Probiotics and kidney disease is a very well-known topic because of how most know it as good bacteria for your digestive system. Good bacteria, we know that there are trillions of bacteria, we don’t know 100%
The use of probiotics, prebiotics, and symbiotics have long helped people with kidney issues. In this video, Robert emphasizes the benefits of having ‘good bacteria’ in your system in order to fight those kidney toxins. This information is coming
Researchers have published a new study looking at the influence of prebiotic – gum acacia (GA) on the intestinal microbiota in rats with adenine-induced chronic kidney disease (CKD). There is evidence to suggest a bidirectional relationship between microbiota and CKD.
Your body is host to a plethora of microorganisms inhabiting your gastrointestinal and respiratory systems along with your skin, oral cavity and urogenital tracts. These microorganisms, specifically those in your gut, are complex and change over time due to factors