BY Jennifer Hopper November 14, 2019
A course of antibiotics can throw off the balance of beneficial bacteria in the gut, but taking a daily probiotic during - and after - antibiotic use may help to keep your gut happy and healthy
Can your gut bounce back after antibiotics?
Antibiotic use and abuse is headline fodder in the health and wellness world these days. Their over-prescription has been blamed for creating antibiotic-resistant superbugs, and rendering modern medicine powerless in their wake. And while the medical world is busy figuring out how to outfox the bugs that will blight our future, the truth is that if you have recently taken a course of antibiotics, there is a simple way to help restore the balance of good bacteria in your gut.
As brilliant as antibiotics are at knocking out the bacteria that have tried to take you down, unfortunately your good bacteria can be collateral damage in the war on pathogens. Those long gone good bacteria are sorely missed by your gut microbiome - that happy community of microbes working hard to keep you strong. This can affect the integrity of the gut barrier, and even reduce your immunity.
That’s where Biome Advanced Probiotic promises to deliver some much-needed back up to your beleaguered microbiome. Formulated to introduce some good new bacterial friends to your old ones, Biome Advanced Probiotic is packed full of 30 billion beneficial gut bacteria to help restore the balance to your microbiota.
Taking Biome Advanced Probiotic during and after a course of antibiotics can be a powerful way to keep your gut in good health, as well as ensure that you bounce back to healthy levels after your course is complete. And who wouldn’t feel better after that?
To help restore the balance of beneficial gut bacteria