What’s the deal with probiotics? Microbiome?
Just about five years ago probiotics became hugely popular in our society Why? Because a lot of people have digestive issues. They had heard about eating more yogurt. That would help. But it wasn’t really.
And then, probiotics came on the scene. Lots and lots of people were getting a positive experience taking probiotics. It became a numbers game. 500 billion good bacteria delivered to your gut. 1 trillion delivered to your gut. The numbers game appeared because the manufacturers could not guarantee the delivery of the good bacteria to your gut – lower intestine and colon – where it was actually needed. So they created products with millions and billions of the good bacteria “hoping” enough of the good bacteria would get through your stomach and improve your intestinal health. That’s one way of approaching it. How about actually guaranteeing the delivery of the good bacteria to you gut? After all health gut, healthy life.
Probiotics and prebiotics are beneficial for a healthy gut and your overall health. And so what are prebiotics? Prebiotics are food for the probitoics. They help the good bacteria grow. The more good bacteria in the gut, the better. Both together provide a healthier microbiome (gut).
Several daily activities reduce the number of good bacteria available such as stress, a bad diet, travel and aging. Good bacteria plays a huge role in your digestive and immune health. It’s important to keep your numbers high.
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