Watch Part 2 of our Microbiome series with Kiran Krishnan.
We hope you are enjoying learning all the latest news on the Microbiome. We have another informative video for you this week. Just in time for the holiday weekend where we may be tempted to have that extra hot dog or slice of apple pie.
In case you missed our last video, we will be posting regular you tube videos of our interviews with Microbiologist Kiran Krishnan who is the Chief Scientific Officer of Microbiome Labs.
Over the last 12 years Kiran has been focused on the study of the Human Microbiome.
Kiran is a frequent lecturer on the Human Microbiome at Medical and Nutrition Conferences worldwide. He is currently involved in 4 clinical trials on probiotics.
We asked Kiran about how taking multiple strains of probiotics increases the effectiveness.
When it comes to multiple strains, it’s good to diversify our gut flora.
While this is true, taking a probiotic with 15 different strains that can’t penetrate through the stomach acids in your gut and immediately die off is not going to have a very positive or prolonged effect.
There are certain strains which have a better result in effecting your gut and creating positive change. One such strain is the Bacillus Endospore.
- Acts as the ‘police’ of your gut
- Gets rid of your bad bacteria and fungus
- Fixes damage to the intestinal lining of your gut, which leads to Leaky Gut
- Increase your metabolic function
- Improves your immune function
- Regulates balance of intestinal flora
- Enhances growth of your good bacteria
Should you take more probiotic strains and a higher dose to create more profound change in the gut?
Listen to Kiran’s answer to this question by clicking below.
Stay tuned for Part 3 of the Microbiome Series with Good Gut Solution & Kiran Krishnan coming in two weeks.