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Healthy Probiotic Foods

One of the most common (and unpleasant) side effects many patients complain about when using prescription antibiotic drugs is antibiotic-associated diarrhea (AAD). [1] One possible countermeasure to this longstanding and potentially serious concern may lie in the use of probiotics. While this may sound like a common sense solution to natural and holistic healthcare experts, much of the mainstream medical community is just now catching on to the idea. [2] (more…)

You may have seen probiotic yogurt advertised as having "live active cultures." This indicates that the yogurt contains living, beneficial organisms intended to help your body with digestion. Many people wonder if there's any truth in that or if it's just a marketing ploy. Well, considering the nature of advertisers, you might be surprised to know that although "probiotics" has become a hot buzzword in health food advertising, it's not just a bunch of hype. In fact, probiotics do promote healthy digestion. What's not often discussed is that, like all […]

If you're into health food, you may have heard of kombucha. Kombucha is a lightly fermented tea which has achieved considerable popularity among the healthy eating crowd. Advocates claim it enhances cognition, stimulates immune function, supports weight loss, can be applied as a therapy for almost any ailment, and even promotes longevity. [1] [2] But, before you dive into your first cup, it's a good idea to know why it’s good and what to look out for. (more…)

Readers and clients often ask me about how they can lose weight around their mid-section. For most people, that is a consistently problematic area that doesn't seem to go away despite efforts with diet and exercise. Oftentimes, this extra weight comes from what we all know as the "beer belly." That unsightly pudge that comes with age is worsened by drinking too much alcohol and eating a variety of unhealthy/fatty foods, such as processed white flour, sugar, and foods low in fiber. The average can of beer contains 140 calories, […]