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Gaining a Little Weight? Microbiome in Distress? Try Staff of Life and Weight Less

It is the middle of the holiday week, a few more days and we'll have another party to celebrate the New Year.

Feeling like the indulgence of holiday cheer is weighing you down? Bloated and feeling heavy?  A little weight gain?

This is where the Staff of Life and Weight Less come in, to help recalibrate the microbiome back in shape. 

The Staff of Life is filled with nutrients from ancients seeds that are now considered to be a superfood!

These great seeds have low glycemic index so excellent for all diets, and they stimulate probiotic growth, especially the L. acidophilus and B. fibidum. The exact probiotics to ease up heaviness and get the GI tract feeling lighter again Arslan-Tontul et al., 2022). 

You can add up the great powder to soups, protein shakes, and even take with a little juice. My favorite right now is actually watermelon juice with lemon and a tablespoon of the Staff of Life. You can add the Beta Glucan to it and have a full on healthy drink. 

Weight Less is a marvel in a bottle: with brown seaweed extract and 7 Keto, it helps to lower glycemic index of any food and meal, provides intense anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory action and actually helps to energize and burn fat. 

This recent research (2022) highlights the goodness and wholeness of these seeds, all in the Staff of Life


Chia, amaranth, quinoa and buckwheat grains have been widely used in food formulations because of their high and balanced nutritional properties. Since all grains are not equally nutritious, there is a requirement for comparing the health-related effects and processing performance of a variety of whole grains. The expected glycemic index (eGI) flours of chia was determined to be quite low, and flours except quinoa can be classified as low GI foods. The highest resistant starch (RS) content (4.76 g/100 g) was found in amaranth flour, and it was followed by buckwheat (1.27 g/100 g). The amaranth had the highest stimulation effect on the growth of probiotics and increased the count of L. acidophilus and B. bifidum as 4.57 and 2.26 log CFU/ml, respectively. Moreover, chia flour showed a positive effect on the growth of L. acidophilus whereas it negatively affected B. bifidum compared to the control. A significant correlation was detected between rapidly available glucose content and eGI. On the other hand, a significant relationship between RS and the growth rate of probiotics was reported. Article



  • Arslan-Tontul, S., Candal Uslu, C., Mutlu, C., & Erbaş, M. (2022). Expected glycemic impact and probiotic stimulating effects of whole grain flours of buckwheat, quinoa, amaranth and chia. Journal of Food Science and Technology, 59(4), 1460-1467. Article




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And more info on glycemic index of millet 

Geetha, K., Yankanchi, G. M., Hulamani, S., & Hiremath, N. (2020). Glycemic index of millet based food mix and its effect on pre diabetic subjects. Journal of food science and technology57(7), 2732-2738. Abstract

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