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Juice Press and Progurt expand throughout USA.

Progurt Team - Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Progurt is pleased to acknowledge plans by The Juice Press to ship its specialist organic cold press juices overnight to anywhere in the United States.

The Juice Press offers a range of 100 percent organic cold pressed juices, gourmet superfood smoothies, raw foods entrees as well as 2AF systemic enzymes and Progurt probiotics.

This year The Juice Press created its largest flagship location at One Jackson Square, New York, offering the brand prime visibility and access to a large New York customer base.  More...

Probiotics and Diabetes, a Possible Benefit Regarding Obesity.

Progurt Team - Tuesday, July 24, 2012

For several years, researchers have been exploring the role of good bacteria--probiotics--and obesity, zeroing in on the relationship between the two. Now a new review highlights the potential for probiotics to be beneficial in a disease closely associated with obesity: diabetes. Probiotics may be good for diabetes

The human intestinal tract harbors an incredible number (estimated 10 to the 14th power) of microorganisms, collectively referred to as colonic flora or gut microbiota, and composed of both "good" and "bad" (disease-causing) bacteria. Research has suggested that the colonic flora have an impact on how the body acquires nutrients and regulates energy, and that obese and lean individuals harbor some differences in their gut microbiota.

In fact, the authors of the new review note that "Although clearly no substitute for proper diet and exercise, manipulation of the gut microbiota may represent a novel approach for treating obesity, one that has few adverse effects." For individuals who have diabetes, the possibility of using probiotics to help with weight is an appealing possibility.  More...

Peanut Allergy - It's a Gut Feeling.

Progurt Team - Friday, July 13, 2012

Dr Peter Dingle, author of My Dog Eats Better Than Your Kids, examines the life-threatening condition that is peanut allergy ...

Food allergies as well as many other atopic disorders have been increasing in children over the past few decades. Asthma has plateaued, while eczema and food allergies keep climbing.

Food allergies affect 4% to 6% of children and 3% to 4% of adults. The most common food allergens in children include cow's milk, egg, soy, peanut, tree nut, shellfish, and fish. Estimates for allergies to peanuts, other tree nuts or both are between 0.5% and 1% to 2%. About 3% of children have a positive peanut allergy test (such as a skin prick test) but only one-third of these will develop reactions upon eating peanuts. The occurrence of peanut allergy in childhood varies greatly in different countries but Australia is a country with a relatively high prevalence of peanut allergy.  More...

What are prebiotics and probiotics?

Progurt Team - Tuesday, July 03, 2012

Naturopath Mim Beim gives us the low down on the gut good guys, including the best sources of prebiotics and probiotics.

Question - What's the difference between a prebiotic and a probiotic? Do I have to take supplements or can I get enough from my food?

Answer - Naturopaths have long believed that good health starts with a healthy digestive tract and illness begins in the gut. Hippocrates didn't hold back when he claimed "death sits in the bowel".  More...


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