What is leaky gut? What are the symptoms of leaky gut and what food to eat and avoid to heal leaky gut? Read along to know everything about leaky gut.
Here’s the thing: keeping your gut microbiome balanced takes consistent effort. Achieving optimal gut health doesn’t come from 30 days of probiotic supplements and kombucha. Just like us, our gut microbiome is continually evolving – which means it needs to be continually exposed to beneficial bacteria (so the bad bacteria never becomes too powerful).
Not only is taking daily probiotics safe, it’s recommended. Having a daily probiotic routine is one of the best ways to regulate your gut health.
Since our launch, we have talked to hundreds of customers — many of whom are first-time probiotic users. We are beyond thrilled to see how we are starting to make a difference in everyday Americans’ lives starting with getting their gut in shape.
My name is Dr. Lisa Stern – I’ve worked in pediatrics for over 30 years, helping parents and their kids understand the importance of the gut biome, and why there is such a disconnect between gut health and our western diets. I’ve worked together with the Jetson team to formulate Jettie Melty Stix, a sugar-free, all natural, pre and probiotic powder to help encourage microbiome diversity during the most developmental stages of life. I’m going to give you the ins and outs of gut health in children, and why Jettie can make such an impact on a developing child’s gut microbiome.
April is IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome) Awareness Month. “But I don’t have IBS” I can hear 85% of you saying. And while that’s statistically true, it’s also true that many, many people have IBS-like symptoms that actually are something totally different.
There’s no doubt that a healthy gut is linked to substantial health benefits. In babies and children in particular, the microbiome has a substantial impact on the immune system, neurocognitive and emotional development. However, research also suggests that an unhealthy imbalance of good and bad bacteria may lead to autoimmune and inflammatory diseases (such as asthma and eczema), poor digestion and obesity. It’s crucial to create a healthy, diverse microbiome for your child through the introduction of probiotics.
Serotonin – the thing you’ve probably heard of, but don’t really understand. So let’s spend some time breaking down what it is, why it’s important, and how your gut plays a significant role in making sure you have enough.
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is an extremely common condition impacting the large intestine. There are a number of different treatment options and medications available for people with IBS one of which is taking probiotics for countering IBS symptoms.
Whenever there’s a discussion about gut health, two words get thrown around a lot: prebiotics and probiotics. But what’s essentially the difference between the two? We dive deeper into the distinction between prebiotics and probiotics.