If you take probiotics then you have most likely heard about prebiotics. But you may not know how incredibly important they are for one another. With only a one letter difference between probiotics and prebiotics, you may even be wondering how much of a difference can there be? While they do sound alike and they are related, they are also very different from each other. Probiotics have received most of the attention over the past several years---and for good reason; there have been countless extensive studies that show how probiotics promote health in many ways. But in the midst of...
Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body and serves many important purposes. It makes up about a third of all protein in the body.
Collagen is a major structural component of the skin, muscles, ligaments, tendons, and bones, and it’s found in many other body parts. It’s sort of works like a glue to hold the body together.
Prebiotics are food sources for beneficial microorganisms in the digestive system, also known as probiotics. More specifically, they’re non-digestible fibers and complex carbohydrates.
Prebiotics help to stimulate the growth of probiotics and promote a healthy balance of the microbiome.
If You experience digestive issues or other health problems, it could be due to imbalances of the bacteria and other microbes (also known as the microbiota or gut flora) in your gut.
BlueBiotics Ultimate Care is formulated with 11 probiotics which were specifically chosen to correct these imbalances.