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.

FUNCTIONS OF GOOD BACTERIA

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