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Friday, April 12, 2019

trending new supplement that replicates breast milk

Human milk oligosaccharide is the third most common solid in breast milk, after lactose and fat.  For babies, HMOs strengthen their developing immune systems, help fight infection and inflammation while aiding in brain development. New studies show those benefits may extend to people of all ages, which may interest consumers who are fans of probiotics - the “good” bacteria that can help keep a human body healthy.  Abbott’s labs have showed that HMO stimulated the vagus nerve, “a superhighway communicating from gut to brain.  This has the potential to help both brain development early in life and, later in life, brain decline.” bloomberg
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