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Best Probiotic Supplement: Unlocking Vital Health Benefits


Health websites and forums are filled with personal stories of people experiencing all sorts of gut-related health issues that lead to other problems.

Like Rhea, who has had problems with GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease) and was given all kinds of medicines by her doctor. None of them gave her lasting relief. She would later develop different forms of pain and burning sensations in her gut.

Michaelynn had persistent diarrhea, indigestion, heartburn, and palpitations. She has been prescribed every kind of drug for acid reflux you could think of. A few years later she experienced drastic weight loss. Not the good kind.

A whole lot of health problems are linked to your gut. Even your sexual health.

In fact, gut issues are even one of the biggest reasons why people are not producing an adequate amount of hormones.

Your intestinal microbiome is part of your endocrine system. When you have an overgrowth of bacteria (SIBO —small intestine bacterial overgrowth), yeast infections or acid reflux, it needs to be corrected by eating foods rich in prebiotics and probiotics. These feel the healthy microbes in your gut.

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⇐ The Truth About Probiotics (And How To Choose The Right One)


Gut health and gut bacteria are the most overlooked elements of hormonal balance (includes menopause, thyroid issues, estrogen excess).

The microbiome is now considered an endocrine organ, some consider it even more powerful than the other endocrine glands –it controls the production and inhibits or support hormonal balance.

You can’t get far in your healing if you don’t fix the gut microbiome.  

Recent research reveals the gut microbiome plays a central role in the regulation of estrogen levels within the body and thus influences the risk of developing estrogen-related diseases such as endometriosis, polycystic ovary syndrome, breast cancer, and prostate cancer.

And while probiotics have been touted as the “savior” for gut-related health problems, most of the commercially available products don’t even work for your gut.

That’s why it’s important to know which probiotics work, and why you need to start adding them to your regular diet.

Dr. Patti Taylor

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