October 05, 2015
As soon as the kids have gone back to school, it doesn’t seem like much time passes at all before it’s Halloween, then it’s Thanksgiving and before you know it, the Christmas Holiday season is upon us. Hey just a minute, where did the year go?
Every year, we go through the same routine, yet every year we put ourselves through the same stress. All that rushing around, making sure everyone’s happy, content and well-fed, just to do it all over again next year. We say we’re not going to do it again this year, but we do.
The holiday season is fun for the whole family, but all that running around can wreak havoc on your wellbeing, even derail you from your year-long good intentions, and the last thing you need is not to feel up to par or worse, come down with the holiday blues. One way you can minimize your stress level, is to plan ahead and keep a journal of any shortcuts, tips or hints you pick up throughout the year. Or you can follow some of our examples.
No doubt the holidays are so much fun, but you don’t want to wear yourself out so that you’re completely frazzled. Supplementing with a daily probiotic will give you a healthy balance of friendly probiotic bacteria in your gut to help keep your immune system in tiptop shape. Probiotics can also help you digest and break down food, which may be useful if you do overindulge or are feeling particularly stressed.
August 13, 2019
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We often get asked when is the best time to take probiotics – morning, evening, before or after food. Taking probiotics at any time is better than not taking them at all, of course, but taking probiotics at the right time can optimize the health benefits of this supplement. Staying on a regular routine can be difficult for some people, as hectic lifestyles can make it hard to do anything at the same time each day. Other people take so many medications that they simply add probiotics to the handful of pills they already take, with little regard as to.... [Read More...]
July 08, 2019
What is Fibromyalgia?
Fibromyalgia is a long-lasting or chronic disorder that causes muscle pain and an overall feeling of tiredness. People with this condition experience pain and tenderness throughout many parts of their body. It is often associated with other chronic conditions such as Chronic fatigue syndrome, endometriosis, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), rheumatoid arthritis, lupus and more. Anyone can get this but it does occur more frequently in women and often starts in middle age.