Probiotics are the helpful live bacteria and yeast which naturally occur in our body and help keep our gut healthy. Probiotics are also found in the foods we eat and supplements we administer. When we think of bacteria we tend to associate it with disease but for every negative there is a positive. While bacteria can be harmful to our health we also ought to remember our friendly bacteria because being free from disease and illness begins with the health of our gut. Probiotics play a very important role in our digestive tract. Poor food choices accompanied with drug and antibiotic overuse, poor sleep, stress and other environmental factors can all shift the balance from good to bad bacteria inside of us. When our digestive system is healthy, harmful bacteria, toxins and chemicals can be filtered and eliminated. Probiotics can also reduce gastrointestinal discomfort and improve bowel regularity and direct our body to utilize and absorb nutrients and deliver them to our cells when needed. Probiotics can fortify our immune system (the organs and processes of the body that provides resistance to infections and toxins). When our immune system does not function properly we suffer from autoimmune disorders such as ulcerative colitis and rheumatoid arthritis, infections and allergic reactions. Probiotics can also protect your DNA, improve your skin and optimize brain health. It is therefore extremely important (and never too late) to correct the bacteria balance in our bodies. So what would be the most beneficial probiotic protocol for you? Better Living offers practical, safe and effective guidelines for all patients tailored to match your current health profile. For more information contact us today.
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