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16 Feb 2020

How The Gut Affects The Entire Body

A Simple illustration on how our gut can affect our whole body.
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09 Feb 2020

What doctors in Wuhan have gathered so far on Coronovirus. Immunity.

Doctors on the front lines take on the greatest risk and best understand the situation. Dr Peng Zhiyong, director of acute medicine at the Wuhan University South Central Hospital, is one of those doctors. In an...
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03 Feb 2020

What steps can you take to continue with your travel plans? - ST...

"For me, the first line of defence is having a healthy lifestyle and good immunity before setting foot outside the country," said Ms Lee.
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03 Feb 2020

In depth understanding of lactomin probiotic strains

What happens When 3 Of The Most Effective Strains are combined?
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01 Feb 2020

What is CoronaVirus, How does it affect you and what can you do to...

A Brief summary on a radio interview 91.3fm with Dr Leong Hoe Nam, an infectious disease specialist, talking to Mark van Cuylenburg and Glen Ong.
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29 Jan 2020

Lactokids + Helps eczema (journal ii)

A study performed by Rautava et al. (2012) investigated the preventive effects of L. rhamnosus, B. longum, and L. paracasei, during 2 months before and after the expected date of delivery.
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28 Jan 2020

Growth and Survival in the Gut

Bifidobacteria and lactobacilli are purportedly beneficial to human health and are called probiotics. Their survival during passage through the human gut, when administered, has been investigated intensely in recent...
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27 Jan 2020

The Effect of Probiotics on Lactose Intolerance (LI)

Lactose intolerance (LI), also known as lactose malabsorption is the most common type of carbohydrate malabsorption. It is associated with the inability to digest lactose into its constituents, glucose and galactose,...
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21 Jan 2020

Lactomin, Lactokids and Antibiotic Associated Diarrhea

Lactomin consists of a combination of widely researched probiotic strains, selectively, L.acidophillus, B.longum and L.rhamnosus. The combination of these strains are able to relieve AAD and CDAD.
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20 Jan 2020

Wondered how long your gut is?

Your gut is almost as long as a double decker bus in length! That is a whooping 6.5m - 7.0m!
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19 Jan 2020

Minimize STRESS at work in 2020

Stress. It’s a struggle for all of us at one time or another, but did you know that recurrent stress — the heightened sense of urgency, anxiety, fear, or even adrenaline that is often present in our fast-paced, modern...
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16 Jan 2020

Is it worth giving your child probiotics?

"I wanted to find some good bacteria to repopulate the gut of my toddler daughter, who was finishing up so many doses of antibiotics. I couldn’t even understand the labels, let alone fathom what I should buy."
Read more
16 Feb 2020

How The Gut Affects The Entire Body

A Simple illustration on how our gut can affect our whole body.
Read more
09 Feb 2020

What doctors in Wuhan have gathered so far on Coronovirus. Immunity.

Doctors on the front lines take on the greatest risk and best understand the situation. Dr Peng Zhiyong, director of acute medicine at the Wuhan University South Central Hospital, is one of those doctors. In an...
Read more
03 Feb 2020

In depth understanding of lactomin probiotic strains

What happens When 3 Of The Most Effective Strains are combined?
Read more
03 Feb 2020

What steps can you take to continue with your travel plans? - ST...

"For me, the first line of defence is having a healthy lifestyle and good immunity before setting foot outside the country," said Ms Lee.
Read more
01 Feb 2020

What is CoronaVirus, How does it affect you and what can you do to...

A Brief summary on a radio interview 91.3fm with Dr Leong Hoe Nam, an infectious disease specialist, talking to Mark van Cuylenburg and Glen Ong.
Read more
29 Jan 2020

Lactokids + Helps eczema (journal ii)

A study performed by Rautava et al. (2012) investigated the preventive effects of L. rhamnosus, B. longum, and L. paracasei, during 2 months before and after the expected date of delivery.
Read more
28 Jan 2020

Growth and Survival in the Gut

Bifidobacteria and lactobacilli are purportedly beneficial to human health and are called probiotics. Their survival during passage through the human gut, when administered, has been investigated intensely in recent...
Read more
27 Jan 2020

The Effect of Probiotics on Lactose Intolerance (LI)

Lactose intolerance (LI), also known as lactose malabsorption is the most common type of carbohydrate malabsorption. It is associated with the inability to digest lactose into its constituents, glucose and galactose,...
Read more
21 Jan 2020

Lactomin, Lactokids and Antibiotic Associated Diarrhea

Lactomin consists of a combination of widely researched probiotic strains, selectively, L.acidophillus, B.longum and L.rhamnosus. The combination of these strains are able to relieve AAD and CDAD.
Read more
20 Jan 2020

Wondered how long your gut is?

Your gut is almost as long as a double decker bus in length! That is a whooping 6.5m - 7.0m!
Read more
19 Jan 2020

Minimize STRESS at work in 2020

Stress. It’s a struggle for all of us at one time or another, but did you know that recurrent stress — the heightened sense of urgency, anxiety, fear, or even adrenaline that is often present in our fast-paced, modern...
Read more
16 Jan 2020

Is it worth giving your child probiotics?

"I wanted to find some good bacteria to repopulate the gut of my toddler daughter, who was finishing up so many doses of antibiotics. I couldn’t even understand the labels, let alone fathom what I should buy."
Read more
15 Jan 2020

Stomach Bloating - How to ease it?

You know you’ve overeaten when you’re feeling as bloated...we hate the bloated feeling but what causes it and what can we do to relieve it?
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15 Jan 2020

Peanut allergy successfully kept at bay with immune-based therapy...

Australian researchers from the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute have come up with a latest study results showing that peanut allergy could be treated successfully with an immune-based therapy.
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14 Jan 2020

The demand for vitamins and supplements in Singapore has risen, Gut...

