Ringing in a Healthy New Year with Billions of Friendly Flora – rawguru.com

Ringing in a Healthy New Year with Billions of Friendly Flora

January 1st is right around the corner, which means many of us are reflecting on our health, happiness and what habits we want to change in the new year. After-all, there is something so energizing and inspiring about a fresh start. Many of us will reflect on ways we can improve our health, feel better, and take better care of ourselves in 2016. When it comes to simply habits that pack the most punch, little else can compare to the positive effects of probiotics. While the importance of exercise and eating right should never be overlooked, neither should the microbiological balance within the GI tract - it can impact everything from our ability to fight off pathogens, to the efficiency of our digestion and absorption of nutrients - even our moods and hormone balance. The trillions of probiotic bacteria living within our digestive system make up around 80% of our body's overall immune response, showcasing that while microscopic in size, probiotics certainly play a pivotal role in keeping us well.

Ready to implement a solid probiotic regime in your wellness strategy or 2016? Lucky for YOU we have so many options from our brand Sunbiotics - from probiotic-enhanced almond and raw chocolate snacks, to actual supplements that offer an even heftier dose of probiotics. We recommend taking either our Sunbiotics organic probiotic supplements every day, along with foods that contain friendly flora, such as our Probiotic-Enhanced Almond Snacks and Chocolate Bars, as well as other cultured foods that are naturally rich with probiotics such as kefir, kombucha, coconut yogurt, and unpasteurized miso or sauerkraut.

We Were Featured!

We're not the only ones with probiotics on our brain right now. Head over to Well&Good NYC.com for 7 Ways Your Favorite Foods Are Getting Gut Friendly - they were kind enough to include our Sunbiotics Truffle Salt Almonds in the rundown!

Direct link: http://wellandgood.com/2015/12/18/7-gut-friendly-probiotic-foods/

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