Think all bacteria are bad for you?

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Think all bacteria are bad for you? Think again! There’s a special type of bacteria called probiotics, which may give your health and wellbeing a major boost.

If you’ve never heard of probiotics—or if you have, but are looking for a deeper understanding—you’ll want to get The Benefits of Probiotics, read this article.

Helpful bacteria can supercharge your health. You’ll learn…

…how probiotics can improve your health and well-being. Scientists are finding that probiotics can be a powerful ally in the fight against a range of health challenges, including: allergies, arthritis, asthma, cancer, depression, heart disease, and gastrointestinal (GI) problems. And a recent study showed that probiotics can even help with weight loss! The guide goes over all of these benefits.

…how you can use probiotics to target specific health conditions. Thanks to The Benefits of Probiotics, you’ll understand how different probiotics treat different conditions. For example, L.acidophilus has been shown to boost healthy digestion and immune function, while B. longum blocks unfriendly bacteria and yeast.

Probiotics we get from the foods are:

Yogurt /Curd

Apples

Dark Chocolates

All south indian dishes - idli, Dosa, uttapam

Khaman - Dhokla

Cheese

olive

Soy Milk

Pickles

Probiotic foods list doesn’t end here, these were a few! Probiotic food aids in the absorption of calcium as well as in preventing allergies. A normal healthy person can consume probiotic food containing about two million live organisms. Those suffering from diabetes, cancer and other such long term illness should consult their doctors before incorporating probiotic foods and drinks in their regular diet.

But remember, excessive consumption of probiotic can lead to indigestion and bloating.