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March 7, 2012 | Nutrition, Stuff | 0 comments | Author:

Life Fitness Academy is now carrying Amasai. Amasai is a cultured milk beverage from Beyond Organic. Before you dismiss it because the word milk was mentioned, hang around and see why this product is different. Traditionally this fermented milk has … Continued

The Most Common Food Pathogens In The U.S.

April 30, 2011 | Learning, Nutrition | 0 comments | Author:

Of the most common food borne infections, half are found in poultry, pork, beef, and other meat products. A study, as noted by the Washington Post, showed the pathogens that have the greatest burden on society as a whole.

In order of ranking, the study found that the greatest burden economically was from campylobacter in poultry which sickens approximately 600,000 people per year and costs $1.3 billion. In second place was toxoplasma in pork, a nasty parasite that costs an approximate $1.2 billion per year. Third ranked was listeria in deli meats at a cool $1.1 billion a year. All told, the top ten pathogens tied to specific foods cost society approximately $8.1 billion in one year.

Probiotics: The untold truth

February 22, 2010 | Uncategorized | 0 comments | Author:

To get on the track toward building a solid foundation for your best health, I believe the best place to start is where good health begins – in your digestive tract.*

And the best way I’ve found is by introducing billions of tiny microflora (good bacteria) into your digestive system through the use of high quality probiotics.*But some probiotics don‚Äôt survive your stomach‚Äôs acidity and
others get damaged in the manufacturing process.*What happens is that the good bacteria go to work keeping your entire digestive system working at its peak while boosting the health of your immune system in the process.*

Eating Right Is The Best Way To Optimize Good Bacteria In Your Gut?

November 10, 2009 | Nutrition | 0 comments | Author:

Healthy eating, not supplements, is the best way to keep the good bacteria in your gut healthy, says a dietitian and researcher. As with vitamins, it’s best to get the bacteria you need from healthy food rather than taking often … Continued

Probiotics may help women regain their figures after pregnancy

May 8, 2009 | Nutrition | 0 comments | Author:

By Stephen Daniells, 07-May-2009 Related topics: Probiotics, Research, Probiotics and prebiotics, Maternal & infant health, Weight management Probiotic supplements during the first trimester of pregnancy may help women lose weight after the infant’s birth, say new findings presented today at … Continued

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