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Natural Acne Remedy, Probiotic Action Explains the Science behind Using Probiotics for Better Health
Date:6/19/2013

Miami, FL (PRWEB) June 19, 2013

An article posted earlier this week by Fox News shed light on the increasing number of uses for probiotics. The article stated that while many products are claiming to have probiotic qualities, and the associate benefits may beeb listed, the actual use for probiotics may go beyond gut health, reducing inflammation, and helping clear skin conditions. While the total uses of probiotics have not yet been discovered, Fox News shed light on the the uses of these “miracle” bacterium, and debunked the myths surrounding them.

To help explain the science behind the uses for probiotics, Probiotic Action, best known for their topical probiotic shares industry insight on how these tiny bugs promote better health.

Probiotics are various types of “good” bacteria that the body needs in order to produce certain functions. Primarily used to deter swelling in the gut, and help fight intestinal ailments, probiotics are now being used to reduce the amount of negative bacteria on the skin, and support a healthy immune system.

While probiotics are ingestible in pill form, through food, and as a topical probiotic, these helpful germs have been building in our immune system since birth. The combination of bacteria in the body and how it helps promote better health is known as the microbiome. Using probiotics helps balance the internal levels of bacteria that have been building your entire life, and continue to build everyday.

“With the rise in antibiotic resistant bacteria, cases of severe acne, and other bacterial infections, the need to balance the levels of good and bad bacteria has also rise,” says Probiotic Action spokeman’s Fernando Perez. “For any ailment that may be bacteria drive
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