Your gut is the main region of your body in which nutrient uptake takes place, and you make exchanges between your body and the outer environment. Since many diseases begin in the gut, you want to make sure quality flora resides there, in order to maintain your overall health.
Ideally, antibiotics would never be necessary. Hopefully, if possible, you're using natural, alternative remedies to heal yourself. However, sometimes you need to use antibiotics. Here are five tips for rebuilding your gut flora post-antibiotic use.
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