What are probiotics, and how do they impact your health?
A Brief Overview of Your Gut
Basically: your gut is where a lot more than just digestion happens. Your gut is a key component of your immune and neurological systems, and that’s largely due to the delicate balance of good microbiota located there. Maintaining this beneficial balance comes down to a lot of factors that are within your control, like keeping up with a healthy diet and exercise regimen and reducing stress. For example, eating a diet that’s high in fiber and primarily composed of whole foods like leafy greens, legumes, fruits, and vegetables is a great way to promote a healthy microbiome (and, as a result, a healthy gut).
With all of that said, where do probiotics fit into your gut health?
Probiotic Supplements Explained
Taking a probiotic supplement or consuming probiotic foods on a daily basis can be a great idea when it comes to maintaining a healthy gut. With that said, always consult with your physician before taking a supplement – and, better yet, ask them to recommend a probiotic supplement that you can trust.
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