Key Probiotic Facts
Some probiotics occur naturally in foods, while others can be taken as a daily supplement. Start learning what kind of probiotic can bring most benefit to your gut. 3
What Do Probiotics Do?
Probiotics work to balance and restore the levels of good gut bacteria that have become compromised due to particular triggers. Probiotics may manage symptoms of gut disorders in both adults and children. 3
Probiotics vs Prebiotics
While probiotics increase the population of good bacteria in the body, prebiotics are a form of plant fibre that acts as food for these bacteria. Prebiotics may aid a probiotic in being more effective. 3
How to Use Probiotics
A probiotic supplement can be taken daily, as directed in the individual product instructions. 4
Few people will get through life without at some point suffering from an intestinal imbalance. Common daily triggers will affect adults and children alike.
Gut Disorders and Symptoms
Uncomfortable digestive conditions are our gut’s way of letting us know that something has become out of balance. Learn how to identify these different symptoms. Do any of these seem familiar to you?
How can Bacillus clausii help you solve your gut problems?
Bacillus clausii is a type of spore-forming good bacteria that works to restore the balance in the intestine. When consumed regularly (or as advised by a healthcare practitioner), it can help to reduce the incidence of symptoms associated with gut disorders 5, 6
Learn more about how different daily triggers could be contributing to intestinal disorders, and how a good probiotic could be the ally you didn't know you needed.
What are You Doing to Protect Your Gut from Antibiotics?
Antibiotics help you fight infection, but they can wreak havoc on even the strongest gut. Using probiotics and prebiotics can help protect your gut from antibiotic-related gut symptoms.
Improper Nutrition Usually Leads to Gut Disorders
You are indeed what you eat, and a poor diet can lead to gut disorders. The traditional food pyramid may help you understand the role that your diet plays in the proper functioning of the body.
How Stress Affects the Gut: Our Second Brain
Many studies have explored the relationship between the gut and brain, and they have repeatedly found them to be quite codependent. Unfortunately, stress and abdominal pain do seem to go hand in hand.
How a Change in Season Affects the Body
If a seasonal change brings about anxiety, irritability, or various gastric disorders, you should consider taking the necessary precautions to delay or to prevent the onset of these conditions.
Traveling Could Have a Negative Impact on Your Gut Flora
There are a few gut disorders that can occur while you are travelling, but there are ways of preventing them. Learning about why these digestive issues occur may change the way you travel in the future.
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- What Are Probiotics?; WebMD, July 2020 [quoated June 2021] https://www.webmd.com/digestive-disorders/what-are-probiotics
- Probiotics; Cleveland Clinic, September 2020 [quoated June 2021] https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/articles/14598-probiotics
- Should you take probiotics?; Harvard Health Publishing, August 2019 [quoated June 2021] https://www.health.harvard.edu/staying-healthy/should-you-take-probiotics
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