Probiotics: The Benefits

When you hear about bacteria there is the connotation of something bad. That is because many bacteria are known to make human sick and that’s why doctors tell us to take antibiotics. But do you also know that there are good bacteria as much as there are bad ones? What are the good bacteria, these are called Probiotics. Why are they good? Probiotics are live bacteria and yeast that are good for our health. They help us keep the natural balance of organisms (microflora) in the intestine or digestive system. Basically Probiotics are the bacteria that help keep your gut healthy. There are many types of probiotic bacteria in the human digestive tract; they help reduce the overgrowth of harmful bacteria. The largest group of these probiotic bacteria in the intestine is lactic acid bacteria, of which lactobacillus acidophilus is the best known. Yeast is also a probiotic substance.

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