Clean Beauty & What It Means for You
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by amatile
1y ago
Clean, adj.: free from dirt or pollution. – Merriam-Webster Dictionary.  We all have a basic understanding of what it means to be clean. But how does the concept of cleanliness apply to the beauty industry? In this article, we’ll discuss the meaning of clean beauty, how the movement started, and what its limitations are. Most importantly, we’ll talk about how it affects you and your buying choices.  An Elusive Term Clean beauty came on the scene in recent years as consumers have become more conscious of the ingredients that go into their cosmetics. Many people who have experienced al ..read more
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Wellness Trends to Watch in 2023
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by amatile
1y ago
From ashwagandha to eating mushrooms, here’s our take on some of 2023’s hottest wellness trends!  Each year brings a host of new wellness trends, but how do you know the dubious from the promising? We’ll give you our honest opinion about the latest and some of the strangest wellness trends for 2023.  Ashwagandha Probably one of the hottest herbs on the scene, ashwagandha has been growing in popularity in the wellness community. And for good reason. This herb is a true wellness superhero with many purported benefits and has been used for centuries in Ayurvedic medicine.  Ashwagan ..read more
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Which Foods Have Prebiotics?
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by cody
1y ago
Did you know that prebiotic foods may be good for digestion?  Prebiotics may play an important role in the cultivation and sustainability of healthy gut bacteria. As a source of food and proper nourishment to the good bacteria inside of you, prebiotics may help with keeping healthy bacteria alive and ready to multiply.  A prebiotic-rich diet is easy to follow when you have a helpful prebiotic foods list handy. If you’d like ideas on some prebiotic foods to grab on your next grocery run, let’s dig into this roundup of foods that contain an abundant amount of prebiotics.  7 Prebio ..read more
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What Are Lactic Acid Probiotics? Everything You Need to Know
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by cody
1y ago
Most healthy people in the know are quite familiar with probiotics. They’re the beneficial bacteria and yeasts that form a microbiome throughout your body, but mostly in your gut. Probiotics are  best known for supporting healthy digestion and helping to ease uncomfortable issues like gas, bloating, and occasional bowel movement irregularities.  But growing research shows that these tiny bacteria help with many functions within the gut. They help create enzymes to support digestion of certain foods, help support the protection of the gut lining / barrier, and they even help synthesiz ..read more
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5 Probiotic Benefits for Women (and Why We Created a Unique Probiotics for Women Formula)
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by cody
1y ago
Fun fact: Did you know that certain strains of probiotics have a unique ability to support a woman’s microbiome?  It’s true! This is one of the reasons we at Probulin put so much time, energy and research into creating the most balanced multi-strain probiotic possible for our Probulin Probiotic for Women.    Probiotics may be beneficial to women’s health in a number of ways, and we are providing the top 7 reasons why. Why Should Women Take Probiotics? Here are 5 Reasons #1 Probiotics Support Gut Balance for Women and May Relieve Occasional Gas and Bloating Stress, diet, an ..read more
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Understanding Prebiotics, Probiotics, and Postbiotics
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by Probulin
1y ago
Understanding the Relationship Between Prebiotics, Probiotics & Postbiotics Your gut is filled with a nearly unimaginable number of microscopic creatures, but don’t worry. This is a good thing. These microbes, mostly bacteria, create a tiny little ecosystem in your stomach called a microbiome. Your microbiome plays a huge role in your overall health, which is why it’s important to keep the good bacteria in your gut healthy and happy. How do you do that? The answer has to do with the relationship between prebiotics, probiotics, and a relatively new “biotic” called postbiotics.  What Is ..read more
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What Happens If I Stop Taking Probiotics?
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by cody
1y ago
Here at Probulin, we’re big fans of probiotics. That’s because we’re deep into the science behind our formulas and know the far-reaching benefits of supporting a balanced microbiome, which is one of the primary jobs of probiotics.  If you’re like most people in our Probulin family, you like to do your research, too. You’re a savvy consumer who is proactive about your health and you ask good questions about adding supplements (probiotics or any other kind) to your wellness routine. We love this because knowledge is power and the more you have, the better it is for living your best life.&nb ..read more
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Are Probiotics Considered a Supplement?
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by cody
1y ago
From research scientists and beauty magazine editors to the millions of consumers who have discovered that probiotics aren’t just for gut health anymore. Probiotics have gotten a lot of good buzz lately. The more we get to know these tiny but mighty beneficial bacteria, the more astonishing their story becomes.  With the many added details about probiotics and the growing list of health benefits they bring to the table, it’s easy to wonder all over again…what exactly ARE these guys? One question that comes up quite often is, “Are probiotics considered a supplement?  The short answer ..read more
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Digestive Health in Women vs Men—Are There Differences That Matter?
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by cody
1y ago
There are plenty of ways that women are different from men. Physical differences, starting with reproductive organs and hormone makeup, are what first come to mind. Then there are differences in emotional needs, communication styles, and behavioral expectations that are less obvious, but equally important.   But what about digestive health? Is a woman’s digestive system different from a man’s digestive system? And if so, do these differences really matter? To answer these questions, let’s first take a closer look at some digestive system basics. Women’s digestive system Digestive System B ..read more
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Kefir vs Yogurt: Differences, Benefits, & Nutrition
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by cody
1y ago
Are you looking for ways to add more probiotics — i.e., the good bacteria — into your life through the foods you consume? One efficient way to do that is by consuming kefir and/or yogurt, both of which are sources of probiotics.  Most people have heard of yogurt, but some aren’t quite as sure about what kefir is or the differences between kefir vs. yogurt.  In today’s article, you’ll learn about kefir and yogurt differences. Some of the questions we’ll discuss are: How is kefir vs. yogurt made?  What is kefir? What is yogurt?  What are the kefir and yogurt differences? Ke ..read more
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