Klaire Labs Introduces Ther-Biotic® Synbiotic, The Next-Evolution, Shelf-stable Combination of a Prebiotic and Probiotics Strains

Klaire Labs Ther-Biotic® Synbiotic.

Soho Flordis International (SFI®), a leading natural healthcare company that produces premium, evidence-based nutraceuticals and the home of Klaire Labs®, announced the launch of its all-new, comprehensive Ther-Biotic® Synbiotic. Manufactured under the Klaire Labs brand, Ther-Biotic Synbiotic represents the next generation of microbiome support, combining clinically proven probiotic strains withRead

The Gut-Brain Axis: Influence of Microbiota on Mood and Mental Health, with Jeremy Appleton, ND

mood and the microbiome
In this commentary, published in Integrative Medicine, A Clinician’s Journal, by Jeremy Appleton, ND, he explains the gut-brain axis and its bidirectional communication network that links the enteric and central nervous systems. As he discusses, this network is not only anatomical, but it extends to include endocrine, humoral, metabolic, and

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Effect of Lactobacillus rhamnosus HN001 in Pregnancy on Postpartum Symptoms of Depression and Anxiety

postpartum depression

Growing evidence about the microbiome and gut brain axis suggests that taking specific strains of probiotics may be an important aspect of mental health, and more specifically postpartum depression, which affects 10-15% of women. In this study, published by EBioMedicine, a LANCET publication, researchers studied the effects of probiotics supplementationRead

Gut Feelings: Radiolab Podcast on the Gut Microbiome

Gut Feelings

We couldn’t resist sharing this excellent and amusing Radiolab podcast, called Gut Feelings, about some important research by John Cryan, PhD, Professor & Chair, Dept. of Anatomy & Neuroscience, University College Cork and Principal Investigator at the APC Microbiome Institute. In this Radiolab podcast, guest-host Carl Zimmer, co-host Robert Krulich, producerRead

What We Know About Mood and the Microbiome (It’s Not in Your Head), with Jeremy Appleton, ND

mood and the microbiome

In this video from the 2018 Integrative Healthcare Symposium, Jeremy Appleton, ND, outlines the primary mechanisms by which the gut and brain interact. Appleton says this about the mood and the microbiome: When we search for clues in the gut that might present a unifying theory for the pathogenesis of manyRead