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Four Things to Know About Prebiotics Before You Buy

If you’re like most health-conscious individuals, you know that not all medications or supplements are created equal. Just because a medication or supplement has the same active ingredients does not mean they have the same effects. Research has shown that brand name and generic prescription drugs with the same active ingredient may have different effects.… Read more

Study Confirms Prebiotic Fiber Works For Weight Loss

fat mouseThe University of Calgary has confirmed in a recent study that oligofructose prebiotic fiber supplements allowed rats to gain 1/3 less weight than their peers. The study included rats who received a prebiotic fiber supplement along with their high fat and high sugar diet alongside a group eating the same diet minus the prebiotic fiber.… Read more

Mental and Physical Health: The Gut Plays a Larger Role Than We Once Thought

The scientific community has acknowledged the connection between physical health and bacteria in the gut. On the other hand, the role the gut plays in mental health has been less understood and researched.

However, results of recent studies show the gut plays a larger role in health — both physically and mentally.… Read more

Prebiotin Is a Taste for Life Supplement Essentials Award Winner

We are delighted to announce that Taste for Life named Prebiotin prebiotics as the best digestive health supplement for 2015! Taste for Life, a respected natural health publication and online resource, chose Prebiotin from a large field of competitors. As the most researched and independently tested prebiotic supplement on the market today, Prebiotin is proven to nourish the beneficial bacteria in your lower gut.… Read more

The 2015 Digestive Health Coaching Guide: Focus on Prebiotics

Digestive health is now in the mainstream. What do you tell your clients?

Within the last decade, the importance of digestive health went from the fringes of health and wellness straight to the heart of mainstream medicine. With the publication of a few seminal studies and reviews in peer-reviewed journals1,2,3,4, physicians are now prescribing prebiotics and probiotics as part of a comprehensive health care plan.… Read more

How to Create a Healthy Weight Management Program (Hint: It’s Easier Than You Think)

If you’re a registered dietitian or nutritionist that provides nutrition and diet counseling for weight management, you have probably spent most of your education and career learning how to be the best counselor you can be. Your training in weight management counseling equips you with the knowledge your clients need to succeed.… Read more

Smart Diet Swaps

Do you ever feel bloated after you prepare a home-cooked meal? How about tired, or even cranky? Everyday ingredients such as butter and refined sugar are some of the biggest diet busters around, and they also come with uncomfortable side effects: bloating, tiredness and others. Smart diet swaps can help you beat these side effects.… Read more

Dysbiosis: The Reason You’re Not Losing Weight

You’ve tried exercise. You’ve tried calorie restriction, fat restriction, high-protein, low-carb, etc. Perhaps you lost some weight, but eventually you gained it back. One of the most likely reasons that you’re not losing weight and keeping it off is because of something you’ve probably never heard of: dysbiosis.

What is Dysbiosis?

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Crush the Cravings

Cravings can ruin your weight loss journey. Find out how to crush those cravings once and for all! If you’ve decided to lose weight safely by following a healthy diet, congratulations on taking an important step that can change your life forever. However, everyone knows that sticking to a diet can be difficult, and it’s easy to derail your weight loss plans before you even get a chance to see results.… Read more

Struggling With Your Weight? Blame Biology.

The reason you're not losing weight is all biology's fault. | Prebiotin.com

Sadly, our bodies are designed to put on weight and keep it. Our biological systems use the calories we eat as efficiently as possible and then store whatever is left over as glycogen or fat. While this was great when food resources were scarce, Western societies are blessed (or cursed) with a tremendous number of calorie-dense food options.… Read more