Probiotics can help balance your "good" and "bad" bacteria to keep your body working as nature intended.
Probiotics may help move food through your digestive system. Researchers are constantly learning about which are best for certain health problems. When you lose "good" bacteria in your body (like after you take antibiotics for example), Probiotics can help replace them.
Probiotics are intended to help in your GI health. Probiotics have been know to help introduce "good" bacteria that may help increase gut health.
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In general, probiotic foods and supplements are thought to be safe for most people, though some people with immune system problems or other serious health conditions shouldn't take them. Talk to your doctor first to make sure they are okay for you. In some cases, mild side effects might include upset stomach, diarrhea, gas, and bloating for the first couple days after you start them. They may also trigger allergic reactions. Stop taking them and talk to your doctor if you have problems.