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The benefits of goat milk for dogs are touted to range from helping with tummy issues (pups need probiotics too), relieving allergies (by fighting yeast), and curbing arthritis and joint pain (the milk is said to reduce inflammation).
New lines have interesting mixes of fruit and nuts, and some producers are experimenting with millennial-friendly additions like probiotics and chia seeds.
Dear sister, Spirits were low in the medic tent as supplies of probiotics and arnica dwindle.
To make their sensor, engineers and biologists turned to a bacterium commonly sold as a probiotic in Europe.
But this slightly gross disk of slime is also a wonderfully magical mass of bacteria and yeast that turns plain old tea and sugar into a fizzy, fermented sip of awesomeness loaded with antioxidants, B vitamins, and probiotics.
Examples of physical issues and probiotics used to address them: Irritable bowel syndrome: VSL#3, which contains Lactobacillus, Bifidobacterium and Streptococcus strains.
Some researchers see potential in probiotics, but the case for them requires more investigation, and there are no established protocols for how much or what strains to consume for various purposes.
Prebiotics feed the bacteria already in your gut, while probiotics are live bacteria that are good for your digestive system.
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