Your microbiome is a stable environment, but not static which means change involves consistency and time. Some people will see results in as little as a few days, while for others it may take several weeks.
The gut microbiome (AKA your community of tiny organisms on the inside) is really important for health. We know this because research has shown us over and over again… with links made between loads of health conditions and the state of your gut. So what happens when we take antibiotics?
They have varied strengths and benefits. Some, such asL. acidophilus, can treat urinary tract infections whileL. rhamnosusis a great choice for allergies. This is one of the reasons we recommend different blends for different age groups. OurBroad Spectrum Baby Probioticcontains strains specifically selected for childhood illnesses or colonising a healthy immune system base, while theCoconut Plusaddresses more grown up concerns.
The microbiome plays a key role in longevity. From helping us to age more gracefully to managing common age-related issues, emerging research suggests that if you want to extend the length and health of your life (and look good while doing it) microbiome support may just be the missing piece.
The sun is out and it’s time to get social. Enjoy it! Eat, drink and be merry. In the interest of balance, we also recommend you enjoy these 5 seasonal gut friendly foods that are good for your tribe on the inside.
Since life doesn’t stop for bad weather, immunity can be a challenge. Sick kids, not enough sunshine and mid-year stress all play their role. While calling it a day with a one-way ticket to Noosa sounds mighty fine right now, there are ways to strengthen your immunity.
The microbes in your gut operate like a second brain, sending out signals and doing clever things to help you absorb food and to function well. Which is lovely of them. So how do we support this? With both prebiotics and probiotics, of course.