The Christmas period is one of indulgence for many. This often includes indulgent foods like cheese and puddings, and – of course – alcohol.
The two most common kinds for helping the gut are lactobacillus, which can help with diarrhea, and bifidobacterium, which is thought to ease irritable bowel syndrome symptoms.
Rosie recommends taking a probiotic every day.
She said: “You should take them daily. Start now and continue with them throughout the festive season.”
Rosie, who works with Bio-Kult, said: “I would recommend Bio-Kult Brighten because it contains 14 different strains of friendly bacteria and includes additional immune-boosting nutrients such as vitamin D and zinc.”
Another health expert told Express.co.uk probiotics can help you avoid constipation.
Dr. Megan Rossi, known as The Gut Health Doctor, shares educational tools and recipes.
She suggested taking probiotics, making sure to take the right kind of your specific problem.
She said: “The thing is, there are so many different types of probiotics, so we need to understand is that each individual one actually does different things in our body.
“If you had an iron deficiency, you’re not going to go and take vitamin D supplements, and the same goes with probiotics.”
Published at Fri, 10 Dec 2021 04:01:00 +0000