If you are eager about natural supplementation, you will most certainly have heard of Garden of Life products. This product line has been rather controversial, with health claims that are sure to convince you to go ahead and buy them. Here is some information about GOL (Garden Of Life) Products, and what they can do for you & your health.
Taylor Wallace & fellow researchers have written an article the was published in The Journal of Nutrition Reviews in July 2011. It is a very helpful in bringing practitioners up to date as to the evidence-based use of probiotics, particularly with respect to their potential application in clinical practice.
A novel vitamin D bioavailability test was employed by Boston Medical Center researchers investigating vitamin D deficiency in Crohn’s patients. Their findings are published online ahead of print in the Journal of Inflammatory Bowel Diseases, the official journal of the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation of America.
Darla Rewers from Seattle, Washington, gives some sound advice on how to help pets with digestive issues:
- A sprinkle of culinary fennel added to the food can cure flatulence.
- A small amount of organic plain yogurt or canned pumpkin in food can help solidify loose stool.
- Probiotics, especially dog and cat specific Enterococcus species, and prebiotics that feed gut cells such as acacia fiber or pumpkin, also help stop diarrhea and heal irritated digestive tracts.
Ecology Health Center has focused on education about digestive conditions, treating the ecology of the bowel, i.e treating the environment within. No matter what the cause, or what the name of the disease pattern is, natural microbiota (probiotics) are extremely important in maintaining a healthy digestive tract.