Activia® may help reduce the frequency of minor digestive discomfort. Consume twice a day for two weeks as part of a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle. Minor digestive discomfort includes bloating, gas, abdominal discomfort & rumbling.

General Benefits of Probiotics

Discover the connection between digestive health and overall well-being.


Understanding the Health Benefits of Probiotics

Probiotics are live microorganisms which, when consumed alive and in sufficient quantities, may have a beneficial effect on health in addition to nutrition benefits. They have been the subject of studies at the international level since the middle of the twentieth century.

Scientists are investigating probiotics, and their combined effects, by trying to classify the probiotic benefits of ingesting specific probiotic strains and understanding their role in the digestive tract. At present, the methodological and ethical limitations of human studies still make it difficult to fully understand the mechanisms of action of probiotics, but some explanations are available. Nevertheless, benefits linked to the consumption of probiotic strains have already been suggested (e.g. helping to support the immune system, help support digestive health), and others are still being investigated.

Probiotics and Overall Health

Learn about the importance of maintaining a healthy balance of gut microflora.

DIGESTIVE HEALTH AND PROBIOTICS

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PROBIOTICS FOR WOMEN

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MAKE PROBIOTICS PART OF AN OVERALL HEALTHY ROUTINE.

The Gut-Brain Connection

The health of your gut flora and its effect on your mental and physical well-being – referred to as the gut-brain axis– is the subject of ongoing research. While there is much to learn on this topic, recent research shows there are links between your digestive system, mood, health, and even the way we think.

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THE GUT-BRAIN CONNECTION

The health of your gut flora and its effect on your mental and physical well-being – referred to as the gut-brain axis– is the subject of ongoing research. While there is much to learn on this topic, recent research shows there are links between your digestive system, mood, health and even the way we think.

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