How does probiotic deficiency affect you?
Probiotic deficiency is very likely one of the causes of most of our gut and digestive system discomforts such as nausea, fatigue, IBS, constipation, diarrhea, yeast infections etc.
As I mentioned in my probiotic bacteria page, if your gastrointestinal tract is not in balance, you will be vulnerable to the above illnesses and the like.
There are two things you can do to prevent yourself and family from having this problem and if you are already suffering from probiotics deficiency, you can rectify this by:
- Understanding exactly what probiotic deficiency is?
- Taking the necessary actions and simple steps to ensure that you and the ones you care about don’t have to ever suffer from the symptoms above.
If you also wish to share this significant insight with the people you dislike as well, then you are an angel. If you don’t, I don’t blame you. Let them suffer in toxicity and nasty vile... Naaa, I’m only kidding. Be a diamond and share, you’ll feel better, trust me. Anyway, back to the plot...
Probiotic deficiency, if you haven’t guessed already, means you simply don’t have enough good bacteria in your large intestine (colon).
Now, picture this in order to grasp the magnitude of probiotics deficiency...
Ok... there’s more to say about this, but I think you get the point I’m making.
The gut flora or the good bacteria population in your gut have many significant jobs. So, when you go on a mass destruction campaign with antibiotics and kill of most of your tiny helpers, you’ve disabled your body from carrying out all those functions and some.
If would like to know the steps to take to avoid probiotics deficiency or to rectify this issue if you’re already suffering from it, go on to my free minerals and vitamins food guide.
Return from Probiotic Deficiency to Probiotic Bacteria