Probiotics

That probiotics have a lot of benefits, we can already see in the name. The name probiotics come from the greek word pro (for) and bios (life). You can also say they are called: for life. Probiotics are microorganisms that improve functioning microflora of digestive tract. Or we can simply say that probiotics are good bacteria.

They helps us the most, when we suffer from stomach problems or our intestinal flora is destroyed from other reasons (stress, raging, inadequate nutrition, antibiotics). Since they are good bacteria they are no danger, but you should be careful.

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Probiotics are microorganisms that improve functioning microflora of digestive tract.

Possible milder side effects

People who otherwise not enjoy probiotics could have slight problems when eating them. They may cause loathing and intestinal gas. These are mild and disappear after two or three days.

Not only in special yogurts

Dairy products generally have a maximum of probiotic bacteria. This does not apply for fresh milk, but the yogurt, sour milk, kefir and other fermented products. The best is yogurt. It should be noted that the probiotic bacteria are in all fermented dairy products, not only in those where they are highlighted on the packaging. The good bacteria are also in pickles and pickled cabbage.

Read here how to make home made yogurt.

Just with a reason

Probiotic bacteria enter to our body daily with food so we don’t need to add them with other pharmaceutical additives. We only need to do that in special cases, when intestinal flora is changed. usually this is true, when we eat antibiotics.

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Cabbage also has a lot of probiotics.

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