Posts Tagged ‘Antibiotics’

Probiotics during antibiotic treatment

Research recommends the concurrent use of specific probiotics whilst undergoing antibiotic treatment.  In excess of 500 peer reviewed research papers have demonstrated the clinical efficacy of the probiotic yeast Saccharomyces boulardii to preserve gastrointestinal homeostasis. Known benefits of supplementing S. boulardii during a course of antibiotics include: Prevention and treatment of diarrhoea Prevention and treatment…

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Antibiotics aggravate gut microbiota

Recent research has concluded that development of antibiotic-resistance within the human body can be contributed to by even one single treatment of antibiotic use. The results of clinical research on healthy individuals has shown that using antibiotics negatively alters gut microbiota communities. After just one treatment of antibiotics, there were considerable shifts in gut ecology…

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