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Tina Anderson is an attorney-turned-healthcare-CEO and Kiran Krishnan is a research microbiologist — and, together, they’re the minds behind the Just Thrive supplement line. Tina is passionate about promoting gut health and spreading her knowledge of the far-reaching benefits of probiotics, while Kiran has been involved in the dietary supplement and nutrition market for the past 20 years. He spent several years with hands-on R&D in the field of molecular medicine and microbiology at the University of Iowa, conducting over 50 human trials and publishing a dozen himself. This dynamic duo has so much wisdom to share, and your gut is sure to thank you.
Tina and Kiran developed the Just Thrive Probiotic, a spore-based probiotic, and one of the most effective on the market!
A spore-based probiotic has an endospore shell around it which allows the bacteria in the probiotic to make it to the gut alive
Modern life has caused us to "outsource" some microbial function, and the strains within Just Thrive Probiotics were chosen to bring the most beneficial microbes back into the body
Keystone species of bacteria produce compounds that feed the microbiota and help us maintain balance in the gut, they even play a role in stress response. Spore based probiotics help feed those keystone species
There are times (such as stressful seasons or a period of taking antibiotics) that it may be helpful to increase your probiotic dose from one to two probiotics per day
One of the strains in Just Thrive Probiotics creates antioxidants in the gut and helps fight oxidative stress
Probiotics can also help our bodies create enzymes and methylated B vitamins
Studies have shown up to a 30% increase in bacillus spores, adding to microbiome diversity
IgG is our body's most prevalent antibody. The IgG from Just Thrive provides 25% more IgG in the gut, which helps support the immune system and gut lining.
Taking oral immunoglobulins allows us to give our immune system a highly specific boost, it helps us up our body's defenses
To help create consistent healthy habits celebrate the little wins, it will release chemicals that promote happiness and will keep you motivated to continue
Other lifestyle habits that can improve gut health are deep breathing, taking time for mindfulness, meditation, increasing dietary diversity, intermittent fasting, spending time in nature, and getting a pet
Managing stress well will contribute to maintaining healthy gut balance
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