For those afflicted with IBS, the symptoms – to put it mildly – suck. They range from milder, everyday inconveniences like bloating and gas, to more significant problems like terrible stomach cramping, urgent diarrhea, and even constipation (wait, you’re telling me IBS sufferers get BOTH? Yes).
Jetson Probiotics Skin is one of the only probiotics on the market that is formulated specifically for skin health, not just skin care. This new formulation contains 8 probiotic strains proven to benefit skin health. We’re also the first to introduce Solarplast, a revolutionary new antioxidant derived from spinach that slows cell damage from free radicals.
Here’s the thing: keeping your gut microbiome balanced takes consistent effort. Achieving optimal gut health doesn’t come from 30 days of probiotic supplements and kombucha. Just like us, our gut microbiome is continually evolving – which means it needs to be continually exposed to beneficial bacteria (so the bad bacteria never becomes too powerful).
What is leaky gut? What are the symptoms of leaky gut and what food to eat and avoid to heal leaky gut? Read along to know everything about leaky gut.
Today on the blog, Erin – Jetson’s Customer Service and Operations Manager – is taking over to kick off our New Year, Happier You health challenge. Erin will be sharing why she began her health journey in the first place, tips and tricks for starting strong, and how she lost over 65 pounds in one year with no fad diets, programs or unrealistic goals.
We explore probiotic supplement benefits, foods rich in probiotics, recommended probiotic strains & touch upon if probiotics are safe while breastfeeding.
This week on the blog, the Jetson Gut Council got together to share what you need to know about Immunity, our probiotics for immune health. From strain benefits, to the overall importance of preventative measures – they’re getting you prepared for cold and flu season.
This week, Atlas Biomed took over the blog to talk about what happens when your kids go on antibiotics, and how probiotics can help.
As parents, we want the very best for our children, especially when it comes to the foods they’re putting into their bodies. Nutrition is essential for providing growing bodies with everything they need to reach their full potential. It’s common knowledge that one of the best ways to keep our kids healthy is by limiting sugar and processed foods, and making sure they eat a diet rich in fresh fruit and vegetables, lean protein, dairy and wholegrains. If you’ve got picky eaters, this is easier said than done. Which is why many parents turn to probiotic enriched yogurt to sneak beneficial bacteria and nutrients into their diet without having to deal with a temper tantrum.
The 1,000 is the first 1,000 days between the moment of conception and age 2. In the scientific community, it is considered the most profound period in nutrition and development. What a child eats in this window will determine their health for the rest of their life. Known as a ‘golden opportunity,’ there are three factors known to contribute to early brain development: reduction of toxic stress, the presence of a strong social support and secure attachment, and the provision of optimal nutrition.