Unhealthy digestive system depresses the mood, intuition and can upset your immune system as well. Research has found that #Probiotics can keep your stomach healthy and happy. It is advisable to consume probiotics as it is best for your digestive health.

Science says probiotics make your digestive tract healthy

Generally, people tend to see bacteria as a cause of diseases. However, over the years researchers have come to a different conclusion: probiotics is a live healthy bacteria. When your body reduces the production of good bacteria, then probiotics helps replenish the healthy balance, bringing your body back to a good state.

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U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not yet approved the positive health effects of probiotics, but some expert researchers say probiotics have shown good records.

NCCIH (National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health) has sponsored several pieces of research related to the health benefits of probiotics. Although there are numerous bacteria that are classified into probiotics and all of them have their own their own different health benefits, the two most useful groups of probiotics, as per #Science, are Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium.

1) Lactobacillus: It’s the most common probiotics that you can find in yogurt and in any fermented food. It is healthy for those people who are unable to digest lactose.

2) Bifidobacterium: It can be procured from dairy products and gives relief from the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS).

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Health benefits of probiotics

Researchers have found that probiotics helps prevent several severe health problems and improves digestion. Here are some ways it helps your body function properly.

  • Prevents diarrhea and heals infections.
  • Preserves urogenital health.
  • Helps maintain oral hygiene and heals tooth decay naturally.
  • Keeps your liver healthy.
  • Keeps you energetic and active by reducing gas and bloating discomfort.
  • Prevents cold.

Natural sources of probiotics

Foods that are a good source of probiotics are not hard to find either, and they're available at consumers grocery stores. Yogurt is probably the most common: it is available in almost every house and you’ll get tens of billions of good bacteria from its one serving only. Another option is Kefir, a milky beverage that's even better than yogurt, as it provides a more varied group of healthy probiotics. Research published in "Journal of the American Dietetic" has recommended this dish for people with lactose intolerance. Miso, the traditional Japanese seasoning obtained from fermented soybeans and brown rice, is also a good source of lactobacillus acidophilus. Other natural sources from where you can get probiotics are soy milk, sauerkraut, dark chocolate, microalgae, pickles, tempeh, kimchi and olives.

So, support and repair your digestive system by improving the quality of gut-bacteria with the help of probiotics.