This is one of the latest snippets on Prebiotics – yes! the same Prebiotics found in our Stomax.
Although the information relates to human health, the very same principles apply for our pets and what they eat.
Happy tummies make for happy puppies!
Excerpts from CNB News:
Hippocrates, the father of medicine, once said, “All disease begins in the gut.” Now, 2,000 years later, that belief still rings true. Some of our latest medical breakthroughs focus on what’s happening in our intestinal system.
Bacteria, also known as bugs or germs, we assume they’re all bad, right? Not so fast.
Scientists recently discovered much, if not most, of the bacteria in our body, is good for us. The key to good health depends on having enough of the right kind.
1. ‘Anti-Gut’ Antibiotics
We all have trillions of bacteria living in our intestines–hundreds of different species, each with different functions. Scientists call it our “gut flora.”
Neurologist Dr David Perlmutter, the author of Brain Maker, is one of many physicians warning against disrupting this fragile ecosystem.
“We all carry good and bad bugs, if you will,” he said. “And it’s the imbalance that seems to be the biggest trigger for our illnesses.”