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Layer Orignin - The Health Benefits of Urolithin A - A Postbiotic Produced In Your Gut - for Bone, Muscle, Brain Health, and Aging

The Health Benefits of Urolithin A - A Postbiotic Produced In Your Gut - for Bone, Muscle, Brain Health, and Aging

May 19, 2024 7 min read

The human gut microbiome is a myriad of microbes working together in harmony, but it's also the hub of numerous biological transactions. The conversion of the polyphenols, ellagic acid and ellagitannins, into urolithin A is an interesting and hot topic. Urolithin A has been earmarked for its anti-aging potential, and in this article, we explore its benefits for bone, muscle, and brain health.
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Gut microbiome test results: How PureHMO® prebiotic impacted bacteria strains for a consumer

How PureHMO® prebiotic impacted bacteria strains for a consumer - from gut microbiome test (Updated Analysis)

May 12, 2024 7 min read

Take a look at a consumer's gut microbiome data before and after taking PureHMO, and see what beneficial bacteria have been boosted by PureHMO.
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How Does Akkermansia Interact with Your Body, Dietary Fibers, and Its Microbial Allies to Benefit Your Health

How Does Akkermansia Interact with Your Body, Dietary Fibers, and Its Microbial Allies to Benefit Your Health

April 28, 2024 8 min read

In the vast ecosystem of the human gut, Akkermansia muciniphila is emerging as a pivotal player and taking center stage as a next-generation probiotic. It's unique interactions with the human gut not only bolster its own population but also promote synergies with other beneficial gut bacteria, leading to a more resilient and healthy microbiome. Understanding the intricate and complex interplay between dietary fibers, host-derived substances, other probiotic bacteria and Akkermansia muciniphila, offers new opportunities in nurturing the human gut and optimizing wellbeing.
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