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15+ Foods to Nourish A Child’s Gut

The gut microbiome plays a vital role in children’s health, often influencing their physical and mental health later in life. Microbiome support starts with a healthy diet, but parents and caregivers often need advice about which foods provide the most benefits to optimize their child’s gut health. Cultured and fermentedRead

The Ever-Evolving Microbiome—Ages and Stages

Research highlights specific patterns and transition points at various ages and stages of life, as well as significant impacts those changes have on long-term wellness—so a personalized gut-health protocol that considers evolving needs is crucial. Five primary ages and stages, with physiological, environmental and other factors that influence microbiome balance.

New Evidence Against Artificial Sweeteners

Once touted as low-calorie substitutes that could help reduce incidence of diabetes and help people lose weight, artificial sweeteners such as aspartame, sucralose, and saccharine have come under more scrutiny in recent years. Concerns about their potential health risks have only been heightened based on data suggesting they do notRead

Breakthrough Use for Probiotics

At this point, we’re all familiar with the benefits of probiotics, especially for gut health. These beneficial bacteria help control harmful bacteria in our gastrointestinal tracts and maintain a healthy gut microbiome that promotes digestive health. Probiotics have additionally been found to be beneficial in the treatment of atopic dermatitisRead

Supporting the Infant Microbiota for a Healthy Future

The gut microbiota develops and matures during the first few years of life. Research suggests changes in the early microbiota may affect a child’s later physical and mental health and wellness. Supporting gut health during this important window of time can provide youngsters with a healthy start in life. StagesRead

Home Microbiome Protocol

The human microbiota is influenced not only by diet but also by outside environmental factors. Our living spaces have their own microbiomes, full of bacteria, viruses, yeasts, and other microorganisms. They come from people, pets, and things that enter our homes. Removing environmental toxins where possible and allowing beneficial microbesRead


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