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Why Do I Feel Terrible After Eating?

For something we do every day, most people don’t think too hard about how digestion works. Food goes in one end and out the other. It all works out, right? Sometimes it does! Let’s talk about the times it does not. 

How to know if my probiotics are working

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.

Do I have IBS or is it something else?

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.

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. 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.

Everything about probiotics and constipation

As the most common digestive health-related complaint, constipation is the reason behind 2.5 million outpatient clinic visits in the U.S. every year. Apart from the severity of symptoms ranging from bloating to dry, hard or lumpy stools, pain during defecation, and loss of appetite, the cost of treating constipation with laxatives can often run into billions of dollars.