Why Probiotics are Good for Your Digestion

Your digestive system is one of the most important parts of the body and plays a very vital role in maintaining a healthy body. If your digestive system is not properly working, you are not able to absorb all the nutrients from supplements or the foods you are eating.

Adding probiotics to your daily routine can help your body and your digestive system to properly function so that your body will enjoy all the benefits of optimum health.

Probiotics are one of the best and most effective solutions for restoring your digestive system. They are live bacteria that are good for your health especially for your digestive system and your immune system. You must be aware that there two types of bacteria inside your body, the good and bad bacteria.

Probiotics are  the “good and helpful bacteria

What do these probiotics do?

Among other things, probiotics help keep your gut healthy. They also help balance your bad and good bacteria to keep your body working the way it should work. Probiotics are one of the best solutions in supporting your body and overall health.

Probiotics can provide you with a better immune system, increase your metabolism and many find they lose unwanted weight or are able to gain weight if that is an issue.  Really ... when is that not an issue?  It's all connected and as Hippocrates said (paraphrasing here), all disease begins in the gut! 


If you would like some help reaching your health and wellness goals, reach out! 

You can email me at fran@francinealleyne.com and we can set up a time to have a chat! 

Yours in health and wellness,

Francine Alleyne (RHNC™)
Registered Health & Nutrition Counselor

LOVING DISCLAIMER: Please consult your healthcare practitioner if you are experiencing any symptoms.  I am not a doctor. This post and anything else you find on this website is intended for informational, educational and self-empowerment purposes ONLY and is not intended to treat or diagnose any condition or disease.  




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