A slew of recent headlines have claimed a “cure” for peanut allergy through the combination of a probiotic, Lactobacillus rhamnosis and a peanut protein therapy. But some clinicians and researchers are taking issue with the rigor of the study and the claimed results.
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.
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?
Our joints provide us with the ability to move, run, type, grasp and even look at this computer (or phone). They are made of bone and muscle, ligaments, cartilage, synovial fluid and other tissues. And caring for those joints needs to occur throughout life, athlete or not.