NuBiome was founded to bring clinically proven, scientific innovations to the nutritional supplement market. The scientific community has fully acknowledged the benefits of the consumption of selected probiotics in human and animal health. NuBiome markets high-quality and effective supplements to promote health.
One of the most significant challenges to medicine is bacterial infections, especially childhood infections. For decades, antibiotics had proven to be very effective therapeutic agents. Unfortunately bacteria easily mutate. In recent years the microorganisms responsible for many human infections have developed a resistance to standard antibiotic treatments. Therefore searches for alternative therapeutic agents have become
In an study published by BioMed Central scientists reported that in a randomized, double-blind, placebo controlled study, children who were taking a single probiotic, recovered from diarrhea caused by a rotavirus in 58 hours vs. 85 hours for children in the control group.
“Over the past decade several family members and friends came down with the inflammatory bowel disease, ulcerative colitis. They struggled to stabilize their health with the prescription meds alone. After reviewing numerous peer-reviewed medical journals, I recommended that they take various strains of probiotics in addition to their prescribed medications. The results were remarkable as their irregular bowel movements and pain have been absent for many years.”
Prof. Westall’s hypothesis that pieces of bacteria found in the gut can trigger an autoimmune reaction seems to be consistent with the limited the empirical data from Prof. Borody’s research with the 3 multiple sclerosis patients who have recovered after they received fecal transplants for their chronic constipation. Their unexpected and dramatic recovery implies that
A study published in the Mayo Clinic Proceedings discussed a finding where obese humans and mice had fewer Bacteriodes and more Firmicutes bacteria in their gut. The researchers recommended further research to determine if modifying the bacteria in the gut microbiota could be a way to treat overweight people. The researchers indicated that certain combinations
In March and April 2011, the International Food Information Council (IFIC) surveyed 1,000 adults and found that 81 percent of respondents were aware that probiotics could be beneficial to the digestive tract. This result is up from 2009 when around 72 percent of respondents said that they were aware that probiotics could be good for