Gut Health and Immunity Supplements
What's the difference between probiotics and prebiotics
Posted by Harrison Evans on
Probiotics and prebiotics work together to help maintain proper gut health function and rebalance the bad bacteria in our gut. You don't need to take a prebiotic with your probiotic for it to work. However, it can help give your gut the boost it needs to function and maintain a healthy balance between good and bad bacteria. When you prioritize both, it can lead to positive health benefits that can help lead to a better quality life. Let’s take a look at both of their functions and how they work together, so you can start prioritizing them in your...
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How Probiotics Can Be Used To Improve Athletic Performance
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Boosting Your Immune System with Enzyme Drinks
Posted by Eric Lancaster on
Enzymes are essential when it comes to a healthy digestive system. However, they also play a part in supporting a healthy immune system. Enzymes are secreted by the digestive organs to assist in breaking down carbohydrates, fats and proteins. They also contribute in absorbing the nutrients released from those components and eliminate what cannot be used. Without enzymes, the food we eat for breakfast lunch and dinner would just sit in our stomachs and slowly rot. There are several different kinds of enzymes that each have specific roles: those that break down fat, handle carbohydrates, and work on proteins. Enzymes...