Gut health is the center of the health and well-being, it works as a portal of processing nutrients and vitamins, helps digestion, may predict diseases, provides protection and possible treatment.

The importance of a healthy gut flora is the impact with the communication between the immune system and the microbiome, which is the environment inside the large intestine, with trillions of bacteria that live there. Because of that, probiotics play an important role in gut health, by encouraging good bacteria to improve the balance in your body, vital for a healthy gut.

What exactly are probiotics?

Probiotics are made up of good bacteria to keep a balanced and healthy gut, by the community of microorganisms that naturally live in your body. It helps keep your body healthy, including fighting off bad bacteria when you have too much of it, or increasing the good bacteria, in case of an antibiotic intake. Benefiting the gut health to work  the way it should and improve the digestive system. 

Why do we need probiotics?

Probiotics promote a healthy balance of gut bacteria and have been associated to a wide range of health benefits, such as:

  • -Helping boost the immune system and infections.
  • -Reducing the complications of diarrhea.
  • -Reducing symptoms of mental health disorders, for example anxiety, stress, depression, memory, and others.
  • -Reducing certain allergies and delaying its development in children.
  • -Lowering blood pressure and reducing cholesterol levels. 
  • -Treating several gastrointestinal ills.

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