5 Things You Didn’t Know Probiotics Could Help With

Probiotics

I am a HUGE believer in probiotics, so much so that if I had to pick only one supplement to take, I’d choose probiotics because of their wide range of benefits.

We all know that probiotics are good for our digestive heath and support our immune system, and this is all wonderful and accurate, but how about all the other amazing things probiotics can help with?

I’m not talking about yogurt people; yes yogurt does have small amount of probiotics in it, but not nearly the amount we need on a daily basis.  Most yogurts on the market will have one strain of probiotics in minimal amounts and some are so laden with too much sugar and other artificial ingredients that it just cancels them out anyway.  Try looking for a multi strain probiotic that’s refrigerated best to find these at a health food store.

5 Things you Didn’t Know Probiotics Could Help With

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  1. Acne
  2. Bad Breath
  3. Allergies
  4. Depression
  5. Weight Loss

    Love and health to you all,
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    The views and opinions expressed in this blog are purely and entirely my own. I do not claim to be an expert on a certain topic, product or service.  I will only endorse companies, products and services that I believe, based on my own experiences, are worthy of endorsement.  I do not receive compensation for endorsing these products.  I also do not claim to be a health care provider and you should always check with your doctor before starting a health care regimen.

Why Can’t I Lose Weight? Here’s the Reason.

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Ever find yourself asking “why can’t I lose weight?”  Well there is one BIG reason why.. read on.

As many of you may know I am a nutrition nut and eating clean is very, very important to me.  I choose to shop at stores like Whole foods, Earth Fare, and my local co-op because these stores are committed to selling healthy, non-GMO, and organic foods from companies that care about our health and the health of the environment.

Let me tell you what you WON’T find in these stores- items labeled Low fat, reduced fat, diet and fat free.

Isn’t that odd?

This must mean that people who shop at these stores are overweight, right?  I mean how could they possibly be healthy if they are buying full fat foods?

Well, any food item you buy that has the words “low fat”, “reduced fat”, or “fat free” on the label is code for

ADDED SUGAR! Lots and lots of sugar! 

It’s not fat that makes us fat, It’s the sugar!!!

FAT is good for you, we just need to make sure we are eating good fats!

 

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Companies can add as much sugar as they want to a product and technically on the label advertise ‘NO Fat’, but when all this added sugar gets into our bodies the pancreas has to secrete insulin to bring our sugar levels down.

Insulin is the FAT producing hormone.

Companies have to replace this fat with sugar; otherwise the product would taste like absolute garbage

Are you following me?

If you are trying to be healthy and lose weight, the first thing you need to do is stop buying this ‘no fat’, ‘low fat’ junk!

 “One third of all women and one quarter of all men in the U.S are on a diet.” –Colorado University

Yet, diabetes, heart disease and obesity are all on the rise like never before… something doesn’t add up here.

There is much more that goes into living a healthy lifestyle of coarse but the first step you can take is eliminating this marketing scheme of ‘Fat Free’ and ‘diet’, because it’s not helping your cause, you are just getting fatter and sicker.

This is the facts.  If you want to learn more there is a great documentary on Netflix called Hungry for Change, it digs into this issue deeply and it’s a great watch!

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Health and Love to you all,
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Did you know probiotics can help you with your weight loss goals? Read more here.

 

The views and opinions expressed in this blog are purely and entirely my own.I do not claim to be an expert on a certain topic, product or service.
I will only endorse companies, products and services that I believe, based on my own experiences, are worthy of endorsement.  I do not receive compensation for endorsing these products.  I also do not claim to be a health care provider and you should always check with your doctor before starting a health care regimen.