Since inflammation is the way that the gut generally fights off parasitic invasion, those bacteria that are anti-inflammatory are not useful in ridding the body, although those that aid in producing an inhospitable environment are. It may be that a eating a great deal more fermented foods could be a key, as such foods encourage the production of friendly and useful bacteria.
"Your ability to fight off parasitic worms may be aided by your gut microbiota."
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-06-05-gut-microbes-can-fight-parasites-probiotics-may-reduce-infections-and-severity-of-infections-in-developing-countries.html
Microbiome, Herbal Medicine, and Probiotics Combine to Extend Lifespan
June 02, 2018 05:16 PM
Scientists at McGill University were able to significantly increase the life expectancy of Drosophila fruit flies by using probiotics and the prebiotic Triphala mixture, an element of traditional Indian medicine. The experiment was based on the theory of the gut-brain axis, a two way superhighway of communication between the neurons and the digestive tract that helps the body respond to its environment and handle stress. Changes associated with the aging process, such as depletion of beneficial gut flora in the gastric microbiome, can interfere with the body’s ability to handle stress, inflammation and damage effectively. It is thought that the pro- and pre- biotics mixture helped mitigate these changes to the gastric microbiome.
"The researchers, headed by Satya Prakash, Ph.D., a professor of biomedical engineering in McGill’s Faculty of Medicine, hope that the combination of probiotics and the prebiotic Triphala formulation could help to prevent or treat human disorders ranging from diabetes and obesity, to neurodegeneration, chronic inflammation, depression, irritable bowel syndrome, and perhaps even cancer."
Read more: https://www.genengnews.com/gen-news-highlights/microbiome-herbal-medicine-and-probiotics-combine-to-extend-lifespan/81255870
Probiotics are the guts' best friends
May 31, 2018 09:16 AM
Probiotics are important not only for digestive health, but also a person's overall health as well. Benefits of probiotics include relief from symptoms of gastrointestinal problems, but can also extend to other parts of the body, such as helping the body better ingest vitamins and minerals. Maintaining a healthy diet can help make sure the body maintains the necessary probiotics; however, some foods are better for consuming probiotics than others. Foods such as yogurt and miso are some of the best sources of probiotics. As part of a healthy lifestyle, reduce stress, eat healthy, and use antibiotics only when necessary to keep the gut a healthy home for probiotics.
"Research has shown that either single-strain or multi-strain probiotic or prebiotic supplements can reduce palpitations, constipation, irritable bowel syndrome, lactose intolerance and discomfort."
Read more: http://www.ejinsight.com/20180525-probiotics-are-the-guts-best-friends/
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March 21, 2018 01:39 PM
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How to care for your gut bacteria when you're taking antibiotics
February 07, 2018 07:59 AM
Gut bacteria are highly necessary for our well being, but what do you do when you take antibiotics to fight other bacteria? One major tip is only take them for as long as you need. This will allow you to still have a gut biota that is health, but maybe a bit knocked down thanks to this antibiotic. Take extra probiotics to seed your guy with good bacteria and maybe even take extra time to heal up and give them time to grow back and make you healthy again.
"The best way to restore your gut to its pre-antibiotic glory is by eating lots of fibre-rich foods to fuel good bacteria growth."
Read more: https://coach.nine.com.au/2018/01/31/12/29/antibiotics-gut-bacteria-microbiome
Kombucha Tea: Is It Really The Elixir of Life?
January 29, 2018 10:59 AM
According to the "natural cures" channel on YouTube, kombucha tea has several therapeutic properties. This probiotic drink is the product of fermentation. It is referred to as the "immortal health elixir" by the Chinese. The drink originated in the East about 2,00 years ago. The gastrointestinal tract seems to respond favorably to this drink. The fermentation and consequent Probiotics promote digestive health. "Healthy" bacteria maintain the homestatic balance within the colon. This effect also has a positive impact on the immune system.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7KbuPoh9-4&rel=0
I Used These 4 Tricks To Cure Candida In A Week
January 19, 2018 03:59 PM
Our body does not survive on its own but rather through the assistance of numerous micro organisms. In our gut system for instance, bacteria and yeasts thrive in billions. However, these can turn into harmful creatures if their numbers are not checked. A good example is 'Candida Albicans' species of yeast. If the immune system weakens, it can multiply to hazardous quantities. The body becomes sick. First symptom is strong sugar craving. Then there is chronic mental fog, joint swelling and mood swings. To cure this condition, avoid sugar and antibiotics. include in your diet probiotics, apple cider and lemon juice.
