Our internal ecosystem is 90% microbial, so it shouldn’t surprise any of us that when that 90% is not running on all of its 15 to 724 trillion cylinders, as the human hosts, we feel it.

To help keep that internal (yet foreign) ecosystem happy and thriving:

Take Probiotics. But not just any probiotics.

Taking transient probiotics that pass through and offer temporary relief is just that, temporary. For permanent residency of good bacteria in our guts so that a necessary and diverse microbial population can proliferate, flourish, and keep the bad bugs at bay, we need to take a probiotic with both transient and colonizing “good” flora. And since this can be hard to find with the low-quality, high-supply market, I have two that I like. (#NoAffiliations)

Published by Beatific Wellness

Passionately coaching women to reach their full potential through work-life balance, time management, gratitude, and stress-reducing exercises. My previous credibility in chemistry, biochemistry, and pharmaceuticals has allowed my clients to fully understand the effects of their short-term decisions on their long-term health and wellness goals. I help intelligent professionals and young creatives with permanent, sustainable change so that they meet their goals and better themselves, their families, and their communities!

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