New Chapter’s new line of shelf-stable probiotics include clinically studied strains of targeted probiotics in the amounts you need to help fully support your gut microbiome and replenish healthy flora. Here’s more about how their blends work.
VSL#3 was a proprietary probiotic formula that was recently discontinued. But the very same formulation is now available as Visbiome High Potency Probiotic. Here’s more about the transition.
Supplementing with fiber is a great way to contribute to your recommended daily dietary intake. We collected our fans’ favorite, most reliable fiber supplements to help you decide which one is right for you.
We’ve all experienced it: An instinctual “gut” response to a situation or even the feeling of being “heart-broken.” It turns out there’s a real reason for this: Along with our logical-thinking brain, we have two other “brains” that guide us.
The root cause of food intolerance is an inability to digest certain foods due to lack of an inherent digestive enzyme—resulting in digestive discomfort. That’s where supplemental digestive enzymes can be especially helpful.
Clinical studies with isolated berberine have shown significant success in the treatment of acute diarrhea, irritable bowel syndrome, type 2 diabetes, high blood pressure, elevated blood lipids, Alzheimer’s disease and cancer. Here’s more about how berberine can assist in these conditions.
Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is characterized by some combination of abdominal pain or distension; altered bowel function, constipation or diarrhea; flatulence, nausea or loss of appetite; and varying degrees of anxiety or depression.
Food intolerances are the most common cause of digestive discomforts such as occasional gas, bloating and indigestion. But it’s important to note that food intolerances are different from food allergies.