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The Nourishing Effects of Marula Oil

In the lovely Miombo woodlands in southern Africa grows a modest tree called the Marula. It’s related to both mangos and cashews. Inside the fleshy, tart fruit lies the stone, which is rich in marula oil — an incredibly nourishing oil that has been used by women for millenia to keep their skin healthy. So,…

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Why Probulin Packs Our Products In Ice

Much has been written about the health benefits of probiotics, like those contained in all Probulin® Probiotic Digestive Products. These are living bacterial cultures that must be consumed alive in order to convey their many health benefits to you, the consumer. But surviving the long journey from the manufacturer to the retailer to you isn’t…

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The Health Benefits of B. Bifidum

You’ve probably heard a great deal lately about probiotics and how beneficial they are for pretty much every part of your body. But not all probiotics are created equal. Let’s take a look at one we use here in our Probulin digestive probiotics, and why it’s so effective. Bifidobacterium bifidum (B. bifidum) is a probiotic…

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How Probiotics Are Changing Skin Care

When it comes to probiotics, most people think of digestion. We get it — after all, Probulin is all about digestive care. But we’re also thinking about your external health. Probiotics are changing skin care. You skin, as you know, is your body’s largest organ, and in many ways, the most vulnerable. The skin is…

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Can Probiotics Help My Skin?

Your skin is your first line of defense against pretty much everything. The skin is the largest organ in the human body, and has its own complex ecosystem that keeps your skin healthy. At any given moment, the good bacteria (the natural flora that maintain skin health and promote healing) are fighting an array of…

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4 Benefits of Taking a Daily Enzyme

Digestive enzymes aren’t just important to your health, they are essential!   As a digestive care company, Probulin is often asked the ways enzymes benefit digestion. To be sure, a daily enzyme is a great way to support your digestive function. Enzymes help your body break down difficult-to-digest starches, fats, sugars and proteins like lactose,…

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Health Benefits of Lactobacillus

Okay, so what is this Lactobacillus Acidophilus? No, we are not talking about an ancient Roman dairy and citrus farm. We are speaking of one of the most important and powerful immune supporting probiotics in your body. This “beneficial” bacteria is a powerful soldier in your never-ending quest to support your immune system. A Closer…

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What’s the Best Time of Day to Take a Probiotic?

Is there a best time of the day to take a probiotic? Can probiotics be more effective in the morning, before you eat your first meal of the day? Is it better to take them in the afternoon in preparation of dinner? Or maybe it is in the evening before bed, so it can work while…

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Is a Higher CFU Count Better?

Who deals with numbers like 10 Billion, 50 Billion, and even 150 Billion on a daily basis? You can go years without using numbers with three commas in them! Yet, when it comes to understanding how many CFUs you need in your probiotic, you’re presented with these numbers as if you are supposed to understand…