Probiotics and their importance

80% of our entire immune system is in our digestive tract! 

In addition to affecting our immune system, our digestive system is the second largest part of our neurological system. 

The secret to restoring your digestive health is to balance the good and bad bacteria in your stomach. 

Probiotics are friendly bacteria that colonize our digestive tract and support our body’s ability to absorb nutrients and fight infection.  

In fact, there are 10x more probiotics in your stomach than cells in your body! 

If you do not have enough probiotics, side effects may include digestive disorders, skin problems, candida, autoimmune disease, and frequent colds and viruses. 

Historically, we had enough probiotics in our diet when we consumed fresh food from unpolluted soil and fermented food to keep it from spoiling. 

However, due to freezers and similar devices, as well as dangerous agricultural practices such as soaking food in chlorine, our food today does not contain probiotics, and most foods contain dangerous antibiotics that kill good bacteria in our bodies. 

Benefits of Probiotics: 

  • Strengthen the immune system
    • Improve digestion
    • Increase energy from vitamin B12 
    • Better breath  
    • Healthy skin  
    • Reducing the risk of colds and flu  
    • Prevent inflammatory bowel disease  
    • Help with weight loss  

Probiotic killers that prevent your body from getting all the benefits of Probiotics: 

  • Antibiotics
    • Sugar
    • Tap water  
    • GMO food  
    • Emotional stress  
    • Chemicals and medicine 

Retrieved from https://ogistra-blog.blogspot.com/2022/11/probiotics-i-jihov-značaj.html 


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