People have always talked about taking probiotics, but I never really understood why they were taking them and what they do for you. I decided to look into it, and see if it was something I would be interested in. I found there are many reasons why people take probiotics, as they are used both to treat and prevent health problems. They are also known to restore beneficial bacteria to your microbiome after a dose of antibiotics. In addition to this, here are the top 10 reasons why taking a daily probiotic supplement is one of the best things you can do to improve your overall health and wellness.
- Promote a healthy microbiome
- Balance immune function
- Enhance nutrient absorption
- Improve your mood
- Maintain a healthy body weight
- Fight bad breath
- Keep temporary inflammation in check8. Reduce fatigue
- Balance your blood sugar
- Improve the appearance of your skin
After doing some research here is why I chose Dr. Ohhira’s Probiotics. It is a family owned and operated business that’s passionate about offering scientifically sound formulas with proven protocols that empower consumers to take control of their health in a natural and proactive manner. Essential Formulas Incorporated is a member of numerous natural health associations and actively participates in lobbying efforts on behalf of the natural product industry.
Dr. Ohhira’s is an all-natural, SUPERIOR PRO-BIOTIC developed to support digestive comfort, nutrient absorption, and a healthy immune system. Unlike most other probiotic products, Dr. Ohhira’s Probiotics are not cultured or grown in a laboratory. Ingredients such as mountain spring water, fruits, and vegetables are fermented for three years with 12 distinctive probiotic strains. This rich culture medium (PRE-BIOTICS) is then encapsulated along with the probiotics that have grown together over the three-year period, and the resulting nutrients from this fermentation process (POST-BIOTICS). This allows the supplements to deliver viable probiotics and that encourage your body’s innate ability to grow its own friendly bacteria