"When a person’s immune system is weakened — whether through diet, stress, antibiotics or all of the above — candida can no longer be held in check and begins to expand outwar"
Read more: https://www.thealternativedaily.com/all-natural-tricks-to-cure-a-candida-overgrowth/
Did you have a C-section or take antibiotics while pregnant? Give babies probiotics to avoid diseases like asthma, diabetes
December 27, 2017 03:59 PM
Probiotics have many benefits when given to newborns, especially those delivered by c-section. These probiotics when added to either brestmilk or formula help aid in digestion and replace many healthy bacteria that were not acquired due to the c-section. These probiotics helped relieve the onset of several ailments, making early life for the infant much easier and enables him to grow strong and have a better quality of life. Several studies were conducted to confirm this and it will be utilized more often I the future.
"The study is extremely important in that it shows how important a healthy gut microbiome is. The work had major implications for reduced infection rates and atopic issues like eczema and asthma."
Read more: https://www.naturalnews.com/2017-12-22-c-section-or-antibiotics-while-pregnant-give-babies-probiotics.html
Lactic acid bacteria can protect against Influenza A virus, study finds
December 19, 2017 07:59 AM
Researchers have shown that lactic acid bacteria (LAB) may provide broad protection against influenza viruses. LAB are best known for their human gut floral maintenance, fermentative activity, and preservative capacity. LAB are widely used in food industry, such as in the preparation of fermented dairy products, pickling of vegetables, and baking. LAB have many health benefits, such as alleviation of diarrhea, stimulation of immune system, inhibition of infections, and prevention of certain diseases. So, LAB have been classified as probiotics. Previous studies have suggested that many LAB strains protect mice against influenza virus. The aim of the new study is to further explore the antiviral effect of LAB.
"Our study provides evidence that heat-killed lactic acid bacteria could potentially be administered via a nasal spray as a prophylactic drug against non-specific influenza virus infections."
Read more: https://eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2017-12/gsu-lab121317.php
Quinn on Nutrition: Understanding our body's microbiota
November 20, 2017 07:59 AM
Microbiota is the medical term used to describe the countless bacteria, viruses and fungi swimming around on our bodies. There are good guys named Probiotics in this microscopic world. They are our hero in this story. There is a never ending battle going on right now inside of our bodies. We are continually under attack from bad bacteria and viruses. If the bad guys outnumber our hero, then we get sick. It is of vital importance that we send in reinforcements to ensure our hero has the force it needs to protect us. That means we have to eat foods high in probiotics or take a daily probiotic supplement. Our hero also needs to eat. Probiotics thrive on dietary fiber that is found in whole grains, fruits, vegetables and other healthy foods. Following a healthy diverse diet keeps our probiotic hero happy. Thus keeping us healthy.
"Eat moderate amounts of a variety of foods, especially plant foods high in fiber. Exercise. And manage stress. That's the formula for health."
Read more: http://www.montereyherald.com/article/NF/20171107/FEATURES/171109890
Why You Should Include Probiotic In Your Diet?
November 10, 2017 03:59 PM
Probiotics are bacteria that are found in the human digestive system and are also the bacteria responsible for fermenting foods into other edible treats like yogurt. A healthy gut is one in which the natural bacteria of the intestines are flourishing. These bacteria help with digestion, colon cleansing and their byproducts provide vitamins for you. Eating fermented foods is a way to supplement your gut bacteria and include kefir, fermented vegetables, pickles and other fermented foods.
"Lots of stress of probiotics normally exists in a healthy and balanced, diverse diet abundant in fermented foods and beverages, pickled foods, and also cultured dairy items."
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A Pediatrician Answers 5 Questions About Probiotics/Prebiotics
November 05, 2017 07:59 AM
Probiotics and prebiotics are both good bacteria your child's body may need more of. These do not make you sick the way some bacteria will. They occur naturally in your body already but this can be thrown off by many things such as a poor diet. This gives info straight from pediatricians so you'll know if you need to give more of these to your child in the form of supplements or in their food.
"As we learn more about the normal bacteria that live in our intestines and how variation of the amount and type might contribute to disease, I’m hopeful that we’ll continue to see conditions for which probiotics are safe and effective."
Read more: http://www.checkupnewsroom.com/a-pediatrician-answers-5-questions-about-probioticsprebiotics/
Do Prebiotic and Probiotic Supplements Decrease Systemic Inflammation?
October 10, 2017 10:14 AM
Prebiotics and probiotics are good bacteria. They help your body handle many processes. They may help with systemic inflammation as well. Since this can cause pain and can make things hard on you it helps to know what may help. If you want to try this you need only find the foods which contain this bacteria. Yogurt it one example of such foods. That is easily obtained. It is sold at practically every grocery store.
