A Systemic review of the Effect of Probiotics on Central Nervous System Functions

A Systemic review of the Effect of Probiotics on Central Nervous System Functions in Animals and Humans has provisionally concluded that B. longum, B. breve, B. infantis, L. helveticus, L. rhamnosus, L. plantarum, and L. casei were most effective in improving CNS function, including psychiatric disease-associated functions (anxiety, depression, mood, stress response) and memory abilities. Doses between 10 Billion - 100 Billion CFU in durations of 2 weeks...

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Soul Talk

  • What being healthy really means.
  • 3 misconceptions that we have about health.
  • The negative effect of consuming GMOs.
  • 5 foods that supercharge people.
  • Why probiotics are beneficial to your health.
  • 3 keys to health for the next generation.

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How to Stop Outsourcing Your Health to Doctors, Understand Gut Bacteria, and the Importance of Mushrooms to your Diet

How to Stop Outsourcing Your Health to Doctors, Understand Gut Bacteria, and the Importance of Mushrooms to your Diet w/ Adam Ian & Christina Afentoulis from Elemental Wizdom  — The Bledsoe Show #108

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Unplug From Sugar and Thrive

Are you reaching for sugar to give you a bit of energy, or do you just feel blah and need a reboot?


Do you need a new mindset to replace the negative thoughts in your head about your body and health?

Are you in need of a community of people all committed to unplugging from sugar, to give you the support you need to make big...

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THEFULLEST.COM YES, YOU SHOULD BE TAKING A HUMAN-DERIVED PROBIOTIC 06.24.2018 / Michelle Pellizzon / Mind | Body

Opinions really do vary widely from doctor to doctor, simply because there isn’t much “very strong” academic evidence that supports the use of daily probiotics in healthy people… although there is some promising research that suggests regular probiotic use could support gut healing and perhaps tame symptoms of autoimmune issues.

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