Having a problem with your digestive system or any part of your body? Don’t be alarmed, you are not the only person in the world suffering from one form of ailment or the other.
In this article, you’ll learn the many benefits probiotics have on your overall health, especially your digestive system, diet, and weight loss.
Probiotics are live microorganisms that can be consumed through fermented foods or supplements. More and more studies show that the balance and imbalance of bacteria in your digestive system is linked to overall health and disease. Too much bad bacteria and not enough probiotics to fight them can lead to some serious problems.
Probiotics found in yogurts and supplements help promote a healthy balance of gut bacteria, and in doing so can have a wide range of health benefits, such as weight loss, proper digestion, more energy, proper immune function, and many more.
The problem is the overwhelming amount of fuel our bad gut bacteria has to grow. This bad bacteria loves sugary foods, carbs, and starches. But even with a good diet that excludes all of that, your bad bacteria can still take over when antibiotics kill off too many probiotics, leaving your body defenseless.
Over the last 10 years, countless researchers and studies have suggested that taking Probiotics substantially improves your digestive system. There’s a reason they have been in the public eye for so long - they actually work.
Of course, it’s not a miracle pill - you can’t eat whatever you want and still lose weight. But what probiotics can do is help curve unhealthy cravings, increase digestive health, and relieve you from brain fog and fatigue.
In fact, a recent study followed 70 chemical workers for 6 weeks. Those who consumed at least 100 grams of probiotics per day experienced astounding benefits for general healt, but they also reported improvements in depression, anxiety, and stress.
However this bacteria warrior isn’t done yet; research shows that certain probiotics can help keep your heart healthy by lowering LDL (bad) cholesterol and blood pressure. Certain lactic acid-producing bacteria may reduce cholesterol by breaking down bile in the gut and prevent reabsorption.
A review of 5 studies found that eating a probiotic yoghurt for 2-8 weeks reduced total cholesterol by 4% and LDL cholesterol by 5%.
With dozens of health benefits and counting, isn’t it time you tried a high quality probiotic to see how it can help in your life?
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