Bringing you the heart of the matter in LifeCycles by Laurie Edwards-Tate.
Probiotics are “friendly” microorganisms which are similar to those naturally living in the human body.
The trillions of friendly bacteria which exist in and on the human body are those bacteria our bodies depend on to help digest our food, produce some vitamins we depend on, maintain the health of our skin, inhibit the growth of bacterial pathogens, and numerous other tasks in the human microbiome. The word “probiotic” is derived from the Latin “pro,” meaning for, and “biota,” meaning life.
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