Probiotics are bacteria ingested to supplement the gut microbiota and gain health benefits. And there are many potential benefits, including weight loss.
Breast cancer research is approaching a new frontier, the breast microbiome. The breast skin microbiome may vary dramatically from the breast tissue microbiome, and this may influence the development of breast cancer.
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.
Several recent mouse studies have indicated three cancer drugs dependent on microbes in the gut to be effective. It is becoming clear that the gut microbiota is a factor worth consideration as cancer therapies evolve.
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.
Bananas make a great base for a smoothie. They also happen to have high levels of prebiotics. Prebiotics are foods or molecules like fiber that our microbes thrive on! Prebiotics feed your microbes in order to help your H2PRO™ probiotics thrive.
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?”
Is there a role for individualized treatment through diet and probiotics to specifically modify the gut microbiota thereby treating disease?
This video was produced by audible.com and describes in a simple way how our gut and brain are connected. Sometimes referred to as the second brain or downstairs brain, the gut and it’s microbes may affect not only our emotional well being but also promote pro-social behaviors that have been essential in the evolution of […]
A new study published in Scientific Reports finds that the gut microbiota of Multiple Sclerosis patients is distinctly different than the gut microbiota of healthy adults.