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Probiotics Primer: What Science Says About Using Bacteria to Treat Disease.

After training ourselves for so long to avoid bacteria -- they're responsible for serious illnesses, some of which can be life-threatening -- it may be time to re-think microbes. Or at least think more broadly about them.

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Dr. Barry Sears

The best way to maintain good gut health is to consume an anti-inflammatory diet rich in non-starchy vegetables. The polyphenols in the vegetables will stimulate a better balance of microbes as well reduce a leaky gut.

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