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)
For a personal guide through the literature, to create your own wellness plan based on your specific symptoms, body type, and timeline, or to find out which probiotics I use, connect with me on Facebook or visit my website.
*Disclaimer: This information is not meant to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cause ailments. I am not a doctor, physician, nurse, psychologist, nutritionist, accountant, alien, or mathematician. I am simply a human helping people navigate the science and wisdom of wellness and create their own wellness plans.
**Mission: Beatific Wellness educates and empowers women to be their own Wellness Advocates, both at home and at the doctor. To learn more about Beatific Wellness and what I offer, visit: BeatificWellness.com.