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.
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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!
Probiotics are everywhere, even in the prenatal vitamin section of the grocery. Should expectant mothers take probiotics and are there any benefits?
Athletic performance can be reduced by dehydration. How much hydration is enough in athletics and elite sports?
A recent study reports a reduced incidence of gestational diabetes in expectant mothers who took probiotics early in their pregnancy.
Probiotics are increasingly being looked at as a potential treatment for mental health disorders like anxiety or depression.
Autism is getting increased attention because the medical research community is discovering the complex interaction of the gut and the brain.
Skin health isn’t just skin deep, but may be connected to gut health. Dermatologists are finding skin health depends on the microbes in our gut.
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.