Kombucha is thought to potentially provide probiotics, or "good" bacteria, that can improve digestion, boost the immune system, reduce inflammation, prevent leaky gut syndrome, and much more. All the publicity surrounding kombucha and its associated health benefits leads to the question: how much of it is legitimate?
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What is microbiome health? Your gut microbiome is composed of trillions of microbes that can be helpful, harmful, or neutral. Pathogenic, or disease-promoting, microbes can contribute to conditions like depression, IBS, IBD, leaky gut, and chronic fatigue. Symbiotic microbes can benefit you in a multitude of ways, including boosting your immune system and improving your digestive health. Diversifying and balancing the bacteria in your gut with a tailored probiotic is a key way to take action in promoting good microbiome health.
There is so much to learn about how your gut bacteria interacts with your body, including your brain, and how supplementing with precision probiotics can improve your health and wellness. Get started with one of our blog posts below.
We’ve been led to believe that artificial sweeteners, like those in diet sodas, are “healthy” and that natural sweeteners like honey, maple syrup, and agave are not because of their high fructose content. Are artificial sweeteners the answer to the health problems that can come from a sugar-rich diet? The truth is not so black and white.
Gluten this, gluten that. These days, it seems that everyone considers cutting gluten out of their diet. Others are forced to do so because their body reacts violently to the wheat protein.