Probiotics

May 2016 - Health & Wellness

Live bacteria and yeasts that are good for your health, especially your digestive system.

 

  • We are 90% bacteria, most of which live in the gut
  • An imbalance in our gut bacteria is connected to a wide variety of symptoms including indigestion, irregularity, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD); and possibly to autoimmune diseases, metabolic issues like obesity, and mental health issues.
  • Probiotic supplements act as a seed for the bacteria in our gut. Our diet feeds this bacteria and turns it into a vast ecosystem.
  • Multi-strain, human-strain probiotics tend to be most effective.
  • More research is needed on how our gut bacteria affect our health.
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