“If you’re having issues of just about any kind that keep coming back, it is a good indication of an unhealthy gut.”
Beeyoutiful’s Steve Tallent wrote about some steps we can take toward better health, specifically toward having healthier intestinal flora. The original article appeared in 2012, but the information is just as relevant today as it was then. Here’s an excerpt from his article…
“…Here is the absolute minimum of what you need to know. A healthy gut contains trillions of good bacteria. A healthy gut provides up to 70% of the body’s immune function. Antibiotics kill off good bacteria as well as bad. One dose can kill 50% of the good bacteria in the gut. Bad bacteria, like weeds, tend to reproduce faster than good and can keep good bacteria from rebuilding their strong colonies.
“Yeast overgrowth is common in the U.S. Symptoms of yeast overgrowth include just about every complaint you can possibly muster including fatigue and inability to concentrate, frequent infections, skin conditions, itchiness, diarrhea and constipation, and a host of other things there is no room to list. If you’re having issues of just about any kind that keep coming back, it is a good indication of an unhealthy gut. Eating probiotic-rich foods is good for maintaining a healthy gut, but supplementation is required for rapid reclamation of the gut.
Note: Pregnant or nursing mothers may use Yeast Assassin Lite instead of Yeast Assassin. Yeast Asassin Lite is made of caprylic acid without the potentially harmful-in-pregnancy extra ingredients found in regular Yeast Assassin.