Your microbiome health affects everything in your life…your work, your family, your favorite activities. Do you wish you could do more and feel better? We focus on helping you achieve a lifetime of great gut health with our premier prebiotic fiber.
Emulsifiers in Food Raise Concerns: Part 1
In the last few years, a growing number of research studies indicate that common emulsifiers like carboxymethylcellulose, polysorbate 80, and carrageenan, to name just a few, may not be “benign” additions to processed foods. These food additives have been linked to changes in the gut bacteria that can lead to system-wide inflammation, contributing to a wide range of health concerns, from high blood pressure to inflammatory bowel disease and cancer.
Annie Cooper just celebrated her 17th birthday and currently attends a high school in Arizona. Her day usually begins by eating a healthy breakfast and going to a school where she was chosen to shadow doctors at Mayo Hospital. In this program she is able to learn directly about the dynamics of a hospital and see what it’s really like to be a physician in today’s world.
After school, Annie coaches young children in basketball and soccer. And while her schedule is busy, she still makes time to take walks by the mountain in her neighborhood, often with her two dogs, and create healthy meals for herself and her family.
Annie is the daughter of Greg Cooper, Prebiotin’s Director of Business and Product Development, who enjoys over 30 highly successful years in the natural “channel.” She has grown up eating healthy foods and following a healthy lifestyle.
Annie’s videos are all proudly self-made, and she creates, produces, directs and stars in about two per month, in addition to her busy life! Prebiotin is honored to have her on our team!!
Prebiotin’s website has a wealth of microbiome gut health information just waiting for you… Curious about the fiber content in your favorite foods? Trying to incorporate more prebiotic rich food in your diet? Our Prebiotin Academy has great information as does our Blog.
Skipping the Hype
At Prebiotin Prebiotic, we don’t believe in peppering and pestering you with too many emails. Our small but enthusiastic and dedicated team doesn’t try to provide content that will be “all things to all people.” There are many great lifestyle newsletters and websites that can provide blogs and posts on everything possible!
Our goal is to provide you with key, practical information about your gut health, and the role that Prebiotin Prebiotic Fiber can play in helping you with your gut issues such as improving your total digestive health, immune system, helping alleviate IBS, metabolic issues and weight loss, energy and regularity, and much, much more, as our research shows.
Our product ingredient, chicory root, is simple and elegantly effective.
Our guiding Value is to treat our customers, affiliates and Prebiotin team members as we would want to be treated: with honesty, respect, compassion and transparency.
This is Bruce’s Story…
I had the good fortune to meet Dr. Jackson. I explained my symptoms to him and he suggested I try Prebiotin. After a couple of weeks, my symptoms were gone, and I have been taking Prebiotin ever since with excellent results. I have been recommending it to friends and family. Each person who has tried Prebiotin has been impressed with the results.
“Jackson GI Medical is dedicated to the responsible development and marketing of medically credible nutritional supplements in an all-too-often irresponsible marketplace. We back our product with third-party medical research, and emphasize no-nonsense, no-hype educational materials on our site. A nutritionally-aware customer is our favorite customer, so please contact us if you have any suggestions.”
– Founder, Frank W. Jackson, MD
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