Probiotics are a hot topic these days.

Some claim they’re worthless and some are big believers of their integral part in keeping your gut healthy. I couldn’t agree more that probiotics are crucial to gut health and overall healing.This great article from Dr. Ruscio points out how probiotics can help specific problems like bloating, gas, constipation and SIBO related symptoms.

In the article he talks about the following general gut health benefits:

  • Increasing gut diversity
  • Fighting gut pathogens
  • Promoting recovery from gut infections
  • Promoting gut immune health
  • Reducing gut inflammation
  • Reducing leaky gut

Probiotics work to improve your gut environment and gut microbiome by interacting with your immune system and your existing good bacteria. According to the Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology [21] and the journal Trends in Microbiology [22], probiotics:

  • Increase the bacterial diversity of your bacterial community [23]
  • Fight bad bacteria and their toxins [24, 25, 26]
  • Promote a faster recovery from imbalances in your gut microbiota [27]
  • Promote a healthy gut immune system response [28, 29, 30]
  • Reduce gut inflammation [31]
  • Encourage the growth of good bacteria in your gut [32]
  • Reduce leaky gut [33, 34, 35]

Even better, most probiotics provide these gut health benefits without side effects [36].

He also talks about the different types of probiotics and their benefits.

He says that most probiotics fall into one of these three categories:

You can read the full article by clicking on the link below .

If you need guidance on choosing the right probiotics and creating personalized plans to improve your gut health, I’d love to hear from you. You can book a complimentary consult using the form below.

Feeling bloated and gassy are two of the most common digestive symptoms people experience. However, using probiotics for bloating can relieve your symptoms.

Source: How to Use Probiotics for Bloating and Constipation Relief

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