Just like good bacteria helps our guts, it also helps in your nose. Find out how to take care of these bacteria so they can fight infections naturally.
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When it comes to gut health, probiotics are all the rage. So what’s a prebiotic? An intestinal microbe specialist clears up the confusion.
A modern Western diet can upset the balance of your gut bacteria, but eating fermented foods like sauerkraut, pickles and kimchi can help keep the balance.
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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By Bret Lashner, MD Just the thought of a fecal transplant – of transplanting fecal matter from one person into another – may make a lot of people think, “ick.” It’s an uncomfortable idea. But consider that a fecal microbiota transplant can help people with stubborn, unhealthy gut flora. These are people struggling with recurring … Read More