Histamine is widely known as a substance that contributes to allergies, asthma, eczema, and coughs.
S. cerevisiae, also known as Brewer’s or Baker’s yeast, has great nutritional properties. It also has proven probiotic properties – it’s good for the skin and wound healing and combats various infections.
L. brevis has many beneficial effects. It improves dental health, boosts immunity, helps with IBS and degrades various toxins. It also may improve sleep and allergies.
L. casei has antioxidant effects. This probiotic combats stress, boost immunity, reduces inflammation, ameliorates arthritis and type 2 diabetes, and combats breast, colorectal and other types of cancer.
L. plantarum has an astonishing amount of health benefits. This probiotic reduces anxiety, lowers both blood pressure and cholesterol, combats allergies and cancer, reduces wrinkles and improves skin hydration.
The health benefits of Quercetin have been recognized for as long as 3,500 years. The people of antiquity put great value on the Quercetin-rich pomegranate juice as an elixir of good health. Nowadays, Quercetin supplements can be purchased at very little expense and can provide enormous benefits to those wanting to heal or optimize their health.
In this post, we will explore the science to reveal the full range of benefits that Quercetin offers, before hinting at the best ways in which you can get extra Quercetin into your diet and supplement regime.
Grape seed extract is one of the most profound and well researched anti-inflammatory compounds and…
Probiotics are amazing. Not only do they improve our GI tract, they also balance the immune system, fight infections and allergies and improve our mood and cognitive function. Read on to learn how these “good bacteria” enhance our mood, combat stress and help with obesity and diabetes.