Many people are scared to drink Milk Kefir since it contains Streptococcus strains. They fear giving their child Strep Throat. They also fear they will feed the pathogens which cause PANDAS (Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric disorders associated with Streptococcal infections) or PANS (Pediatric Acute-onset Neuropsychiatric Syndrome) symptoms. Clarifying the concerns eliminates any confusion.
Dr. David Perlmutter says, […]
Fermented fish provides a plethora of probiotic strains.
Nutrients says, “Lactic acid bacteria (LAB) consist of homo and hetero-lactic acid organisms, and are a broad category of bacteria, including Lactobacillus, Streptococcus, Enterococcus, Lactococcus and Bifidobacterium, with the ability to produce lactate primarily from sugars. They are among the most commercially used bacteria […]
Beet kvass is a probiotic drink so common in the country of Moldova that there are kvass vending machines on city streets. You put your coin in the machine, pick your kvass flavor and the machine squirts your flavored kvass into a glass sitting on a shelf in the middle of the machine. […]
“We now have very good information of where this inflammation is starting and what’s driving the diseases,” says Microbiologist who specializes in Molecular Medicine Kiran Krishnan. They also have information as to what shows the fastest results when supporting the body for repair.
“The mucous layer is 150 times bigger, in terms of […]
There are few food items that scream fall like Pumpkin Spice flavored treats. The problem with so many of them is they are filled with loads of sugar and processed ingredients. This Pumpkin Spice Kombucha is both satisfying and nourishing.
In a half gallon jar, put 15 ounces of pumpkin, 1 tablespoon […]
Prebiotics and postbiotics are enhancers to our digestive system, encouraging optimum life to probiotics, bacteria or yeasts, that feed the microflora in our intestinal tract.
Prebiotics are probiotic enhancers such as inulin (a chicory fructan) and fructooligosaccharides, which occur naturally in garlic, onion, leeks, asparagus, chicory, bananas, and artichokes or other items […]
“In terms of what to look for in a probiotic supplement, read the label so that you are assured you’re getting a viable number of organisms, that these things really (are) alive. You can buy a product that says this product has 30 billion cfus, colony forming units, at the time of manufacture. That doesn’t […]
“Stress is a great strainer. It consumes nutrients at an alarming rate. Many people get ill after a stressful time. Go back to intro. They will get all the necessary nutrients on the second stage of the diet,” Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride said in Session Two at the Weston A. Price Annual Convention in 2015.
“Bacteria have been discovered in our guts that depend on one of our brain chemicals for survival. These bacteria consume GABA, a molecule crucial for calming the brain, and the fact that they gobble it up could help explain why the gut microbiome seems to affect mood,” says New Scientist.
They go on to say, […]
Self regulated food industry is allowed to acknowledge food ingredients as GRAS (generally recognized as safe) up to 2.5% of the ingredients. These ingredients are not required to be listed on the label of ingredients.
This includes toxic exposure to plastics in food, chemical preservatives as well as insect parts.
“The Food and Drug Administration […]
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