Prescription and OTC Drugs and Your Microbiome – New research shows it’s not just antibiotics to blame for dysbiosis

You’re probably already aware that certain antibiotics can upset your gut microbiome, i.e. the makeup of bacteria and other microorganisms in your intestines. That’s why physicians now recommend replenishing beneficial bacteria by taking probiotics during and after antibiotic treatment. What you might not know, however, is that other prescription and non-prescription medications can also affect…

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Microbiome as Medicine – Why Your Environment and Your Gut Matter More than Genetics

It used to be thought that our genes were our fate, but a lot has changed in recent years, particularly in the field of nutrigenomics and epigenetics. In fact, new research suggests that your health and happiness could depend more on your microbiome than your DNA, and that instead of being inherited, your microbiome is…

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Probiotics for Digestive Health – Three Top Species for A Healthy Gut

The human body is teeming with bacteria. In fact, only about 40% of the total number of cells in your body are human cells. It’s no wonder then that the bacteria in your gut have such a significant influence over how you feel. In this blog post we’ll take a look at probiotics for digestive…

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