In recent years a good deal of research has focused on the association between the diversity of our gut bacteria (or microbiome) and overall health.
But could having a healthy gut microbiome profile influence how we respond to infection with COVID-19?
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Some people with IBD know which foods can make them feel worse. If you feel a flare coming on, you may be able to prevent it from getting worse by avoiding problem foods.
According to the latest findings from the Human Microbiome Project (HMP), the correct answer is both.
While it’s very important to take prebiotics to feed our probiotics, there’s compelling new research showing that prebiotics benefit our systems in many other ways.
While probiotics are known to promote healthy digestion by providing a supplement of good bacteria in the intestinal tract, prebiotics are a kind of fiber that assist natural bacteria that is already present in the intestines and colon.