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Radio Show: Specific Benefits of Five Probiotic Bacteria and the Best Ways to Use Them

By Ritamarie Loscalzo


probioticsHost and Guest:

Dr. Ritamarie Loscalzo interviews Steph Jackson

In this show you’ll learn:

  • What are ‘probiotic’ bacteria
  • Are the same bacteria good for everyone
  • What are some examples of bacteria that are particularly helpful for certain people

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For most people, the mention of probiotics conjures up images of yogurt. But don’t dismiss the microbes as a marketing gimmick or food fad. The latest probiotic research suggests that live-active cultures of these friendly bacteria can help to prevent and treat a wide variety of ailments.

Join Dr. Ritamarie and Steph Jackson as they discuss what bacteria are right for you and the best ways for you to use them.

Steph JacksonIf you are ready to go deep with your digestive health and you need more than slippery elm, you will enjoy working with Steph Jackson. Steph loves customizing balancing programs for the microbiome, working with fermented foods and looking at how the body systems work together.

After finding and clearing the root cause of her severe physical pain and exhaustion, Steph has gone on to help others to do the same. Steph likes to look at the bacteria living in and on our bodies as a system that is intimately connected with our environment and our immune systems rather than a collection of good and bad bacteria.

Steph is currently completing training in herbology and Nutritional Endocrinology. She is also the proud founder of Crave Conscious, a non-dairy yogurt company based in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Additional Resources:

Learn to customize your comfort foods with Steph’s Probiotic Food Craft free e-book.

Get a copy of Steph’s Bacterial Benefits e-book with the benefits of 5 strains.

If you are a health practitioner, discover how the intricate relationship between the gut and the brain can help you help your clients put an end to mood swings, low energy, and chronic low vitality. Join Dr. Ritamarie for the live 2016 SHINE Conference, Scientific and Holistic Investigation of Nutritional Endocrinology, a 3-Day Transformational Event, Friday, October 28 – Sunday, October30, 2016, Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort and Spa, Lost Pines, Texas.

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  1. Joni Bund on October 4, 2015 at 5:33 pm

    As I thought I was listening into your radio program it was a voice over from somewhere , about a lady who at 30 had a severe stroke. As I listened it was a program of faith and love, and as I, personally, have a dear friend, younger than I , who had a massive anurism, and was now in a nursing home. I bring to her as much love and healing as I can, so I listened to this radio program in the hopes that I might learn more Ways to help Jeannette.
    How strange God works in marvellous ways His wonders to perform.

    Now I have to go back in and see if I can connect with your original program.

  2. Why You Need Probiotics in Your Diet • on August 30, 2016 at 11:33 am

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