You probably already realize that your intestinal bacteria play an important role in your health. The term, "probiotics," is found everywhere – in scientific literature as well as at the supermarket.
While consuming probiotic supplements to support your internal microbiota makes sense, it seems that healthy intestinal flora requires more than occupants. It also requires bacterial food in prebiotic form. Not surprisingly, prebiotics are found in ordinary food. However, there is also the arrangement of dizzying prebiotic supplements available. Everything you need to know about a high-potency dose of Bacillus subtilis HU58 formulated to enhance the efficacy of MegaSporeBiotic. HU58™ can produce over 12 targeted antibiotics in the intestines, which makes it particularly effective in balancing intestinal microflora.
Is it a prebiotic?
Simply put, prebiotics are nutrients that support the growth of bacteria both in the intestine. A more official definition of prebiotics is ''selectively fermented ingredients that allow specific changes, both in the composition and/or activity in the gastrointestinal microflora that confer benefits upon host wellbeing and health.''
At the molecular level, most of the prebiotics are only fibers. In other words, they are sugar molecules that cannot be digested. Because we cannot digest fiber, it goes into the bottom of the intestinal tract where the intestinal flora is located. Most vegetables have high fiber content and are considered prebiotic food.