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.
Looking for a magic pill to make you svelte? Despite what some people think, probiotics probably aren’t it. An intestinal microbe specialist breaks it down.
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.
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