(Health-NewsWire.Net, March 03, 2015 ) Long Lake, NY -- LeBlanc WellBeing, founded by pharmacist and master formulator Babette LeBlanc, announces that the company's most recent product - Probiotic DF - is suitable for both vegetarians and vegans.
LeBlanc states, "because probiotics are most well known in our American diet through yogurt, many assume that probiotics are dairy based. This is simply not always the case. It is entirely possible to make a probiotic that is not animal based and we have done it. Vegetarians and vegans can receive the much welcomed health benefits of probiotics by using our product."
Launched on November 10, 2014, Probiotic DF is available for sale on Amazon. It is produced in an FDA-approved facility.
The company was founded on principles of using science-proven ingredients that achieve definitive results. LeBlanc's mission is to be of service in the most practical way. On her website, she states, "I'm grateful to have spent the last 30 years as a retail pharmacist. Being able to reassure, encourage, and teach patients about their health and well-being is an honor, and an honor I don't take lightly." Earlier today, she said, "If we have the opportunity to meet the needs of vegetarians and vegans, we will do it."
Probiotics are very popular with those who promote pharmaceutical wellness as well as those who support herbal medicine and alternative means of health. While one can obtain the benefits of these bacteria through foods like yogurt and sauerkraut, the majority of people prefer to take supplements that contain them.
Probiotics are well known to increase digestive health and wellness, but others indicate that much farther reaching benefits may be possible. In a recent article in Mother Jones magazine, the author states that "One recent study even indicates that probiotics could be used to regulate emotions and mitigate depression via their effect on neurotransmitters…Researchers in Ireland found that mice treated with Lactobacillus rhamnosus suffered less stress, anxiety, and depression-related behavior, suggesting that certain strains of probiotics could one day be used to treat those symptoms in humans."
About the Mother Jones article, LeBlanc states, "Vegetarians and vegans should have access to all of the health benefits of probiotics."
About LeBlanc WellBeing
LeBlanc WellBeing is dedicated to their customers in helping them unleash their true health potential by bringing them honest, trustworthy products of the highest quality at an affordable price. They are the makers of Cellulite Firming Cream in addition to other products.