Though they sound similar and there’s only one letter of difference, probiotics and prebiotics are not the same thing, but they each are beneficial in different ways.
Simply put, candida is a dirty word. Candida is actually the scientific name for the fungus yeast, which can live everywhere – including in your body.
The good bacteria in our digestive tract – and there are billions of them – are important for digestion and immune health.
Going vegan can be an excellent choice because it makes you more conscious about the things you’re eating.
When talking about what a vegan can eat (answer: a lot of things), it’s probably better to first talk about what they can’t – or choose not to – eat.
Most of us celebrate the good ol’ U.S. of A the best way we know how: with food, flag colors and fun in the sun.
There’s a lot of things we should probably stay away from, like consuming excessive amounts of bacon, getting too much sun and having that fifth slice of deep dish pizza.
If you’re looking to lose weight or get healthier, dietary fiber is certainly the way to get there.
Probiotics are “good bacteria” which line the gut and intestines, aiding in proper digestion.
These days, we need all the help we can get when it comes to easing the stress of everyday life.