Science

Digestive Health

The human digestive system is home to over 400 different species of bacteria that are critical to digestive health. With hand sanitizers and anti-bacterial soaps everywhere you look these days, it’s clear we’ve been conditioned to believe that all bacteria are evil. But these microorganisms are in fact vital to proper digestion and overall health.

Intestinal bacteria play an important part in digestive health, help maintain the linings throughout the digestive system, and are even involved in supporting the immune system. Without the right levels of bacteria in your gastrointestinal tract, you are more likely to experience things like gas, bloating, constipation and diarrhea.

An unhealthy diet, stress, or a number of different factors can throw the microbial balance off in your digestive tract. The consequences of this go far beyond simple tummy trouble. Without proper digestive support, your health can be affected in many undesirable ways. Fortunately, there’s an increasingly common solution that many people are turning to in order to get their digestive health back on track—probiotics.

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