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How can probiotics reduce GI problems?

Dr. Michael Roizen, MD
Internal Medicine
Probiotics like lactobacillus GG or Bifidus Regularis repopulate your small intestines' bacteria with healthful bacteria, especially after a course of antibiotics. The good bacteria calm down the dangerous ones—meaning that they can help you have less GI irritation, gas, and less risks of an inflammatory uncivil war breaking out.
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