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Understanding the impact of probiotics and people with disabilities

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Bacteria are everywhere and usually harmful for us. But did you know that there is a type of bacteria, which is actually healthy for our system? Probiotics is the scientific name for the good bacteria, which is friendly for human body, and therefore it is very important to ensure they are present in our body.

It is unfortunate how people are not even aware about what’s probiotics are. They are essential for our body as they fight various bacteria and viruses in different ways.

When and Why Do We Need Probiotic Supplements?

Our body is threatened by bacteria and viruses on a daily basis. Our immune system and probiotics are continuously working to stop them from gaining a foothold. However, since this system is natural our immune system can become overwhelmed if the attach from the bacteria or virus is too powerful of if the number is too high. This is where you need supplements to combat against the harmful effects.

Since the bacteria and viruses attack can make us sick, it is best to take probiotic supplements as soon as you receive the first sign of cold. This naturally boosts the natural abilities of our body to defend against invading pathogens.

The majority of the first symptoms of cold first reach for a probiotic, and then moves on to vitamin C and other cold-fighting and anti-viral products. Another time when it is a must to take supplements for probiotics is after you have treated yourself with antibiotics. Antibiotics tend to kill both bad and good bacteria since it is not able to differentiate. The natural process of destroying the good bacteria weakens the immune system and can wreak havoc on the absorption of nutrition, and digestion of food. Even though it is best that you take probiotics after antibiotics, it is essential that you know the right timings [1].