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    07 Apr

    Avoid Sugar Alcohols To Protect Gut Health

    Posted by Natural Earth Health Products on Tuesday, April 07, 2015



    This article by The Healthy Home Economist is a great read on the blooming industry of alternative sweeteners called sugar alcohols and are derived from natural plant based sources. Read more

    26 Jan

    Understanding the Six Leading Causes of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)

    Posted by Natural Earth Health Products on Monday, January 26, 2015



    Whether you over indulged over Christmas or have a re occurring problem that you cant put your finger on the trigger of, digestive disorders are becoming more frequent.  Many people complain about painful bloating, constipation or diarrhea, or food reactions. IBS is often a label given to un-diagnosed problems. Read more

    20 Nov

    Do you have the Guts to be Healthy?

    Posted by Natural Earth Health Products on Thursday, November 20, 2014



    Well do you? Do you understand what it might take in today's day and age? I guess we should all start with a real grasp of what exactly is our microbiome and what is it that makes us have either a good, robust inner eco system or one that causes upset, systemic distress and inflammation in our bodies.  If you want better immunity, efficient digestion, improved clarity and balance, focus on rebuilding your gut health. Read more

    14 Nov

    Lactobacillus Research Update

    Posted by Natural Earth Health Products on Friday, November 14, 2014



    This is a great research update on Lactobacillus from the company that patented the FloraFerm process of fermented foods that we have in stock for you. Plant based fermented powders and liquids. The multi stage, organic fermentation using a mixed population of naturally occuring Lactobacillus bacteria and beneficial yeast.The process provides for successive fermentations such that competition effects contribute to selection of a dominant species, ensuring that high numbers of active, viable lactic acid bacteria are present. Read more