Raise your hand if you had a Tamagotchi. Remember how you had to care for it, or it would make weird noises, beep and then get sick? Turns out our guts are like those little egg-shaped digital pets. Our tummies need care and attention too. I am not talking about toning and working on the washboard abs; no, I want to focus on what is inside, your gut. Gut health is critical to overall health, and today I want to tell you about one of my FAVORITE products. Now, I blab a lot about how the diet and wellness industry isn't always honest, so before I ever recommend any product, I do my research. I want to let you guys know about Seed Prebiotic/Probiotic. Hands down, this is the best!
Okay, let's be real; we millennials love some science-backed facts. It's not just your regular probiotic; it's a synbiotic that brings prebiotics and probiotics together for the ultimate benefit. The potent strains in Seed were handpicked by scientists (cue the Bill Nye vibes!) and tested to ensure they can survive the harsh journey to your gut. Talk about seriously cool microbiome stuff.
Feeling bloated is as cringe-worthy as those ultra-thin eyebrows we rocked back in the day! WHY WERE THEY SO THIN? Seed Prebiotic/Probiotic minimize the bloat bulge, irregular bathroom visits, and all those embarrassing scenarios. It is also made with all the good stuff and not a bunch of synthetic junk. It's vegan, gluten-free, and free from all those ick additives.
Your late 30s and 40s can be a time when your immune system needs a little extra love. Probiotics have been shown to support immune function by promoting the growth of beneficial bacteria in your gut. I know you're juggling family, career, and personal life, and it can lead to increased stress levels. Seed products positively influence your gut-brain axis, leading to reduced stress and anxiety levels. A happier gut often means a happier you!
I know you don't feel old and mindset makes a huge difference but your 40s are a crucial time to focus on bone and heart health. Some probiotic strains may aid in the absorption of minerals like calcium, promoting bone density. Additionally, certain probiotics have been linked to improved heart health by helping to lower LDL cholesterol levels.
And let's not forget hormones—they seem to do an ever-changing dance in your 40s. Good gut health can play a role in supporting hormonal balance. Some studies suggest that probiotics may help alleviate symptoms associated with hormonal fluctuations, such as mood swings and irritability. Who wouldn't want that?
Let me bottom line this, we've got to stop treating our bodies like machines and loving them like we love our favorite people. Nurture you with things that make your body happy. I promise you it will improve your quality of life!