Why We Need Probiotics AND Prebiotics
Your microbiome establishes itself at birth, dominated by a strain called bifidobacteria. The introduction of solid food gradually transforms it into an adult gut characterized by a diverse blend of microorganisms. However, as we age along with lifestyle choices, the diversity decreases, often translating into GI dysbiosis. GI dysbiosis can lead to anxiety, depression, autoimmune disease and more.
To protect yourself from GI dysbiosis, one of the best things you can do is supplement with probiotics and prebiotics. Native Sun Nutrition in Las Vegas carries the best of both and other gut-support supplements so you can keep a healthy, diverse blend of probiotics in your gut.
Why We Need Probiotics
A simple diet and lifestyle adjustment aren’t enough. The typical American diet leads to an alkaline gut, allowing bad bacteria to thrive. This is made worse when we take antibiotics and other pharmaceutical products, suffer from stress, lack of sleep, and a sedentary lifestyle. A steady supply of probiotics is a fast and effective way to promote a healthy gut microbiome.
Why We Need Prebiotics
Probiotics alone aren’t enough. They need prebiotic support. Prebiotics are carbohydrates that beneficial bacteria eat. They strengthen and significantly increase the good bacteria, and help suppress the bad bacteria, promoting an optimal environment for good digestive health.
Achieve Optimal Gut Health at Native Sun Nutrition
Dr. Caroline Williams is a chiropractic physician with an emphasis on functional medicine. She has been practicing in Las Vegas, Nevada since 2001, and has effectively helped countless patients not only improve their health but also prevent dysfunction and disease from developing.
She takes a scientific approach using objective data from lab work, and specific diagnostics needed to assess each individual based on challenges they are facing along with health history, and lifestyle assessment. Here results with patients speak for themselves, check out her patient reviews here.
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