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    Health and Wellness

    If You experience digestive issues or other health problems, it could be due to imbalances of the bacteria and other microbes (also known as the microbiota or gut flora) in your gut.

    BlueBiotics Ultimate Care is formulated with 11 probiotics which were specifically chosen to correct these imbalances.

    Turmeric is the spice that makes curry have its distinct yellow color. But turmeric is far more than just a cooking spice.


    Turmeric also has medicinal properties and people from all over the world are becoming aware of its health benefits. It just may be the most effective health supplement that you can get over the counter.

    If you’re interested in digestive enzymes, it’s probably because you want to improve your digestion, right? Addzyme does not disappoint in that department, as we scientifically formulated them to improve digestion.
    A surprising newcomer has been gaining popularity among anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, and all-natural health supplements. But as new as it is to Western medicine, this traditional spice, Turmeric, has actually been used in Ayurvedic medicine for thousands of years.
    Did you know that the majority of the population will start developing wrinkles between the ages of 30 and 35? The reason being is because the skin starts losing collagen around that time in your life.

    One surprising thing that few people know about probiotics is that they may benefit other parts of your body as well as your GI (gastrointestinal) tract. One of these you may not have even thought of. It’s a little-thought-of but very important part of our overall health and well being. What is it? Dental health.

    Did you know, that your body also thrives when it hosts colonies of probiotic yeasts? Our gastrointestinal tracts host many beneficial bacteria and other microbes. Some are more helpful than others, and some are only okay in very small amounts. When it comes to gut flora, balance is the key.