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Effective Ways to Support Teen Gut Health

Teenagers experience rapid physical and mental changes. The microbiota and gut-brain axis play a crucial role in their health and wellbeing. However, diet, stress, and poor sleep quality may disrupt the balance in their gut microbiota. These easy, practical tips can help teens adopt a healthier diet and lifestyle to support optimal gut health.

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.

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

Home Microbiome Protocol

The human microbiota is influenced not only by diet but also by outside environmental factors. Our living spaces have their own

GI-MAP: What You Need to Know

The GI-MAP (Microbial Assay Plus)® by Diagnostic Solutions Laboratory is a comprehensive stool test that uses quantitative polymerase chain reaction (qPCR) technology to assess gut health. The GI-MAP test

Bugs and Barrier Function

Intestinal epithelial barrier integrity has a great deal to do with how we feel: both physically and mentally. The concept is a relatively simple one, although the

Low FODMAPs: The New Gluten Free?

As patients without diagnosed gluten allergies continue to benefit from a gluten-free diet, researchers, medical professionals, and nutritionists alike are now turning to a related, but more

Bacillus Probiotic Helps Eliminate Staph in the Gut

One particular probiotic strain found in supplements — Bacillus subtilis — was shown to dramatically reduce Staphylococcus aureus (S. aureus) in the gut without killing off friendly


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