Walgreens Probiotics

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Walgreens probiotics

Walgreens probiotics come in capsule or tablet form and work inside the gut to maintain a balance of healthy intestinal bacteria. These dietary supplements help you maintain intestinal health, halt urinary tract infections, and treat diarrhea. Probiotics, such as those found in Walgreens probiotics, help maintain the health of the digestive tract and may boost the immune system. While it is also possible to get probiotics through eating certain foods, such as yogurt, miso, and kefir, it can be difficult to consume these foods in sufficient amounts on a daily basis, so probiotic supplements are more likely to provide a consistent influx of probiotics. Walgreens probiotics contain live organisms that colonize the digestive tract and fight off unhealthy bacteria and viruses.

Taking Walgreens probiotics

Walgreens probiotics are safe to use on a daily basis, and they can be taken once per day. In some circumstances, taking a probiotic supplement is even more important. Travel, stress, illness, and dietary changes can all take a toll on the natural gut flora, so you might especially need probiotics when going through any of these circumstances. Walgreens probiotics contain a minimum of 20 million live colonies per capsule or tablet, so you can rest assured that you are getting sufficient levels of probiotic bacteria to have an effect. Another time you might need to use probiotic supplements is when you are on antibiotics. Antibiotics kill the natural gut bacteria as well as any invading bacteria they are designed to treat. This leaves a space in the gut ecosystem that other bacteria try to fill. Probiotic supplements can fill that gap and restore normal intestinal functioning.