Signs your pet needs probiotics and enzymes: Part 2

My pet has been on medication When a pet has to be on any medication it will ALWAYS effect the good gut bacteria in the intestines in a bad way. We know that it is very important to follow your vet’s advice when medication is needed. Pets with compromised immune systems and those on any Read More


The good & bad bacteria in you

There’s a struggle going on in your body right now, and the participants are tireless, vigorous, and resourceful. It is a classic confrontation between two forces—good and bad—and in this case it’s between “good” or beneficial, friendly bacteria and “bad” or harmful, unfriendly bacteria. This struggle is based in your gastrointestinal tract, which covers a Read More

candida and weight

Is Candida Affecting Your Weight?

“I just don’t understand it,” says Bridgett, a forty-three-year-old real estate agent. “I cut back on calories, I’ve been exercising three to four times a week, and I’ve lost a few pounds, but I can’t seem to lose the bulge around my stomach. Even though I’ve lost weight, I still look terrible in a bathing Read More

workout with your pet

Do I Need Digestive Enzymes and Probiotics?

You’ve heard of digestive enzymes and probiotics. But do you need them? Do they really work together? If you have any of the following issues, you may need digestive enzymes and probiotics: Low energy levels Diarrhea, constipation, gas Heartburn after eating just about anything Indigestion and bloating after eating Food allergies including dairy intolerance Frequent bacterial Read More