I don’t think I’ll be shocking you today by saying that probiotics help prevent gas, bloating and constipation—that’s a pretty well-known fact at this point. You probably also know that they support your immune system and can help ease asthma and allergies. And if you are a regular reader of mine, I hope you remember that I’ve told you they help with depression, since most of your body’s serotonin is produced in your gut!...
For centuries scientists have been perplexed by what appeared to be a direct connection between the gut and the brain. It doesn’t take much to see this in action and realize there must be some relationship between the two. All you need to do is experience butterflies in your stomach when you’re nervous or rocket to the bathroom with diarrhea when you’re upset to know there’s a definite link. Here’s a little history of...
You have another one about 30 inches south of the first one.
It’s called your gut microbiome.
You also might know that they support your immune system and can help ease asthma and allergies.
And maybe you’ve even heard that they are helpful with depression since most of your body’s serotonin is produced in your gut (especially if you read my blogs on a regular basis!).
Well, there are 2 more surprising health benefits of probiotics that go way beyond your gut!
Specifically to your heart and your liver!