Probiotics: the Road to Your Health


With 20 million Americans suffering from chronic digestive diseases such as inflammatory bowel disease and colorectal cancer, the question arises if there are preventive measures people can do or take. Enter probiotics. Probiotics are live bacteria that are good for gut health and can be found in food like yogurt as well as in supplements. 

The digestive system is full of good bacteria, fungi and viruses that can weigh up to 6lbs and is first acquired at birth. The microbiome is kept healthy with nutrient dense foods, sunshine as well as high quality gut health supplements. Alternatively, an unhealthy microbiome can be caused by loads of sugar, antibiotics, and lack of exercise. 

After taking antibiotics, some of the good bacteria is lost, and taking a probiotic can help replace them.  The gut microbiome affects many other parts of our body’s health such as immune function and brain health. 70-80% of immune cells are located in the gut and 95% of serotonin, a major mood-influencing hormone, is produced in the small intestine. 

Read in the infographic below to learn more about the benefits of probiotics and if they are right for you.

Do Probiotics Really Work?: Why Probiotics are Necessary
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