Putting Probiotics to the Test in Arthritis

Guest BloggerClinical Corner


Our joints grow stiff and painful as birthdays mount up —no surprise there. But arthritis, while common, is not just one disease. Because it can be confusing, a brief primer may help, beginning with the type of arthritis that can strike at any age. Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) This equal opportunity version of arthritis is autoimmune in nature. It inflames joints … Read More

For Stiff Joints, Microbes Matter

IPA AdminClinical Corner, Market Trends, Microbiome Environment

Baby boomers are finding the spirit is often willing, but knees—not so much. Sore and stiff joints seem to arrive just when you line up for your $10 Senior Pass at the U.S. National Parks. First, know there are two main types of arthritis: Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is immunity gone rogue, an autoimmune disorder causing inflammation of joints and other … Read More