Probiotics vs Holiday Germs and Feast Bloating: Grandmas Fly Free ✈️🎄

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Hello, my jet-setting grandmas! We know that one of the greatest joys in life is spending quality time with your grandchildren, especially during the holiday season. But, what if your immune system is working against you? Don’t let a compromised immune system keep you grounded this year. Have you ever thought about using probiotics to give your immunity the lift it needs? Well, here are a few reasons why you should.

Think of a High quality Probiotic supplement as a helping hand for your immune system.

The immune system is complex, and as we age, it requires a bit more TLC. For the grandmas who don’t want to miss out on cuddling their newborn grandkids, probiotics can be a real game-changer. These friendly bacteria do more than just aid digestion; they actually help boost your immune system[1]. Studies have recently shown that Probiotics are an ideal solution on immune function and intestinal microbiota. With newborns still building their immunity, it’s important to create a protective bubble around them. Studies have shown that probiotics may reduce the risk of viral infections and can even boost the effectiveness of certain vaccines [2]. By taking probiotics, you’re not just fortifying your own health but also contributing to a safer environment for those lovely tiny new additions to the family. It’s time to look at Probiotics as a traveler’s new Best Friend. With those long flights and crowded airports, you are in a germ playground. Instead of worrying, why not be proactive? Probiotics can offer a protective barrier in your gut, warding off unwanted pathogens. They may reduce the duration and severity of respiratory infections, which are common travel bugs[1].

Safeguard your Holiday travel with Probiotics today! Incorporating probiotics into your daily regimen can be an easy step with potentially big rewards.

So, there you have it, ladies! Take the reins on your health this holiday season. With a little help from probiotics, you can fill your holidays with love, laughter, and, most importantly, family. Safe travels! 

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References

[1]Akatsu, H., Iwabuchi, N., Xiao, J. Z., Matsuyama, Z., & Kurihara, R. (2013). Clinical effects of probiotic Bifidobacterium longum BB536 on immune function and intestinal microbiota in elderly patients receiving enteral tube feeding. Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, 37(5), 631-640.

[2]Hao, Q., Dong, B. R., & Wu, T. (2015). Probiotics for preventing acute upper respiratory tract infections. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 2, CD006895.

Meet the Editor

Meet the Editor

Dr. Julia Roe, MPH RPN is a health and wellness researcher. She has dedicated her 45 year career to providing the public with the tools and knowledge to take control of their personal health and well-being.

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