L. acidophilus NCFM, used in H2PRO™, has a deep pool of research regarding its behavior in vitro (in the lab), in animal studies and importantly, in humans.
New research seems to indicate that probiotics can help an athlete recover and stay healthier during and following training or performance events. It is increasingly likely that probiotics and a well managed diet have the potential to improve athlete immunity and reduce GI distress, helping with long term health of the athlete.
Probiotic strains like Bifidobacterium lactis have been shown to have beneficial effects on immunity and other health parameters in clinical studies. Meet two of our super probiotic strains!
Autism is getting increased attention because the medical research community is discovering the complex interaction of the gut and the brain.
Dupont/Danisco has just published a meta-analysis of 4 studies that looked at the ability of Bifidobacterium animalis ssp. lactis HN019™ to stimulate cellular level immune activity in healthy older adults.
A Medical student answers some questions about probiotics. “I’ve been noticing a lot more mention of probiotics lately- what exactly is a probiotic, and why have they become such a ‘hot topic’? Should I be taking a probiotic daily?”
This past fall a video proclaiming tequila as a probiotic and health drink almost broke the internet. H2PRO tackles the truth.
Timing your probiotics during the day is a big concern for many of Dr. Baumgarten’s patients. When is the best time to take your H2PRO?
The power of one well-kept resolution cannot be underestimated. Why else would we even bother with New Year’s Resolutions each year? Deep down, we all believe that some simple, long term changes can improve our health.
Yoga is an ideal exercise regime to care for your digestive tract and to help minimize belly bloat. Yoga allows the muscles of the body to relax, bringing oxygen and nutrients to important organs. In addition, yoga promotes the alignment of the body.