the microbiome

Introducing the Microbiome

Your microbiome is a rich community of living microorganisms. Mostly bacteria and mostly living in your gut (intestines). The good bacteria are called probiotics.

Microbiome and Probiotics

In a healthy gut microbiome, probiotics keep bad bacteria in check. But the stresses of a hectic life or things like a poor diet can throw the microbiome off kilter. This can affect your gut barrier and your digestive health.


Probiotics Help Your Body

Clinical studies show the benefits.
Probiotics can:

  • Help you digest food
  • Help hold bad bacteria in check
  • Support your gut barrier
  • Help maintain healthy bacteria balance