How to care for your gut bacteria when you're taking antibiotics
|How to care for your gut bacteria when you're taking antibiotics||Darrell Miller||02/07/18|
February 07, 2018 07:59 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: How to care for your gut bacteria when you're taking antibiotics
Gut bacteria are highly necessary for our well being, but what do you do when you take antibiotics to fight other bacteria? One major tip is only take them for as long as you need. This will allow you to still have a gut biota that is health, but maybe a bit knocked down thanks to this antibiotic. Take extra probiotics to seed your guy with good bacteria and maybe even take extra time to heal up and give them time to grow back and make you healthy again.
- Watch the time you take it to make sure you aren't putting too much in your body
- Give your gut time to recover and build back up after this round of antibiotics
- Take probiotics to add in more bacteria to your body and build up the ones you have
"The best way to restore your gut to its pre-antibiotic glory is by eating lots of fibre-rich foods to fuel good bacteria growth."
Read more: https://coach.nine.com.au/2018/01/31/12/29/antibiotics-gut-bacteria-microbiome