Powerful Probiotics

Powerful Probiotics

Probiotics are microorganisms found in fermented food, typically in yogurt. Consuming probiotics can provide a number of important benefits including:  lowering cholesterol, lowering blood pressure, preventing colon cancer, improving immune function, relieving diarrhea, reducing inflammation, improving mineral absorption, reducing Irritable bowel syndrome and colitis.
A new study found that a certain type of probiotic (Lactobacillus reuteri) reduces crying of colicky babies to almost a third of what it was. Children’s doses of this strain of probiotic are available in droplet form.

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2 Responses to “Powerful Probiotics”

  1. healthy lifestyle

    First off I would like to say superb blog! I had a quick question that I’d like to ask if you don’t mind.
    I was curious to know how you center yourself and clear
    your thoughts prior to writing. I’ve had a tough time clearing my thoughts in getting my ideas out there.
    I do enjoy writing however it just seems like the first 10 to 15
    minutes are lost just trying to figure out how to begin.
    Any suggestions or hints? Cheers!

    • chirolane

      Thank you for the compliment. First of all, I am overwhelmingly enthusiastic about my topics. When I study a topic long enough I have already written the blog entry in my mind so the words flow out. It takes a few drafts for some of the entries and I am not afraid to return to a piece and add to it later with new information or change the title so it is more interesting or daring (even humorous is good).

      Honestly, some topics are so new and I can only write based on one article or source of information so there is little more for me to do than put the information into my own words.

      Let me finish by asking you to find your own voice: (1) what do you want people to know? (2) who are you talking to: your audience? (3) What is the easiest way for you to explain your ideas (4) never write above the reading skill level of a fifth-grader (11 years old) – if you can write to them, then many more people will understand what you have to say.

      Always – never stop writing and improving.

      – Dr. Lane