Staying Active Helps to Combat Health Conditions & Diseases

Published:12 Apr 2019

We hear this all the time. Stay active, exercise 30 mins a day but why is it so important? Exercise not only assists in weight loss and weight maintenance but it also helps to combats health conditions and diseases, improve your mood, boost your energy and promote better sleep. Try mix it up, keep it fun, even make it social and exercise with friends. There are so many different ways to keep it interesting. You could go walking, swimming, cycling,…

Laughter Aids the Immune System

Published:19 Mar 2019

We know its great to have a laugh but did you know laughter is actually very good for our health and wellbeing! Laughter not only releases endorphins known as natural feel-good chemicals but it strengthens the immune system. It increases the antibody-producing cells which help defend the body from disease causing bacteria. Laughter reduces the stress hormone levels, resulting in less anxiety and stress to impact the body. It can even leave muscles relaxed for up to 45 mins. So don’t…


Published:05 Feb 2019

We all know how important it is to stay hydrated! It is crucial for our health and wellbeing. Our heart, muscles, brain and energy levels are greatly impacted when dehydrated! Women should aim to drink 2.1L and men 2.6L. We’ve always been told to drink more water but it is easier said than done right. Well here’s some tips to help increase water intake. Try having reusable water bottles. Keep one at your desk, one in your bag, one on your…

Probiotics for Babies

Published:09 Nov 2018

It is now widely acknowledged that probiotics can have a very beneficial affect on an infant’s evolving digestive system as it gradually learns to cope with new foods. Probiotics are friendly, live bacteria that help to maintain a natural balance of organisms in the intestines. They improve health conditions in several ways. They assist in helping promote the build-up of the babies beneficial gut flora. They have anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. They make the immune system healthy and more responsive. They also…


Published:12 May 2017

Different kinds of bacteria that live inside the gut can help spur obesity or protect against it, say scientists at Washington University in St. Louis who transplanted intestinal germs from fat or lean people into mice and watched the rodents change. When rats were given lactic acid bacteria while in utero through adulthood, they put on significantly less weight than other rats eating the same high-calorie diet. They also had lower levels of minor inflammation, which has been associated with…

Immunity and Probiotic Supplements

Published:12 May 2017

One of the main functions of good bacteria is to stimulate the immune response.  Most people, including many physicians, do not realize that 80 percent of your immune system is located in your digestive system, making a healthy gut a major focal point if you want to maintain optimal health. Remember, a robust immune system is your number one defense system against ALL disease.  Beneficial bacteria have a lifelong and powerful effect on your gut’s immune system and your systemic…

Woman’s Health and Probiotics

Published:12 May 2017

Powerful drugs exist to eradicate most acute yeast and bacterial infections. Yet if the conditions that make one vulnerable to these pathogens are not corrected, these organisms too often return. Women frequently encounter yeast infections in their vaginal tissues. Likewise, chronic urinary tract bacterial infections cause significant misery for tens of millions of women annually. New studies reveal that restoring healthy probiotic flora significantly protects against these types of chronic infections. Just like the digestive tract, the vagina relies on…


Published:12 May 2017

Although allergy research is still preliminary a study found a relationship between women taking probiotics during pregnancy and 30% reduction in the instance of childhood eczema in their infants.  Researchers selected women who had ahistory of seasonal allergies, or whose partners had histories of allergies.  Allergies are related to poor gut health – A condition known as “leaky gut” occurs when gaps develop between the cells (enterocytes) that make up the membrane lining your intestinal wall. These tiny gaps allow…

Probiotics and Urinary Health

Published:25 Feb 2017

Nearly half of all women will experience a painful attack of cystitis at some point in their lives. Cystitis is an inflammation of the bladder, and it can be the result of infection, irritation, or bruising, or even a combination of these three factors. Women are more prone to cystitis than men because the tube (urethra) that runs from the bladder to the outside of the body is much shorter (about 5cm/2ins) in women than it is in men (about…

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