Have you been wondering what is a good probiotic? The best probiotic supplement has multiple strains of effective bacteria in a dosage potent enough to give you results.
Recently on the channel we learned about the benefits of probiotics to our organism.
Besides the foods we talked about in the last video about them, did you know that you can get probiotics from capsules?
Yes, and it is also possible to consume probiotics through liquids or sachets that need to be diluted in water or juice.
There are many brands sold in drugstores.
There are many types of supplements, many of which include from 1 or up to 10 different probiotics.
Want to know the important ones?
But pay attention to some supplements that are nothing more than false advertisement.
Before buying a supplement, ask your doctor or nutritionist what are the best options for your specific case, and remember:
Look for approval seals such as CL or GMP. The CL seal stands for Consumer Lab, and indicates that the product was tested for purity, strength and safety. GMP means Good Manufacturing Practices.
Most of the time, high quality probiotic supplements are seen as safe and offer few side effects to most people.
Besides taking supplements, it’s also important to keep a healthy diet, rich in fiber, which is the main food for probiotics. The right supplement will help you develop a healthy gut flora.
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