Your Stress is Wreaking Havoc on Your Digestion

Stress really takes a toll on your body. But have you ever considered that it can even affect your digestion? According to medical experts, stress can affect every part of the digestive system. In fact, the great German writer and philosopher, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe believed that the gut was the root of all human… Read more »

Heartburn and Late Night Eating

Reflux is on the rise affecting an estimated 20 percent of Americans. Symptoms include heartburn, indigestion, postnasal drip, hoarseness, difficulty swallowing and even coughing and asthma. Sales of both prescribed and over-the-counter remedies exceed $13 billion dollars annually. Current research suggests that our eating routines may have as much to do with these uncomfortable symptoms… Read more »

Why You Should Pack Probiotics When Traveling

We all know what it’s like to get sick when traveling. Whether it’s a cold or the stomach bug, being sick can really put a damper on your vacation plans. You can try to build up your immunity before you leave, but often times we’re exposed to different germs and environments, leaving us defenseless. Probiotics… Read more »

Stuff the Turkey, Not Yourself

Tips to Avoid Holiday Overeating The most wonderful time of the year is fast approaching. But let’s face it. While these upcoming celebrations will be full of good cheer, they can also make our waistbands feel uncomfortably snug and the dreaded heartburn flair. Did you know that during the holiday season, the average American gains… Read more »

The Secret of Time Release Micro-Pearls

Probiotic Basics reaches deep into your intestinal tract alive. Others don’t. Let us explain… Gas, bloating, irregularity, weakened immune system, malabsorption of nutrients, yeast growth and other health and digestive problems affect many of us on a regular basis. Probiotics help restore the beneficial gut bacteria that may have been depleted as a result of… Read more »

Three Reasons You Should be Taking Probiotics

You know probiotics are good for digestion, but there are many more benefits of these healthy, “good” bacteria. Here are three good reasons you should be taking probiotics. Weight Loss – A new meta-analysis published in the International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition provides compelling evidence of probiotic consumption and weight loss. Researchers looked… Read more »

Eat What You Love with NuZymes Plus

Nu-Zymes Plus is a 100% natural multi-enzyme nutritional supplement for improving digestion and staying regular. Each serving consists of two easy-to-swallow capsules that contain seven different digestive enzymes as well as Lactobacillus Acidophilus, a probiotic. Nu-Zymes Plus does not include artificial colors, sweeteners or chemicals. Eat what you love with NuZymes Plus! You’ve likely heard… Read more »

Four of the Worst Foods for Reflux

Acid reflux is a very common symptom of burning pain felt internally around the lower chest area, caused by stomach acid flowing back up the esophagus. Occasional reflux happens to almost everyone.  But millions of people suffer from Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), defined by acid reflux occurring more than twice a week. It is painful… Read more »

Five Reasons You Should Be Taking Digestive Enzymes

If you suffer from gastrointestinal distress (ie. gas, bloating, heartburn, constipation, etc.), you’re not alone. More than 100 million Americans experience digestive difficulties. Digestive enzymes can help by keeping your gut healthy. They are vital to the digestive process and work to break down the food we eat, so our bodies can absorb nutrients from… Read more »

How Enzymes and Probiotics Work Together to Improve Digestion

Many people with gastrointestinal disorders have found comfort in taking digestive enzymes and probiotics together. Friendly bacteria (probiotics) and enzymes are both located in the digestive tract. In fact, healthy bacteria in our bodies actually produce certain enzymes to assist with digestion. Often, supplementation of both enzymes and probiotics are needed to provide optimal digestion and… Read more »