1. Bacteria in probiotics can evolve in your gut and turn nasty, study shows  The Independent
  2. The cons of probiotics: Evolution could turn good bacteria bad in the gut  New Atlas
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Probiotics have long been thought a force for good in the body, but there may be a gray area between good and bad bacteria. A mouse study conducted at Washington University in St. Louis has now found that probiotics can evolve in the gut, becoming less effective or even turning against the host.Probiotics have long been thought a force for good in the body, but there may be a gray area between good and bad bacteria. A mouse study conducted at Washington University in St. Louis has now found that probiotics can evolve in the gut, becoming less effective or even turning against the host.

The cons of probiotics: Evolution could turn good bacteria bad in the gut

Luke informs that this bad bacteria in the gut feeds on refined carbs and sugar. Probiotics, on the other hand, feed good bacteria and thus increases their production in the gut. This helps in improving gut flora and digestion.Probiotics are wonderful for improving gut health and digestion. Here is a simple and inexpensive probiotic that you can easily prepare at home.

Bid Goodbye To Digestive Issues With This Simple 2-Ingredient Probiotic

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