With it being cold and flu season, we think it is especially important to address this next myth in our mini blog series. If you have recently taken an antibiotic, take heed. Taking an antibiotic may deplete the good bacteria in your gut along with the bad bacteria, that needs to go away. This is where probiotics come into play.
Earlier this week, we learned how probiotics can help improve digestion, as well as restoring your natural balance of good bacteria in the gut. And if you thought that was awesome, you are in luck – we another cool fact about probiotics and your health. Ready or not, it’s time for part 3.
Last week, we learned how probiotics are used to restore the natural balance of good bacteria in your gut, which can be depleted due to poor diet, stress, or lack of sleep. And as impressive as that is, probiotics are capable of so much more, which is why we started this 7-part blog series. Time for part 2 – tune in soon for the next fact.
If you know about probiotics, you have probably heard about some of the cool ways these beneficial microbes help your body. At SCD Probiotics®, we want to educate you about some awesome probiotic facts. In an effort to achieve this, we are presenting a short series with fun illustrations and bite-sized pieces of information. Here’s part 1 – tune in soon for the next fact.
Because we live in a world with access to such an overabundance of information, it can be especially hard to decipher what is accurate information – the world of probiotics is no difference. That said, we are presenting this short series of blogs designed to dispel some of the most common probiotic myths. Myth #1 – While unpasteurized yogurt is in fact a good source of probiotics, it often isn’t […]
If you are out of the loop, don’t worry! We’ll bring you up to speed about our attendance at Natural Products Expo West, the world’s largest expo for natural products. You read that right, we are attending the largest natural products expo of its kind. Pretty cool, right? We thought so, too!
As your anxiety levels rise, it hits you all at once, and in the most unexpected place. A sudden wave of queasiness. Sharp pangs in your belly. Turns out these aren’t just feelings in your head – they’re feelings in your gut. To elaborate, science says these feelings could be real gastrointestinal side effects of emotional responses to your environment. So, what’s causing such a stir? Such responses are generated from neurotransmitters in an area of your gut coined ‘the second brain.’
If you’ve been following my blog series about probiotics you probably have a good understanding of the reasons to supplement your diet with probiotics. But what about prebiotics? What’s all the fuss about them? And are they really necessary?
Every year, you make resolutions to “get healthier.” But what does that really mean? Sometimes hitting the gym five nights a week and eating salads for two of your three meals just isn’t feasible (or enjoyable). For those looking to get healthier with less hassle, we have the solution: SCD Essential Probiotics®.
There’s a new breed of probiotics in town, and you should definitely pay heed. Trust us when we say that you could be much better healthier – and possibly happier – if you get acquainted with these powerful microbes. With the ability to curb your appetite, suppress inflammation, and even reduce risk for depression, fear, and anxiety, this group of recently studied probiotics could be pivotal in the way we understand psychological illnesses and overall mental health.