We are healthier If the bacteria in our gut is balanced. According to Lipman, “When you’re healthy, your intestinal tract hosts over 100 trillion friendly bacteria that aid digestion, boost the immune system and consume bad bacteria. They also manufacture key nutrients and limit the growth of yeast and unhealthy bacteria as well as perform numerous other helpful functions.” “Probiotics are the naturally occurring “good” bacteria that live in your gut and contribute significantly to total wellness. When probiotic levels are optimal, your gut feels good and functions well. But take a few gastrointestinal wrong turns and the bad bacteria can overwhelm the good, setting off gut problems which make themselves known in a variety of unpleasant ways, including constipation and IBS, as well as digestive, skin, joint and/or mood disorders.” So don’t forget to take your probiotic every day. It will keep the doctor away!
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