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Probiotics: Supporting Digestive Health

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According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 60 to 70 million Americans are affected by digestive issues. A growing body of research suggests that consumption of probiotics, known as the “good” bacteria that naturally exist in the digestive system, can help support a healthy digestive system. Specifically, probiotics may help support regularity of bowel movements, a healthy gut microflora, and digestive health during travel. The production and absorption of certain nutrients in the colon may also be enhanced by probiotics. Learn more about probiotics, common probiotic species, and what to look for on probiotic product labels.

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