Probiotics for children: your questions answered

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.

How probiotics can help with IBS

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is an extremely common condition impacting the large intestine. Irritable bowel syndrome affects between 25 and 45 million Americans, most of them are women. Symptoms include everything from …

Gut Health and Hemorrhoids

Don’t worry—as uncomfortable as hemorrhoids are, they can be managed or even eliminated with proper care. This includes attention to diet, a rebalancing of the gut microbiome, and lifestyle changes.