The Importance of Probiotics After Antibiotics

Most of us have taken antibiotics at least some time in our lives to get rid of a nasty head cold that turned in a bacterial infection, or as a preventative measure of some sort. Antibiotics kill bacteria, they are great at what they do. But, what they can not do is tell the difference between good and bad bacteria. 

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Many of the good bacteria in our body (over 100 trillion) are destroyed by antibiotic treatments and therefore must be replenished. The best way to do this is by consuming probiotics, like Probulin, which contain live bacteria to repopulate the gut. Dr. Shekhar Challa, a gastroenterologist from Kansas, recommends taking probiotics with antibiotics. “Always increase your probiotics when taking antibiotics and for one to two weeks after you stop taking the antibiotic to help combat the side-effects.”

Probulin is an ideal probiotic because it contains live bacteria. Probulin includes the patented strain Lactobacillus acidophilus DDS-1 which uses proprietary gastric bypass technology which minimizes the “loss” of good bacteria before it reaches the small intestine.

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