Good bacteria isn’t just for digestion anymore.
Known as “good bacteria," probiotics are essential for a healthy gut and digestive system but they may also play a significant role in your overall health. Many experts, from doctors and nutritionists, to researchers and scientists, all suspect that probiotics may have wide-ranging effects on multiple systems in the body and are exploring new research on the potential power of probiotics.
For Brain Health
Some experts believe that the gut and the brain are closely linked, suggesting that some bacteria strains may benefit the brain and by extension, conditions that affect the mind. In a 2016 study in the journal Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, a correlation between probiotic consumption and improved cognitive function encourages further research into the effects of probiotics on Alzheimer’s disease and dementia.