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4 Amazing Things That Probiotics May Help With Aside From Your Digestive Health

by Nature's Branch Support September 22, 2020

4 Amazing Things That Probiotics May Help With Aside From Your Digestive Health

 

One of the most famous quotes that we typically hear nowadays is, "An apple a day, keeps the doctor away." Well, is it possible to apply this mentality to Probiotics? 

When we hear the word "Probiotic,", we automatically think of "good bacteria" helpful to our gut. We believe that its sole function is to aid in improving our digestive health. Let us take this opportunity to tell you... maybe there’s a little more to it!

Through progressive years of research by many health experts and professionals it  has been revealed that the balance of healthy microorganisms in our digestive system are linked to a wide range of other healthy benefits. You're not only taking care of your gut, but you're taking care of your health overall.  

 

What Are Probiotics?

 

Probiotics are bacteria that are considered beneficial or “friendly” to the body. These bacteria naturally live in your body. 

In simple terms, when you get an infection, there may be more bad bacteria in your body, which knock your system out of balance. Good bacteria, such as probiotics, help return the state of your balance to normal. 

Some of the most popular probiotic strains include Bifidobacterium, Lactobacillus, and Saccharomyces strains. 

Here are some other points to be made about  probiotics and how they may be able to support our bodies aside from digestive health:

  

Probiotic for Healthier And Glowing Skin

 

Probiotics have long been recognized to be included in some moisturizers and treatments to help relax skin conditions. Also, prebiotics, a food source for the bacteria, has been studied to help support the skin microbiome. 

Probiotics may also help improve the hydration level and build collagen for a more robust structure of the skin. Some consistent users of probiotics have reported diminished blemishes and improved skin hydration after the persistent application of topical probiotics.

 

Probiotics For Heart Health Support

 

Probiotics may also help protect the heart by reducing "bad" LDL cholesterol levels and modestly help the lowering blood pressure. The lactic acid produced by Probiotics supports decreasing cholesterol by breaking down bile in the gut. Some studies have found that eating a probiotic yogurt for 2–8 weeks reduced total cholesterol by 4% and LDL cholesterol by 5%.* 

Furthermore, according to Dr. Jennifer Pluznick in her study with probiotics, bacteria living in the gut may produce chemicals as part of their normal metabolism after being exposed to the food we eat. After these chemicals are absorbed into the bloodstream, they activate receptors in the blood vessels to help lower blood pressure. As we all know, healthy blood pressure is an excellent contributor to maintaining heart health.

 

Probiotics May Improve Mood and Wellbeing

 

Gut bacteria has been said to play an essential part in our mood and cognitive l health.. According to PubMed.gov, research has shown that good bacterial strains may help reduce stress, and promote anti-anxiety.

Our colon holds trillions of bacterial cells that create a unique ecosystem called the gut microbiome. This also allows nutrients to enter the body and keeps opportunistic pathogens locked out. When this happens, it has been reported that it can positively influence our cognitive functions. Once our brain is taken care of, our perspective and reaction to situations happening in our daily lives may also be positively affected as well. 

 

Probiotics May Support Immunity

 

Taking probiotics every day is a helpful way to provide support for your immunity. 

When feeling sick, most people will turn to antibiotics. These should only be taken under the  proper consultation of your doctor. However, some antibiotics are not selective. Most of the time, they tend to attack both harmful and helpful bacteria. In response to this, many people take probiotics which help replenish the good bacteria. This may therefore help support the immune system in the body.

So, if you have been ill lately and are taking antibiotics, probiotics may be something to research. 

 

Where Can I Find Probiotics?

 

Many superfoods contain probiotics. In one of our blogs about the ‘9 Amazing Foods That Are Great Sources of Probiotics’, we listed some foods you can opt to include in your diet. The top food choices include dark chocolate, greek yogurt, green peas, kimchi, green olives, pickles, miso, cottage cheese, and coconut kefir.

However, we acknowledge that not everyone is a fanatic of the above-mentioned foods. In such cases, why not try a  probiotic supplement?

Nature’s Branch 50 Billion Probiotics  are made with 50 billion CFU live cultures and 15 potent strains, for a premium probiotic experience. Our probiotic promotes natural balance restoration, reduction of gas and bloating, and  positive mood.

Our probiotics also come in delayed-release capsules which means that the capsules penetrate deep into the gut and gastrointestinal tract for optimum efficiency. Moreover, our probiotics include a prebiotic for extra added support.  

Want to find out more? Just click the image below and see if our 50 Billion Probiotics are right for you!




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