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Probiotics

Sneezing? Itchy eyes? Probiotic-rich yogurt can relieve seasonal allergies!

By Goodrich: (NaturalNews) According to the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, about 50 million Americans are affected by seasonal allergies during spring and summer. The main culprit is pollen from trees and grasses.

Pollen is generally a harmless little substances released by plants as a part of their reproductive cycle. For one in five people, these little compounds will cause an allergic reaction and ruin outdoor life at some stage in their life.

The non-GMO, powdered probiotic you've been waiting for: laboratory verified and based on Jerusalem Artichoke

By Adams: (NaturalNews) Modern medical science is increasingly recognizing just how important healthy gut microbes are for your overall health. That's why there has been an explosion in the popularity of probiotics and prebiotics over the last decade... and for good reason! When your internal microbiology is healthy and balanced, you are able to absorb more vitamins, minerals and food constituents via digestion -- including all the amazing anti-cancer nutrients found in foods like broccoli, celery, blueberries, red grapes and citrus fruits.

Probiotics cure peanut allergies in 80% of children and can replace vaccines for immune system stimulation

By Devon: (NaturalNews) Modern medicine has abandoned one of the most important systems of the human body -- the commensal bacteria colonies that live symbiotically within the human gut. These various bacteria species aid in digestion and protect the organs and blood from toxins. They also boost the immune system. Here's how:

Big Food giants like General Mills and PepsiCo hijack yogurt industry

By Wilson:(NaturalNews) What used to be one of America's go-to foods for a quick, healthy snack has been hijacked by Big Food and replaced with a product containing so many unhealthy, synthetic ingredients that critics say it's lost its identity.

How microbes in the gut influence anxiety, depression


We may not give much thought to the 100 trillion microbes living within our guts, but new discoveries within psychiatry have found that these organisms can profoundly affect our moods. In fact, psychiatrists are now exploring the possibility of manipulating these microscopic populations with the goal of treating clinical depression and anxiety -- all without resorting to potentially harmful pharmaceutical drugs.

How microbes in the gut influence anxiety, depression


We may not give much thought to the 100 trillion microbes living within our guts, but new discoveries within psychiatry have found that these organisms can profoundly affect our moods. In fact, psychiatrists are now exploring the possibility of manipulating these microscopic populations with the goal of treating clinical depression and anxiety -- all without resorting to potentially harmful pharmaceutical drugs.

Good vs. bad bacteria - The flora war


How does consuming pesticide ruin your good bacteria in your gut that are responsible for maintaining 80% of your overall health, including your immunity? The answer is simple. An acidic environment starts the damage. Once your body is acidic, it welcomes inflammation, gastric issues and a weakened immune state. Your thymus is the biological seat of immunity. Did you know that sucralose shrinks the thymus and inflames the liver? Sucralose is the main ingredient in Splenda and Splenda Essentials (the toxic scam with vitamins on top). All of the other artificial sweeteners create a highly acidic system for you too. Add in some MSG and aspartame and what have you got? Major health problems that the allopathic doctors just can't seem to "solve." Their top-down approach using chemicals to treat only disease, when all you have is a few little eating "disorders" (bad choices), is absurd. It's obtuse. It's almost archaic, like bloodletting.

Researchers investigate disease deflecting chocolate pill


A new study slated to begin this year at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston will measure the health effects of a dietary supplement made with concentrated cocoa flavanols. The study will involve 18,000 healthy volunteers and will last at least four years to determine if the supplement can prevent heart attack, stroke and heart disease deaths.

Probiotics accelerate weight loss in women, say researchers


A Canadian test determined that probiotic supplementation helped women lose weight and keep it off. Why just women? It may have to do with they type or strain used in the test, which didn't affect men in regard to losing or gaining weight. Let's take a look at their study and other factors involved with probiotics.