Bacillus coagulans – an effective probiotic

The first information on this strain of probiotic bacteria, isolated from coagulated milk powder, was published in 1915. According to the scientific description, it is a gram of a positive, oxygen-based rod that synthesizes lactic acid and has the ability to create extremely stable endospores. Bacillus coagulans has been used as an ingredient in food products and dietary supplements for many years. Read more

Inflammation of joints and the immune system

Disturbances in the functioning of the immune system cause inflammation that may arise, inter alia, in the hip, knee and other joints. An immune-mediated inflammation can lower the quality of life and lead to a significant reduction in physical activity. Many specialists believe that the sources of such ailments should be sought in the digestive system, which plays an important role in the proper functioning of the immune system. How, then, improve the health of the joints? Read more

What is the probiotics role for thyroid health?

Researchers and doctors say you can not have a healthy bowel without a healthy thyroid and vice versa. Both the thyroid gland and the intestine can be restored, but for the therapy to be successful, both areas must be dealt with at the same time. The production of hormones affects the functioning of the intestines, and the intestinal bacterial flora is important for the functioning of the thyroid gland. What is the function of probiotics in the treatment of thyroiditis? Read more

Why sugar harms health?

We all know the slogans that “sugar causes tooth decay”, “sugar causes obesity” and “sugar is addictive.” This is actually true, but it is only an introduction to a long list of health problems that are the result of excess sugar in the body. When consumed in large quantities, it damages the brain, liver, pancreas and can cause serious health problems! Is it true that sugar causes havoc in the body? Read more

Intestinal microflora and effective slimming

Metabolic syndrome is a condition of the body that usually precedes the disorder of glucose balance in the blood and includes, among others, deposition of fat around the hips and abdomen. Many people of all ages have problems with excess body fat in these areas. As a result, fatty tissue deposits are formed that can increase the risk of developing serious diseases. Read more