We take probiotic supplements for a while, especially after antibiotic treatments, but are these additional supplements actually harmful to our body rather than beneficial? Scientists continued their studies on the subject and sought an answer to the curious question.
Are probiotics actually bad for you?
Probiotic supplements have grown into a multibillion-dollar industry. But they may do the opposite of boosting your gut health, according to studies and experts. https://t.co/0g9Flm9YyA— anahad oconnor (@anahadoconnor) March 28, 2023
Lorenzo Cohen, from the University of Texas, stated that long-term use of probiotic supplements can disrupt the balance of microorganisms in the intestine and cause a condition called dysbiosis. Noting that this balance is important for a healthy immune system, the academic said: "You're not only reducing the number of bad things, but also other good things that you want to be there to create high microbiome diversity."
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