Gut health is vitally important and the research continues to mount on why that it is. Probiotics can be a part of that but you need to choose carefully which ones you take.
This is the probiotic I take. This is why:
A study published in the World J Gastrointest Pathophysiol Journal found that “oral spore-based probiotic supplementation reduced symptoms indicative of ‘leaky gut syndrome.'”
The study references that gastrointestinal distress such as; bloating, gas, cramps, food sensitivities, and aches and pains; has become a common problem in modern society due to “excessive consumption of highly processed, calorie dense, commercially available foods.”
It found that specifically “spore-based” probiotic supplements can reduce these symptoms.
“According to the literature the biggest advantages of a ‘spore–based’ probiotic is that it is compose of endosomes which are highly resistant to acidic pH, are stable at room temperature, and deliver a much greater quantity of high viability bacteria to the small intestine that traditional probiotic supplements[11,12].
“Sporebiotics have a much higher chance of reaching your lower digestive tract than other non-spore forming bacteria.”
I take Microbiome Labs Mega Sporebiotic Supplement daily along with a black seed oil supplement to keep my gut and immunity in their best shape.
As always with supplements/nutrition check with your doctor first.