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Pre-Pregnancy Planning

May 6, 2018
pre

Are you thinking about starting or expanding your family? Congratulations! That big decision deserves some celebration! The weeks or months between now and when you have a positive pregnancy test are very important for you and the father-to-be. There are important things for both of you to do to make sure your bodies are as healthy as possible before pregnancy. Why the men too? At conception, 50 percent of the DNA is from the father, so his health really matters!…

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Health Travel

No Fridge? No Problem.

May 1, 2018
travel

Spring has sprung and summer travel plans are calling. The open road beckons. Exotic destinations, new experiences, new foods, new…digestive challenges? Don’t let digestive issues cramp your style just when you’re getting into the flow of being on the road. Just slip one of our shelf-stable probiotic formulas into your daypack and let them work their magic. Probiotics and their packaging have come a long way in terms of potency and temperature stability, so there’s no need to pack along…

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Hit the Road (to Health)

June 3, 2016
Road Trip

Long summer days were made for road tripping, and while this may conjure up images of greasy-spoon diners and roadside ice cream stands, hitting the road doesn’t have to leave health in the dust. Flora’s Complete Care Probiotics can help keep everything in balance with a full-spectrum blend of six strains of probiotics, professionally formulated to provide daily support for the maintenance of healthy bacteria and support gastrointestinal health.* What’s even better, convenient blister packs make traveling with these probiotics…

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C’mon Gut Healthy with Flora’s New Line of Probiotics!

March 7, 2016
Probiotics and Gut Health

Probiotics…did you know 80% of our immunity comes from our gut? We have a symbiotic relationship (life-enhancing for both parties) with some bacteria and a parasitic (life-stealing) relationship with others. The correct ratio for health and wellness is considered to be about 85% good to 15% bad. Unfortunately, most people, especially with our Western lifestyle and poor nutritional habits, will not have this healthy ratio between beneficial & pathogenic bacteria. We are faced with many threats to the beneficial bacteria…

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