Probiotic

Probiotic

Probiotics are becoming increasingly popular as researchers learn more about their potential health benefits and promise an effective way to change the microbiome to your advantage. The rapidly growing market for probiotics, a class of microorganisms that live in the gut of humans and other animals, especially humans, is fueled by the rapid growth of the human microbiome, the living microorganism responsible for the health of our bodies. 

If you are taking probiotics for general well-being, we recommend starting at 20-50 billion CFU. If you want to include probiotics in your diet, you should start with foods rich in probiotic antibiotics. Probiotic products include fermented foods such as fruits, vegetables and whole grains, as well as the addition of probiotics such as Activia yogurt.