are generally positive digestive bacteria. It is believed that they help maintain the healthy balance in the gut and digestive system and associated system; for instance, many people believe they help control yeast overgrowth, which among other areas of the body, primarily inhabits the reproductive tract, colon, and gastrointestinal tract.
For instance, people often take probiotics
after a course of antibiotics (antibiotics kill ALL bacteria, negative or positive), so people take probiotics
after to help the good bacteria get a leg up on the bad bacteria regrowth.
Thats how I understand it anyway.
Anyone else know more?
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