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What affect can probiotics have on fatigue?

Eva B. Cwynar, MD
Internal Medicine
The use of probiotics is one way to keep the digestive process healthy and effective, which is an important aspect of fighting fatigue. Any damage to the digestive tract will noticeably zap your energy, because it means that you are not able to properly absorb the important nutrients from the food you eat, which is, of course, the fuel for your energy furnace. Even patients with chronic fatigue syndrome have reported that probiotics improved fatigue levels, according to a study published in the Nutrition Journal.
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