"The studies indicate that this association between fiber intake and anti-inflammatory response may be due to the presence of short-chain fatty acids (SCFAs), which are active byproducts of the fermentation of soluble dietary fiber and resistant starch by bacteria in the colon"
Read more: https://www.medicalnewsbulletin.com/prebiotic-probiotic-systemic-inflammation/
It Helps to Improve Digestion Naturally at Home
October 08, 2017 12:14 PM
Digestion is important because it is how your body gets nutriendts. There can be a lot going wrong, though. You may notice gas or pain. This talks about improving digestion at home instead of taking medications for it. Doing things the natural way if you can is always best because you don't have to worry about harmful chemicals getting into your system. You can use Probiotics to do this. They make yogurt which helps a great deal. There are teas and other things you can use as well.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ElkBct57RjA&rel=0
"Lemon is one of the most effective fruits for cleansing the liver."
5 Reasons Your Leaky Gut Isn't Healing—and How to Overcome Them
October 07, 2017 10:14 AM
Your leaky gut may not be healing. This is bad news. You won't feel better until it heals. There can be other health problems caused by it as well. This gives five reasons for the lack of healing so you know what to watch for. This will help you so you can make sure things change. If you know what's wrong you can enact changes to make it better. You can't do this if you're clueless.
"While you’ve probably heard of “leaky gut,” few people realize that it a serious medical condition that occurs when the gut lining becomes permeable, causing the normally tiny gateway openings between the intestines and bloodstream to enlarge."
Read more: http://observer.com/2017/09/reasons-your-leaky-gut-isnt-healing-and-how-to-overcome-them/
Reasons why Women need probiotics more than men
October 06, 2017 01:14 PM
Probiotics are good bacteria. They can be found in yogurt and many other foods. They aid digestion and have other benefits. This talks about what they do for women. Men need probiotics too but not as much. Women can benefit a great deal from them so should try to incorporate them into their diet. Wome can't take their health seriously enough. There are many problems which can arise if they don't pay attention to what's going on.
"If you have a low probiotic count, you may consider taking probiotic supplements too which are available in the form of pills, liquids or nutritional supplementary powders."
Read more: https://reportshealthcare.com/reasons-women-need-probiotics-men/
Could a probiotic be the answer to postnatal depression?
October 04, 2017 01:14 PM
A probiotics could be the answer to postnatal depression. A trial has found lower rates of postnatal anxiety and depression with something called lactobacillus. Probiotics in pregnancy can be very useful for preventing postnatal depression and anxiety. A study that was done in New Zealand has suggested this. The findings have come from a randomized and controlled trial of daily supplements that were given to 423 women in Wellington as well as Auckland. The study was very precise.
"When assessed at six and 12 months after birth, mothers in the probiotic treatment group reported significantly lower depression scores"
Read more: https://www.6minutes.com.au/news/could-probiotic-be-answer-postnatal-depression
Breakthrough science study confirms that probiotics can improve depression symptoms
October 02, 2017 11:14 AM
Depression is a real problem. It is not just being sad. It is medical. It can make life very hard. There is a new scientific study which shows that probiotics can help. These can be found in yogurt and other foods. It is important to get these into your diet because they help with depression but do other things for you as well. They aid digestion for example. Probiotics are a good form of bacteria.
Read more: Breakthrough science study confirms that probiotics can improve depression symptoms
New hope for leaky gut sufferers: Spore-based probiotics found to improve gastrointestinal health
September 26, 2017 09:14 AM
There is new hope for people that suffer from a leaky gut. Probiotics that are spore based have been found to improve gastrointestinal health. They are the answer to leaky gut syndrome. The researchers came to this conclusion thanks to study they did. Leaky gut syndrome can lead to things like fatigue and inflammatory skin diseases as well as food sensitivities. It is very important for people that are suffering from this to get help right away.
"According to the results of the experiment, the probiotic brought about a 42 percent decrease in endotoxin levels, a 24 percent decrease in triglyceride levels, while endotoxin levels rose by 36 percent in the placebo group and triglycerides fell by five percent."
Read more: http://www.naturalnews.com/2017-09-17-new-hope-for-leaky-gut-sufferers-spore-based-probiotics-found-to-improve-gastrointestinal-health.html
Probiotics may help to prevent and treat colon cancer
September 24, 2017 12:14 PM
Colon cancer is like other cancers because if you catch it early eough you can treat it in many cases. Probiotics are a great thing to add to your diet because they could help. These can be found in yogurts and other foods. They are healthy bacteria. They aid digestion as well so cancer treatment is not the only reason to eat them. You can also get probiotic supplements instead of eating the foods which contain them.
