This question is often asked. Therefore, today I will share with you my position on this issue.
In the intestinal microflora, there are millions of different types of bacteria. And useful of them are not only bifido and lactobacilli. Taking the drug and increasing the number of some decreases the number of others.
In other words, taking probiotics unnecessarily, we ourselves create a disturbance in the balance of microflora (or dysbiosis).
My friends, if you are not worried about bloating, gas or stool disorders, you should not take probiotics “just in case”.
A healthy intestine itself maintains a balance of microflora. If these symptoms exist and they often appear, probiotics can hide the picture of the disease, bringing temporary relief.
In the presence of increased bloating and flatulence, you need to perform a coprogram and consult a gastroenterologist.