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BlueBiology Prebiotic Review

BlueBiology’s BlueBiotics Ultimate Care probiotic supplement has been our preferred probiotic supplement for some time now and it’s what we recommend the most when people ask us about probiotics. So when BlueBiology came out with their prebiotic supplement, we were pleased to get our hands on it for review. In this article, we report our findings. What does BlueBiology’s Prebiotic Contain? This prebiotic supplement consists of four ingredients: Organic chicory root powder – 1500mg Lentil root powder – 1500mg Organic gum arabic flour – 5000mg Alpha galactosidase – 23mg Potential Health Benefits These prebiotics each have a unique role they

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Top 5 Probiotics of 2019

Updated January 16, 2019 Share Within the past few years, the probiotics market has been EXPLODING. Doctors may have been

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Lactobacillus Salivarius

Lactobacillus salivarius is a form of naturally occurring bacteria that is commonly found in the gastrointestinal tracts of most humans. L. salivarius is one of 25 species in the L. salivarius clade (group of organisms with a common ancestor) of

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What Are Probiotics? A Guide to Probiotic Foods, Supplements & Benefits

What are probiotics? The World Health Organization(WHO) defines probiotics as “live microorganisms which when administered in adequate amounts confer a health benefit on the host”.[1] Probiotics provide these health benefits in several ways: Probiotics stimulate the immune system They produce

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Probiotics for Digestive Problems

In a time where we our society is burdened by high-stress work environments, low-quality fast food, fatigue, and an obsession with antibiotics, natural gut flora is under attack. Our digestive systems are deprived of their natural, health-promoting microorganisms, and bacteria

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Notable Probiotic Strains

Bifidobacterium Breve Bifidobacterium Lactis Complex Lactobacillus Acidophilus Lactobacillus Plantarum Saccharomyces Boulardii

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Lactobacillus Plantarum

Lactobacillus plantarum is one of the most widely studied bacterium strains in the Lactobacilli genus. It is a Gram-positive, non-spore forming rod bacteria that is found in many strains in lactic acid fermented food products (1,2). Such foods as brined

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Bifidobacterium Lactis Complex

What is Bifidobacterium Lactis Complex? Bifidobacteria are a form of naturally occurring bacteria that are commonly found in the gastrointestinal tracts and mouths of mammals, including humans. They are one of the common forms of bacteria found in the intestinal

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Probiotics and Mood Disorders

There are a number of physical health conditions that may be successfully treated with probiotics. These include reducing the risk of asthma, lowering LDL cholesterol/normalizing blood pressure, reducing inflammation, and treating irritable bowel syndrome and vaginosis.[1] But as it turns

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Do Probiotics Help Lower Cholesterol?

You may be familiar with the use of probiotics for enhancing gut health. However, what you may not know is that these gut-friendly bacteria may also be beneficial for heart health too. Research has shown that certain strains of probiotics

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Bifidobacterium Breve

Medically Revied by: Chris Duncombe, M.D. There are various types of bacteria that live within the human intestinal tract, some of which have a mutually beneficial relationship with us, their host. These bacteria that have a positive influence within the

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Probiotics and Antibiotics

We’ve all been prescribed antibiotics at one point or another. They can provide a seemingly immediate relief from the diseases and illnesses that ail us. The side effects, however, are another story. Upset stomach, diarrhea, allergic reactions and vomiting can

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Lactobacillus Salivarius

Lactobacillus salivarius is a form of naturally occurring bacteria that is commonly found in the gastrointestinal tracts of most humans. L. salivarius is one of 25 species in the L. salivarius clade (group of organisms with a common ancestor) of the genus Lactobacillus. The name Lactobacillus salivarius comes from the

Cover image of fruit for article about 'what are probiotics?"

What Are Probiotics? A Guide to Probiotic Foods, Supplements & Benefits

What are probiotics? The World Health Organization(WHO) defines probiotics as “live microorganisms which when administered in adequate amounts confer a health benefit on the host”.[1] Probiotics provide these health benefits in several ways: Probiotics stimulate the immune system They produce vitamins and enzymes They reduce serum cholesterol They improve lactose

Image of a person with digestive problems holding their stomach with a heating pad

Probiotics for Digestive Problems

In a time where we our society is burdened by high-stress work environments, low-quality fast food, fatigue, and an obsession with antibiotics, natural gut flora is under attack. Our digestive systems are deprived of their natural, health-promoting microorganisms, and bacteria that causes illness takes over. Probiotics, which have received significant

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Notable Probiotic Strains

Bifidobacterium Breve Bifidobacterium Lactis Complex Lactobacillus Acidophilus Lactobacillus Plantarum Saccharomyces Boulardii

Cover image for article on lactobacillus plantaram showing yogurt and Consumer's Health Report text

Lactobacillus Plantarum

Lactobacillus plantarum is one of the most widely studied bacterium strains in the Lactobacilli genus. It is a Gram-positive, non-spore forming rod bacteria that is found in many strains in lactic acid fermented food products (1,2). Such foods as brined olives, pickles, sauerkraut, Feta cheese, African ogi, cassava, and Asian

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Bifidobacterium Lactis Complex

What is Bifidobacterium Lactis Complex? Bifidobacteria are a form of naturally occurring bacteria that are commonly found in the gastrointestinal tracts and mouths of mammals, including humans. They are one of the common forms of bacteria found in the intestinal flora of humans and are believed to have many positive

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Probiotics and Mood Disorders

There are a number of physical health conditions that may be successfully treated with probiotics. These include reducing the risk of asthma, lowering LDL cholesterol/normalizing blood pressure, reducing inflammation, and treating irritable bowel syndrome and vaginosis.[1] But as it turns out, probiotics are also being used to treat mental and

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Do Probiotics Help Lower Cholesterol?

You may be familiar with the use of probiotics for enhancing gut health. However, what you may not know is that these gut-friendly bacteria may also be beneficial for heart health too. Research has shown that certain strains of probiotics may help to lower cholesterol, and in turn lower your

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Bifidobacterium Breve

Medically Revied by: Chris Duncombe, M.D. There are various types of bacteria that live within the human intestinal tract, some of which have a mutually beneficial relationship with us, their host. These bacteria that have a positive influence within the gastrointestinal system are called probiotics. One of those probiotics found

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Probiotics and Antibiotics

We’ve all been prescribed antibiotics at one point or another. They can provide a seemingly immediate relief from the diseases and illnesses that ail us. The side effects, however, are another story. Upset stomach, diarrhea, allergic reactions and vomiting can all be somewhat normal reactions. Not to mention the damage