Since antibiotics are trying to kill bacteria in your body, they also kill bacteria in your intestines that keep your digestive system in balance. The result? Diarrhea. Here’s ways to prevent this unpleasant side effect.
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Probiotics add another layer of good microorganisms to the already existing good ones. Although probiotics are not a digestive cure-all, they can be highly beneficial to kids and adults.
Here’s why you should add more fermented foods to your diet to benefit your gut microbiota.
You know what’s good about yogurt: It has calcium and vitamin D to strengthen your bones. It has protein to build muscle. And if that weren’t enough, studies now show that yogurt is good for your heart. Healthy cholesterol, healthy blood pressure Eating yogurt is linked to having healthy blood pressure and cholesterol levels. According … Read More
Should you take a probiotic? Our expert explains the pros and cons.