"The researchers found that L. reuteri stimulated the production of HDC and raised the levels of histamine in the colon."
Read more: http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/319401.php
Coconut Oil For Constipation? 8 Natural Laxatives To Get You Going #2
September 16, 2017 12:14 PM
All of us are backed up from time to time, while others suffer from chronic constipation. The good news is that there are many ways to alleviate this common problem without the use of drugs. For prevention and management of constipation, a plant-based, whole foods diet minus any processed foods is best. When diet isn’t enough, there are many natural laxatives available, including coconut oil, plums, prune juice, flax seeds, and berries. Consuming probiotics is also beneficial because they improve your microbome, which supports better digestion.
"Coconut oil is a natural, nutrient-rich fat, and getting more into your diet can help to ease chronic constipation over time."
Read more: http://www.thealternativedaily.com/natural-laxatives-to-ease-constipation
Now that's good bacteria
September 07, 2017 09:14 AM
All bacteria that reside in your body is not harmful. "Good" bacteria are found mostly in your gut. This good bacteria is called probiotics, and it helps keep your gut healthy. Besides keeping your gut healthy, probiotics have been found to help with allergies, oral health, and boost your overall immune system. A balance between good (probiotics) and bad bacteria in your gut must be maintained. In order to do this, one must consume prebiotics and probiotics every day. Foods that should be eaten daily are fermented foods and high-fibre foods. In addition to making sure there is good bacteria in your gut, one must get enough sleep and exercise daily. This will keep your gut microbiome on course.
"Keeping a proper balance between the good and bad bacteria of your gut microbiome is important, and the way to achieve it is by ensuring that your ratio of beneficial-to-bad bacteria in your gut is kept in equilibrium."
Read more: http://www.star2.com/health/nutrition/2017/09/05/now-thats-good-bacteria/
The new science on anxiety and gut health
September 01, 2017 09:14 AM
Probiotics may be a new treatment for mental health disorders. A new study creates a connection between good digestive health and good mental health. Lab mice showed that a lack of probiotics increased anxiety, but that anxiety decreased as the bacteria was reintroduced. The study claims there is a link to the brain and the digestive tract that creates a link between the the two, leading one to compliment the other, benefitting health, and positive mental health.
"Probiotics are arguably the new Prozac already — and now there’s a concrete case for combating anxiety with good bacteria, too."
Read more: https://www.wellandgood.com/good-advice/anxiety-gut-health-microbiome-new-study/
How one bacteria might help prevent sepsis infections in infants globally
August 29, 2017 09:14 AM
Beneficial bacteria has been found in some fermented vegetables, such as Kimchi and a few other food products, which can help counter Sepsis. This would help globally save lives of babies in areas that have higher risk. A study took place and results produced incredible numbers that significantly reduced the amount of children that had a high probability of getting this infection. This bacteria stays in the gut where it can be nourished by every meal eaten. There has also been results of reduction in lung infections and pneumonia.
"However, much like drugs, the probiotics need to be fully tested before they can be used widely."
Read more: https://today.mims.com/topic/how-one-bacteria-might-help-prevent-sepsis-infections-in-infants-globally
Probiotic supplementation may ease constipation among elderly, new study suggests
August 27, 2017 12:14 PM
There is a new study that has suggested supplementation can ease constipation among elderly people. As a person gets older, constipation problems increase because microbiota and gut functioning changes a lot. This is a very important issue in the west because people are living a lot longer. Some researchers have looked at scientific evidence that took a look at the link between microorganisms that are beneficial for gut health. The research was done specifically with elder people.
"Different strains of probiotics induced beneficial effects in chronic constipation among the elderly, researchers from the University of Valencia found."
Read more: http://www.nutraingredients-usa.com/Research/Among-elderly-probiotic-supplementation-may-ease-constipation-woes
Probiotics a possible treatment for jaundice in newborn babies
August 17, 2017 11:14 AM
Probiotics are being tested as a possible way to treat babies born with potentially fatal jaundice. Studies are still inconclusive as more research and follow up remains necessary. Some babies were noted to experience adverse side effects, while others were not. This disease is rather common, hence adding to the benefit of finding an effective treatment. This study was being done by researchers at Sichuan University. Improvements will be needed for additional research and studies of treating with probiotics.
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Nutritionist Reveals Five Prebiotic Foods That Can Feed Your Gut
August 15, 2017 09:14 AM
You could be doing your best to make sure that you are ingesting healthy probiotics, but without prebiotics, foods that fuel probiotics, you are not receiving the benefits you are expecting. A nutritionist shares the foods that you need to feed the good bacteria in your gut to maintain your gut and overall health. These foods are easily found in your local supermarkets and can be incorporated into your daily meal plans and beside being prebiotics, they have other health benefits as well.
