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COVID-19 Immunity Prebiotics in the News
Recent COVID-19 Study: Gut Bacteria May Relate to Disease Severity

Once again, gut bacteria could be the culprit in a major illness. Scientists have recently determined how ill you become with COVID-19 and how many persistent symptoms you experience is linked to the composition of your gut. Improving your gut health may be a vital step to reduce your vulnerability to the virus and other diseases.

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COVID-19 Immunity
Coronavirus and the Importance of a Strong Immune System

We are now many months into the most devastating pandemic that much of our generation has seen, the disease known as Covid-19. Quarantining, lock-downs, social distancing, all the mitigating efforts we have undertaken to keep this virus at bay, have brought us to where we are today. The numbers are frightening...

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Gut-Brain Connection Immunity
Military Gut Microbiome: Unique and Universal

Retired 27 year USN Veteran, Now a Doctor of Natural Medicine Explains “Give yourself permission to achieve your best health possible!” — Guest Blog by Dr. Gerda Edwards, PhD, DNM, FDN Our chronic health challenges are on the rise, affecting at least one of every two of us Americans today. This statistic could include you, a family member, friend, co-worker, or someone you meet in your daily activities..  What if I told you that keeping your immune system healthy with a targeted regimen of probiotics and a maintenance dose of prebiotics can prevent or correct some of those health challenges?

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Immunity
Seasonal Allergies, Asthma, and Your Gut Health

Seasonal allergies and related asthma can really ruin your day. Red, itchy watery eyes, sneezing, ear pain, a runny nose, coughing, wheezing, labored breathing, and fatigue can all be a major barrier to enjoying your life—or even functioning effectively in any setting, from work to family time. You take medications that may help a little, use an inhaler, or avoid the outdoors all together, with plenty of time to wonder why your body is reacting so severely, while people around you don’t even have a sniffle.…  

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