This section of our blog looks at the ways in which probiotics can help support our gut bacteria to digest food, absorb nutrients, keep pathogenic bacteria at bay and support the immune system.

seasonal allergy

Seasonal allergies

It is that time of year again, the daffodils are blooming, days are getting longer and warmer, and the beginnings ...
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Skin microbiome

Skin microbiome

The skin is the largest organ of the human body and is home to a diverse array of microorganisms which ...
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Why many of us could benefit from taking a probiotic

Despite the remarkable complexity of the gut, there is a growing awareness and understanding that the health of our gut ...
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The benefits of prebiotics and latest research

The influence of the gut microbiome on health has gained great interest and evidence in recent years. Much research has ...
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Resilient foods

Top foods for a resilient brain and healthy gut

In this blog, Clinical Neuroscientist Miguel Toribio-Mateas discusses how certain super-concentrated sources of nutrients can help you be the most ...
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nutrition gap

The nutrition gap  

The first call on nutrients by our body is for immediate and acute needs – those needed for short-term survival ...
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Probiotics first 1,000 days

Probiotics for the first 1,000 days

The more we uncover about the ecosystem of bacteria residing in us, the more it becomes evident that nurturing and ...
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Probiotics for respiratory health

How probiotics support the respiratory system: protecting against viruses and helping recovery

Probiotics have shown effectiveness for treatment and prevention of viral infections,  as well as a supportive role in enhancing immune ...
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