The Link Between Gut Health and Heart Health

Heal Your Gut, Help Your Heart In spirit of February being Heart Health Month, we’d like to shine a spotlight on the link between gut health and heart health - a very real and very important reason to start caring for your gut as soon as possible! At first thought,...

Immune Health & Probiotics

Over 80% of our immune system is found in our intestines – which is why optimal gut health is in direct correlation to optimal overall health. Another unique feature of Just Thrive is that the strains used in Just Thrive come alive and they begin by stimulating the...

Mood, Mental Health, Probiotics & You

Your mental health and emotional state could also be a tell-tale sign of intestinal imbalance. Researchers estimate that 90% of the body’s production of the neurotransmitter serotonin, which relays information from one section of the brain to another, is in the...

What Makes Just Thrive Probiotic DIFFERENT

Just Thrive is the first 100% spore-forming probiotic supplement available in the retail market. Just Thrive replaces the outdated approach of “reseeding” the gut to “reconditioning” the gut, favoring the growth of good bacteria and strengthening whole-body health and...

The Human Microbiome Project

Beneficial bacteria play an essential role in our health and well-being. Thanks to the Human Microbiome Project (HMP), whose initial results were released at the end of 2012, we’re learning the true nature of that relationship. First and foremost, we’re more bacteria...

Survival of Probiotics Through Digestion

Researchers discovered that the body’s naturally harsh stomach acid, which is necessary for digesting all types of foods, kills off 99.99 % of the probiotic strains in the major sources of probiotics long before those products could even get to the small intestine....

Nutrition & Probiotics: Your Healthy Lifestyle

The delicate balance of the body’s intestinal and digestive flora can easily be disrupted by diets high in sugar; eating too much processed or fried foods; chronic stress; aging; lack of sleep; medications, or exposure to toxic chemicals. If you’ve been experiencing...

What Your Poo Says About Your Health

Its always fun to have a little potty talk, especially if your a bunch of teenage boys making jokes in a locker room. We know our poo comes in many shapes, sizes, and colors (and let’s not forget odors). As funny, or awkward, as this might be, your poo can tell you a...