Wholistic Living Blog — gut skin connection
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A multitude of factors, including antibiotic use, dietary choices, lifestyle, and genetics, can impact the microbial balance within the gut. Probiotics work by assisting in the transformation of naturally occurring colonies in the environments to which they are exposed. They encourage the growth of commensal (good) bacteria by replenishing their numbers and/or pushing away non-commensal bacteria that have taken up residence in places they shouldn't be. Any statements or products mentioned herein this article are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
How probiotics get their names.
Probiotic names include a genus (first letter capitalized) and species (follows the genus, usually italicized). For example: Lactobacillus r hamnosus.
Guarana is a Brazilian plant that contains:⠀
⁃ Antioxidants such as caffeine, catechizes, theobromine, and theophylline combat free radicals, which reduce skin aging as well as skin damage.⠀
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