ProSperity Bioscience is leveraging the accelerating advances in microbiome and probiotic research. These new discoveries are leading to a revolutionary approach to health & wellness. By changing the make-up of our microbiome, we can dramatically change our health. We have highlighted and linked to some insightful research and articles.

The Microbial Solution

Probiotics and Prebiotics: Unfolding Prospects for Better Human Health

Probiotics in Human Health: A Current Assessment (Current Science)

Functionally Targeted Probiotics (Nutrition Insight)

A Probiotic Primer

A Healthy Strong Immune System Starts with a Healthy Digestive System

Gut bug imbalance could help disease prevention (Molecular Systems Biology)

Probiotic Effects on Cold and Influenza-Like Symptom Incidence and Duration in Children (Pediatrics)

Effect of Long-Term Consumption of Probiotic Milk on Infections in Children Attending Day Care Centers (BMJ, Vol 322)

Adolescent Dairy Product Consumption and Risk of Type 2 Diabetes in Middle-Aged Women (American Journal of Clinical Nutrition)

Milk Better Than Water to Rehydrate Kids (Science Daily)

Factors Affecting the Growth and Survival of Probiotic in Milk

The probiotic strain in MojoMoo is bacillus coagulans, a robust spore-forming strain that is safe and effective. This clinical study illustrates the safety of the probiotic. (Food and Chemical Toxicology)

Effects of Probiotic Bacteria on Diarrhea, Lipid Metabolism, and Carcinogenesis (American Journal of Clinical Nutrition)

Probiotics are effective in treatment of constipation (Nutrition Journal)

Probiotics may ease kids’ belly aches (Reuters)

Probiotics may increase muscle mass, boost energy, counter fatigue and improve physical performance (Nutrients)

The microbiome of professional athletes differs from others (Gut)

Probiotics may boost circulating vitamin D levels in the blood by 25% (The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism)

Intake of probiotics can increase iron absorption (FASEB)

Probiotics enhance protein efficiency (Beneficial Microbes)

Probiotics may boost the immune health of children and prevent infection (Vaccine)

Probiotic shows long lasting anti-eczema benefits for kids (Clinical & Experimental Allergy)

Probiotics may help balance the immune system in people with allergic asthma (Allergy Asthma Immunol Res.)

Age-associated microbial imbalance promotes intestinal permeability, inflammation and immune dysfunction (Cell Host & Microbe)

Prebiotic supplementation improves appetite control in overweight and obese children (American Society for Nutrition)

Probiotics improve gut microbiota in obese kids (EBioMedicine)

Antibiotics in junk food cause obesity by killing good gut bacteria (The Independent)

Prebiotics in early life may boost sleep and daytime rhythms (Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience)

Probiotics may help babies with constipation (Reuters)

Probiotics and oral health effects in children (International Journal of Dentistry)

Reduced diversity of intestinal microbiota during infancy is associated with increased risk of allergic disease at school age (Allergy and Clinical Immunology)

This meta-analysis study illustrates the safety of probiotics in pregnancy (J Obstet Gynaecol)

Probiotic protect children and pregnant women against heavy metal poisoning (mBio)

Probiotic supplementation early in life may reduce the risk of neuropsychiatric disorder development later in childhood (Pediatric Research)

Gut microbiota and cognitive function (FASEB)

Probiotics could save $100 million in healthcare costs (PLOS One)

What traditional hunter-gatherers can teach us about gut health (Nutraingredients)