The human body is also home to millions of these microbes, also called microorganisms. Some microbes make us sick, others are important for our health.
Colon cancer is cancer that occurs in the colon. Screening is very important because colon cancer is the second leading cause of death globally. During this Colon Cancer Awareness Month, we share information and evidence-based approaches that can help and encourage people at higher risk of colon cancer to get screened!
Many parents can confirm that a happy tummy means a happy child. A healthy digestive system and smooth bowel movements can not only help to improve a child’s mood, but also benefit a strong immune system.
Multiple strains can have synergistic effects and provide a wider range of immune health benefits. What is truly important is the quality and safety of the strains – strains that have shown clinical efficacy in clinical studies.
Cancer patients, particularly colorectal cancer (CRC) patients, are known to suffer from complications during and after treatment such as diarrhoea, abdominal pain, bloating and constipation which result in malnutrition and significantly reduced quality of life. Good news is: Studies have shown that consumption of microbial cell preparation (MCP) comprising of beneficial bacteria may be very useful for people with CRC!
Taking The Lid Off The Beneficial Bacteria Debate - Probiotics and Health Supplements vs Yoghurts and Fermented Food Products
How To Spot The Signs Of Poor Gut Health And Stop It In It's Tracks.
Do you know that our body has more microbial cells than human [...]
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