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Intestinal Health: Should I Choose A Probiotic With A Human Strain? - Dr. Grobe

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Dr. Grobe discusses whether you should choose a probiotic with a human strain to improve gut health.

Dr. Grobe:
It is important when selecting a probiotic to select a human strain of your lactobacillus or your bifidus.

It’s also important to be a mindful consumer. In a lot of the research that you read will specifically name a certain strain of probiotic. Is it necessarily important that you have that strain? No.

We have millions of different strains of lactobacillus that are in our gut. We have millions of strains of bifidus that are in our gut. So as long as it’s those good healthy strains then that’s the important choice to make.

Lactobacillus and bifidus in the gut serve the purpose of balancing out other bacteria in the gut.

So they help reduce the number of pathological bacteria in the gut as well as help digest the food that’s going through your gut as well as keep the tissue lining of your gut healthy.

About Dr. Denise Quance Grobe, N.D.:
Dr. Denise Quance Grobe, N.D., is a licensed Naturopathic Physician. Her practice is directed towards women's health issues among adults and adolescents, with a focus on personalizing treatments to stimulate the body's healing potential. She blends botanical medicine, homeopathy, medical nutrition, and acupuncture with lifestyle counseling to provide the optimal level of care for her patients.

Dr. Quance Grobe received her doctorate degree from Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine in Tempe, Arizona, in 2004, and has continued to educate and practice within the local community. She is accomplished at treating Stress conditions, Fibromyalgia, Anxiety, Depression, Diabetes, PMS, Menopause, Hormone Balancing, and Osteoporosis.

Visit Dr. Grobe at The Center For True Harmony

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