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Probiotics are essentials when it comes to prevent or eliminate Candida Albicans.

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    Knowing about Candida is a lifesaver   Known as a yeast infection, Candida albicans is a worldwide health problem upsetting the lives of millions of people. Recurring skin rashes, chronic fatigue, digestive problems, recurring vaginal yeast infections, cervicitis, headaches, and food allergies are among its most common symptoms. If your diet is made […]

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Probiotics may save patients from deadly chemotherapy – NaturalNews.com

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(NaturalNews) If you or someone you love is facing the possibility of cancer or chemotherapy, make sure they read this story. Breakthrough new science conducted at the University of Michigan and about to be published in the journal Nature reveals that intestinal health is the key to surviving chemotherapy. The study itself is very difficult […]

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PLOS ONE: Probiotic Bacteria Induce a ‘Glow of Health’

  Abstract Radiant skin and hair are universally recognized as indications of good health. However, this ‘glow of health’ display remains poorly understood. We found that feeding of probiotic bacteria to aged mice induced integumentary changes mimicking peak health and reproductive fitness characteristic of much younger animals. Eating probiotic yogurt triggered epithelial follicular anagen-phase shift […]

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What You Should Know About Probiotics | CHFA

About Probiotics. Eating foods or taking supplements?

About Probiotics: What it is and what it does How human are you? One hundred per cent?  Ninety-two per cent?  If it’s a numbers game, you had better think again! It’s estimated that we have 100 trillion bacterial cells living in our intestines, outnumbering our human cells 10 to 1.  We have an interconnected relationship […]

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Probiotics Boost Infection Protection in Athletes

Probiotics for Athletes

A New Zealand study conducted with professional rugby players sheds insights for ways to enhance infection protection in athletes. Brylee A. Haywood, from the University of Otago (New Zealand), and colleagues enrolled 30 rugby union players in a study where each subject received either a probiotic supplement (3 billion CFUs/day), or placebo, for four weeks. […]

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