The demand for vitamins and supplements in Singapore has risen as people turn to these products for a healthier lifestyle.
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13 Jan 2020

Is your gut keeping you awake at night?

When we lie awake at night, unable to sleep, we usually blame stress, depression, anxiety, adrenaline or the memory of something stupid we said in the past.
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09 Jan 2020

How, Why, and When to Introduce Babies to Probiotics?

When your baby is born, you pay attention to the most obvious visible signs of his or her health, like whether or not she has all her toes and fingers.
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08 Jan 2020

Understanding Children Probiotics

The widely accepted definition of probiotics is "live microorganisms, which, when administered in adequate amounts, confer a health benefit on the host." And as you'll see, there is evidence that probiotics can play a...
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08 Jan 2020

Antibiotic-resistant bacteria found in the US presents a triple threat

"The problem of antibiotic resistance is becoming increasingly alarming. The combination of increased virulence and multidrug resistance makes the situation worse," said Dr. David Weiss, director of the Emory...
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05 Jan 2020

Lactomin is a "Happy Probiotic!"

Lactomin advance + and Lactokids + probiotics are the very few probiotic products in the probiotic market to have vitamins B1, B2, B5, B6, B9 and D3.
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03 Jan 2020

Our Superheros! As parents we will always give them our best!

"Consuming live and active probiotic cultures (good beneficial bacteria), such as those found in probiotics, may reduce the frequency of illness in children, particularly pesky gastrointestinal infections, according...
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30 Dec 2019

Survivability of beneficial bacteria is key to a superior probiotic...

Microencapsulation tested and proven for viability for probiotics delivery - Key is survivability
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30 Dec 2019

Why is Lactomin so Good in relieving Diarrhoea?

Depending on the degree of diarrhea, with just 3 sachets of Lactomin per meal, up to max 8 sachets in a day, with an average normal diarrhea, Lactomin can help relieve diarrhea effectively*
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29 Dec 2019

Trust in a brand that delivers!

Product Safety and Quality is of upmost importance to us, Lactomin advance +, Lactokids + and LactoCran + have gone through rigorous and numerous research, tests and checks to ensure every product is of the highest...
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26 Dec 2019

Understanding each type of strain in Lactomin & Lactokids

We have selected Lactobacillus Plantarum, found in both Lactomin and Lactokids. What is this strain and how does it benefit you or your child?
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27 Dec 2019

Lactobacillus is such an important strain

Lactomin advance + has 3 Lactobacillus strains and Lactokids + has 6 Lactobacillus strains!
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23 Dec 2019

Healthy Christmas Foods

Turkey is the piece de resistance of any Christmas dinner – and it makes for a Happy Meal for those on the high protein or keto diet.
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22 Dec 2019

Gut Health improves Skin Beauty

An interesting article was published on Straits Times, 04/09/2018. "Keep your gut healthy - and your skin may follow".
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21 Dec 2019

Alarming Rise in Antibiotic-Resistant UTIs in U.S.

With the rise in UTI's, prevention of UTI is ultimately the better than prescibing antibiotics to treat UTI.
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19 Dec 2019

New hope for people with atopic dermatitis

Eczema is the most common and stubborn skin disease in the world, but a study led by Dr. Donald Leung of the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus is offering new hope for those with atopic dermatitis.
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20 Dec 2019

Benefits Of Probiotics

"Current evidence supports the concept that oral administration of probiotic lactobacilli may be therapeutic in preventing antibiotic-associated diarrhea in children/adults and in re-establishing normal flora in the...
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16 Dec 2019

Could probiotics replace antibiotics in wound healing?

The microbiome is known to play a major role in gut health, but what about our skin? Billions of bacteria reside there, and the probiotic types may hold great potential to prevent infections during wound healing.
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14 Dec 2019

Why i choose Lactokids + Probiotics?

Dawn Sim, a proud mother of 4 kids from ages 3 - 11 years old, explains why Lactokids + probiotics has been so beneficial and helpful for all her children.
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15 Dec 2019

Traveller's Diarrhoea

Travelers’ diarrhea is caused by a variety of pathogens but most commonly bacteria found in food and water, often related to poor hygiene practices in local restaurants or street food.
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14 Dec 2019

Hospital patients at risk of catching an infection

Singapore- A study from July 2015 to February 2016 involving 5,415 adult patients in 13 acute hospitals here found that 11.9 per cent caught an infection while being treated for other conditions.
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13 Dec 2019

Strong Growth for Probiotics in Asia

According to a new report published by Allied Market Research titled "Probiotics Market-Opportunities and Forecasts 2014-2022" the global probiotics market is expected to reach $57.4 billion by 2022, registering a...
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07 Dec 2019

WHAT'S THE BIG DEAL On Gut Care?

The gut plays a role in the digestion and absorption of nutrients, and fermented and probiotic-rich foods help to maintain our microflora, said Dr Reuben Wong, a gastroenterologist from gut CARE at Gleneagles Hospital.
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08 Dec 2019

Lactokids - A mother's recommended probiotic for children

Do you know only 1 sachet of Lactokids + probiotics per day, packed with 9 active probiotic strains and with 10 billion cfu, this is all it takes to strengthen you child's immune function and help to develop a strong...
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06 Dec 2019

Are Probiotics any Good?

What are probiotics? Simply put, probiotics are bacteria that are good for our bodies, especially our digestive systems. Good and bad bacteria are already in our guts, but probiotics help more of the good kind grow...
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02 Dec 2019

Parkinson's linked to gut bacteria

For the first time, researchers have found a functional link between the bacteria in the gut and the onset of Parkinson's disease, one of the world's most common debilitating brain disorders.
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