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  • How To Choose the Best Probiotic Supplement

        Probiotics are one of the newest and most popular additions to the health food world. That being said, it can be overwhelming to try and pick o...
  • 5 Surprising Pineapple Health Benefits

        Although you might be a longtime fan of pineapple for its sweet, delicious flavor, pineapple is also a surprisingly healthy fruit! In this arti...
  • 9 Ways To Improve Your Digestion

        While it can be easy to know when your digestive system isn’t healthy due to uncomfortable side effects such as bloating, diarrhea, and constip...
  • Six Benefits of Probiotic Drinks

        In recent years, probiotics (specifically probiotic drinks) have become immensely popular in the health food world.  The rise of the probiotic ...
  • A Complete History On the Tepache Recipe

    Although our beverage offers a new, refreshing twist on Tepache, this traditional Mexican drink has a long, rich history that dates back to pre-col...
  • Bacillus Coagulans: Benefits and Uses

    While the name might look intimidating at first glance, Bacillus coagulans is actually a type of good bacteria that’s classified as a probiotic. B...
  • Cinco de Mayo: History, Celebrations, and Facts

      Often confused with Mexican Independence Day, Cinco de Mayo is actually a Mexican holiday that celebrates the 1862 defeat of French forces by th...
  • Everything You Should Know About Lactic Acid

        Lactic acid is often a buzzword associated with the muscle soreness that comes from intense exercise, but what really is lactic acid? Where doe...
  • Erythritol: Uses and Benefits

        If you have a sweet tooth but are hoping to cut down your sugar intake, erythritol just might be the perfect substitute for you. Although it s...
  • Fermentation: Definition, Process, and Facts

        Fermentation is a naturally occurring process that happens in our bodies and in the production process of many delicious foods and beverages s...
  • Probiotics vs. Prebiotics: What's the Difference?

    Although we’re accustomed to thinking of bacteria as the cause of illness and infection, there’s actually a whole bunch of bacteria that your body...
  • Turbinado Sugar: What Is It and How Is It Used?

        Even if you’ve never heard the name, you might recognize turbinado sugar as the darker, crunchier sugar often found dusted on top of baked goo...