Probiotics Could Shorten Common Cold

A recent study conducted by the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey has found that probiotics can reduce the length of a cold in 18-to 25-year-olds, potentially changing the way UW Oshkosh students treat their colds.

According to Pamella MacWilliams,the school nurse, probiotics are regularly prescribed in conjunction with antibiotics in order to restore gastrointestinal health, which antibiotics tend to disrupt.


What you may NOT know about Grapefruit and Drugs

Most people know that grapefruit and grapefruit juice can interfere with medications, but did you know that you might have to wait as long as 24 to 48 hours before taking a drug after having the fruit?

Grapefruit inhibits the important intestinal enzyme CYP3A4, which is needed to break down many medicines properly.

What you may NOT know about Grapefruit and Drugs<br />


Losing Weight is Linked to Probiotics

Losing weight is a frustrating endeavor that leaves men and women with troubling problem areas around their waist & thighs. Unfortunately, there are all sorts of companies that seek to take advantage of people who don’t know how to lose stomach fat by offering potentially dangerous supplements & fad products.

Loosing Weight is Linked to Probiotics



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