Bacteriophages reduce bloating, IBS by targeting harmful bacteria
Monday 14th March 2022
People are surprised to learn that about 70% of the human immune system resides in gastrointestinal-associated tissue (known as gut-associated lymphoid tissue.
The immune system relies on the presence of healthy intestinal bacteria to protect the body from illness.
Age, poor diet, medications, and stress can upset the delicate balance of good to bad bacteria.
An imbalanced gut microbiome contributes to autoimmune disorders, metabolic syndrome, diabetes, chronic fatigue, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, obesity, and more.
Incorporating bacteriophages with a probiotic takes this intestinal health strategy a step further.
Bacteriophages are especially beneficial when used in conjunction with probiotics because they act like advanced troops to clear the way for beneficial bacteria to flourish.
Laboratory studies show that when probiotics and phages are used in combination, beneficial bacteria grow to thousands of times their baseline rate.
Let me advise you with an express 30 minute consultation of which probiotics and bacteriophages will work for you.