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This video discusses the various benefits of probiotics for gut health, digestion problems, skin disorders (including psoriasis, eczema, and acne), depression and anxiety, IBS, food poisoning, and UTI.
9 Signs You Need To Take Probiotics
Here are some tell-tale signs you should be taking probiotics. Probiotics are good bacteria that help keep pathogens at bay, aid in proper digestion and nutrient absorption, and support immune system function. But, given our stressful, fast-paced lifestyle, combined with the Western diet high in sugar and processed carbs, most people's gut microbiota, or gut bacteria are out of balance. In other words, they have more bad bacteria vs good bacteria.
Gut health plays a crucial part in your physical and mental health; thus, it shouldn't be neglected. In fact, inadequate probiotic bacteria have been linked to digestive health issues, mood disorders, and even migraine headaches. So don't ignore these warning signs of poor gut health.
And while fermented foods are high in probiotics, their probiotic concentration is typically insufficient to be used therapeutically when the gut flora is severely depleted. Therefore, it's best to correct the imbalance by taking high-quality probiotic supplements. Then, as a preventative measure, include fermented probiotic-rich foods in your diet regularly.
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