Have you wonder why people are more and more talking about probiotics? Do you know what probiotics are and how they can boost your health? Have you wonder what all the probiotics supplements are in the stores and what are some ways to get probiotics naturally? If so, read on…
What is that probiotics fuss all about?
There has been an increased attention given to probiotics and its healthy benefits lately. There is no surprise about that as people are becoming not only more health concerned and aware, but also there have been more digestive issues due to people’s lifestyles and technology advancements. The global market size of probiotics in 2017 was valued over USD 36 billion and projected to grow with a CAGR of 6.5% over the forecast period of 2018-2024. So, what does that mean to you?
First, we would like to take a few minutes to go over some frequently asked questions about probiotics to build a solid foundation for our next blogs. For example, what are probiotics, how do they work, etc. Then we will dedicate an entire article on the probiotics health benefits. Probiotics are very important nutrients to include in our daily diet because they have huge impact on our guts where about 70% of our immune system and our enteric nervous system are. We will talk about how to include probiotics in our lifestyle, what are some health conditions that can benefit from using probiotics, and lastly we will talk about probiotics’ safety and side effects.
Are you ready for the probiotics’ series? Check them out…
- Probiotics’ frequently asked questions
- Probiotics’ benefits
- Probiotics’ sources
- Health conditions where probiotics can help
- Probiotics supplements’ safety and side effects
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