"Prebiotics feed the good bacteria we already have in our digestive system,"
Read more: https://www.womenshealth.com.au/article/food/five-prebiotic-foods-you-need-for-good-gut-health
Prebiotics may help reduce weight and inflammation
August 14, 2017 04:14 PM
Prebiotics will not only help to reduce weight, but it will help in reducing inflammation as well. Some natural prebiotic ingredients can add some health benefits to ice cream and yogurt and dairy beverages. People are a lot more health conscious now than they used to be. They are more careful as to what they put into their bodies. There are different concerns for food formulators. They wonder about things like the cost and the regulatory status.
"Studies in lean and obese mice suggested that gut microbiota influence the efficiency of caloric harvest from the diet as well as energy storage and utilization."
Read more: http://www.dairyfoods.com/articles/92389-prebiotics-may-help-reduce-weight-and-inflammation
6 Vitamin and Food Supplements for Better Health | Natural Cures
August 05, 2017 12:14 PM
Foods rich in Vitamin C are necessary when boosting the body's immune system naturally. Vitamin C helps with depression and eye related issues. Many problems arise from having a diminished immune system. In the past, the soil that our foods grew in was rich in magnesium. Nowadays, eating foods rich in magnesium or taking an additional supplement can make our muscles and bones healthier, as well as keep our nervous system balanced. Probiotics also made the list because they are a natural bacteria that rid the body of bad bacteria and replenish the body.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HFW_3FlG5_Y&rel=0
"Know which vitamins and supplements to take and which may cause harm."
What is Saccharomyces boulardii used to treat?
August 03, 2017 12:14 PM
Saccharomyces boulardii is a prescription for people that suffer from diarrhea. One girl was prescribed this instead of antibiotics for her stomach issues. A doctor has given advice to not use any yeast while using this medication. It is a probiotic. But, it is not like all of the other probiotics that are on the market. This one uses yeast. It is now that doctors are telling patients to use yeast for their stomach issues.
"In simple terms, Saccharomyces boulardii is a probiotic. However, unlike the commonly available probiotics, which are loaded with beneficial bacteria, it is a yeast that functions just like a probiotic."
Read more: http://www.thehealthsite.com/diseases-conditions/diarrhoea/what-is-saccharomyces-boulardii-used-to-treat-b0817/
Can probiotics help treat depression and anxiety?
July 29, 2017 07:14 AM
The interest in linking probiotics and mental health conditions is gaining popularity. The bowel and the brain have separate nervous systems, but similar mechanisms for creating pathways of communicating. This leads researchers to believe the bowel and the brain can "communicate" with each other. This message exchange is believed to result in various conditions in the human body. Researchers are doing studies to see if there is a link between probiotics as a treatment for mental health conditions such as depression and anxiety. There are not many studies done on this specific correlation and the results of these studies, varied. Due to this variation in results, there needs to be a larger scope of study to determine if probiotics can be used as a treatment.
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Too Much Estrogen Linked To Cancer And Weight Gain
July 24, 2017 09:14 AM
A website that reports on health news has published an article on the dangers of too much estrogen. The article contends the hormone estrogen can cause cancers and weight gain. The article reports that humans have been more exposed to estrogen-like substances. These are located in birth control pills, and also in meat and poultry. Lately, farm fish have been treated with estrogen as well. The article recommends taking probiotics as well as selenium to combat estrogen.
"One of the most significant causes of xeno-estrogen exposure occurs through foods. Over the past 60 or so years, the FDA has approved xeno-estrogenic substances for use in livestock"
Read more: http://criticalhealthnews.com/health-news/25-ben-fuchs-articles/309-too-much-estrogen-linked-to-cancer-and-weight-gain
Could cranberries boost your 'good bacteria'?
July 16, 2017 07:14 AM
Xlogucans are indigestible sugars, located on the cell walls of cranberries. Scientists now know, that while void of nutritive value for their human ingestor, xlogucans are nonetheless of high value to certain strains of bacteria found inside the intestinal walls of those human ingestors. These strains of bacteria are beneficial because they promote metabolic processes, which in turn produce energy for human hosts. When these bacteria multiply, the event is inherently valuable to the human organism in which the bacteria reside. This multiplication occurs when the bacteria feed off these specific sugars, found in cranberries. Data, which shows that xlogucans are broken down in the gut and absorbed by beneficial bacteria, which may in turn break down the already broken down compounds of xlogucan even further, in order to benefit other useful forms of bacteria, may prove to be of value in the development of new and better probiotics.
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