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Global Prebiotics Market Analysis, Segment, Trends and Forecasts To 2020: Grand View Research, Inc

Global prebiotics market is expected to reach USD 5.75 billion by 2020, according to a new study by Grand View Research, Inc. Positive outlook on dairy consumption, coupled with surging demand for sugar and fat free products owing to increased concerns over obesity is expected to augment the demand for prebiotics over the forecast period. 307 more words



By: Nikki Nies

Prebiotics are not synonymous with probiotics. While probiotics are the healthy bacteria found in cultured dairy foods, prebiotics are fermentable fibers that helps feed healthy bacteria in the gut. 226 more words

Nikki Nies

Spotlight on Fermented (aka Cultured) Veggies

As I listened to the excellent speakers that participated in the gut summit, one of the themes that stood out for me was the health benefits of eating fermented or cultured vegetables and how they contribute to your gut health. 441 more words

Food Choices

Did You Know...

Antibiotics and poor nutrition can affect GI balance?

Digestion Plus

Each single-serving stick packet contains a mild-flavored powder that can be added to any cold or room temperature liquid. 46 more words


Prebiotics..Probiotics...What's the difference????

The difference is……

Probiotics are “good” bacteria that help keep your digestive system healthy by controlling growth of harmful bacteria. Prebiotics are carbohydrates that cannot be digested by the human body. 186 more words

Food And Nutrition

Maintaining a Happy, Healthy Gut

You’ve probably noticed the recent increase in fermented foods found in the Natural Food section of your favorite grocery store.  Specialty shops are brimming with expensive gourmet food items such as organic yogurt, kefir, kombucha, and kimchi touting the benefit of fermented foods.  334 more words

Healthy People

A fat bug?

Here’s a shocker you might not know – you have more bacteria living in your gut than you have cells in your entire body! Makes you think doesn’t it! 476 more words