Good overview of the way probiotics can help improve mood and other brain functions.
Thinking about taking a cruise? Prepare with probiotics!
The following article points out the role of orally supplementing pre-term piglets with galactooligosaccharides/fructoligosaccharides (prebiotics), Bifidobacterium breve (probiotic) and glutamine (an amino acid) on brain and immune system development. https://academic.oup.com/jn/advance-article/doi/10.1093/jn/nxy243/5273187
Introduction In 2016, a scientific article published in The Lancet put forth the shocking finding that the numbers of obese people now outnumber those that are under-weight. Further, health risks associated with obesity are among the leading causes of death. While there are many ways that fat accumulation can be influenced, one of the more recent areas that has …
Published July 12, 2017 Every day it seems I come across more and more ways to leverage the Microbiome. http://www.latimes.com/science/sciencenow/la-sci-sn-dna-movie-20170712-story.html
Originally published October 20, 2017 The other day my wife brought home single serve “yogurt” containers. When I looked again at the packaging, I noticed they were labeled “Kefir,” not yogurt. It got me wondering, what’s the difference between yogurt and kefir? Kefir involves a milk being fermented at room temperature using kefir grains (the mother culture). This …
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