Probiotics have become big business!  In fact, the current search in probiotic popularity has increased the market to billions of dollars in profits.  By 2015, the probiotics sales around the word are projected to top $40 billion!  The many health benefits associated with probiotics has lead to many new probiotics products on the market; these…

 

Surprising new research from scientists in India indicates that probiotics may stave off, and even prevent, diabetes.  While clinical research still needs to demonstrate sustainable proof of this, the initial research indicates a promising link between the two.  With over 25 million Americans suffering from diabetes, the simple addition of probiotics sheds a ray of…

 

Lactic Acid Bacteria, or Lactobacillus, is the most common type of bacteria found in probiotics.  Used for nearly 5000 years to culture and ferment food, lactic acid bacteria (or LAB), is most commonly found in yogurt, kefir, cheeses and other dairy products. While not all the bacteria in the LAB category are exactly the same,…

 

Probiotics are living organisms, including bacteria, that support proper health within many of major systems of the human body, including the digestive and immune systems.  For centuries, bacteria has been associated with causing disease, illness and even death; research now demonstrates that certain bacteria, including Lactic Acid Bacteria (LAB) and bifidobacteria, may be quite beneficial…

 
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