Many parents are now turning to probiotics to give their child’s digestive system a boost. With a healthy digestive system, your child is more likely to maintain the best possible overall health.
Recent research suggests that fish oil supplementation in the first six months of an infants life helps to reduce the production of allergy-related mediators & increases levels of omega 3 fatty acids.
A member of the leafy green family, Kale has become extremely popular. Recent studies have shown that this plant is rich in fiber, protein & antioxidants, is quite tasty and can be prepared in many different ways. The amount of phytochemicals aids our bodies in detoxing, which helps protect us from disease.
Levels of serotonin, also known as the 'happy hormone' are regulated by the amount of bacteria in the gut during early life, according to new research in mice. The study - published in Molecular Psychiatry shows how normal adult brain function depends on the presence of gut microbes during development.
In the search to find ways to lessen the transmission of foodborne disease from poultry products, researchers in Spain and Finland have found that probiotic products used by humans helped to reduce colonisation of the chicken gut with Campylobacter bacteria. According to researchers from Spain & Finland, probiotics used for humans showed promise at decreasing the colonisation of the chicken gut with Campylobacter.
A new study has found a link between bowel diseases & processed foods. A diet high in milk fats has been linked to severe stomach diseases. Milk fats are a type of fat found in many processed foods.