6 Simple Ways to “Spring Clean” Your Health

Spring is the perfect time to reset and rejuvenate your body. Here are six simple things you can easily start incorporating into your daily routine.

Probiotics for Women

It’s well known that probiotics can help support digestive health. But did you know that there are specific reasons women should consider supplementing with a probiotic supplement daily? Here are 5 ways probiotics can benefit a woman’s health. Relieve Constipation. One in four adults in North America experience constipation, with women and seniors most...

10 Tricks That Can Suppress Your Hunger Hormone

Hungry all the time? It turns out certain foods, beverages and practices can trigger your body’s hunger hormone, even if you're not technically hungry.

What Anyone on a Statin Needs to Know About the Flu Shot

Flu shots may be less effective in people who take statins. Two new studies found that statin users who took the vaccine had reduced immune protection along with a higher likelihood of serious respiratory illnesses compared to those who weren’t on the cholesterol-lowering drugs.

Why the Feds Are Out To Take Kombucha Off Shelves

The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau, a division of the US Treasury Department, recently sent letters to several producers of kombucha, warning them that since their beverages supposedly exceeded the allowable alcohol limit, they must be labeled as alcoholic beverages and be subject to alcohol regulation or face hefty fines and legal...

Can Probiotic-Rich Yogurts Help Curb Obesity?

Eating yogurt plentiful in probiotics, known as friendly bacteria, may help prevent obesity.

Probiotics May Prevent Fatal Complication of Liver Disease

Research found that probiotics are effective at preventing the serious health complication, hepatic encephalopathy in patients with cirrhosis of the liver.

Eating Probiotic-Rich Foods May Help With Blood Pressure Control

Eating probiotic foods can lower blood pressure and reduce heart attack and stroke risk.

Yogurt May Decrease Your Risk for Diabetes

Recent research suggests that people who eat yogurt at least four times per week are less likely to develop diabetes.

2 Important Things to Consider Before Choosing a Probiotic

An informative overview of probiotics which includes essential information on how to utilize them to maintain your health.