Manage the Side Effects of Antibiotics with Probiotics

Manage the Side Effects of Antibiotics with Probiotics

An antibiotic is a type of medicine that can effectively kill harmful microorganisms in the body. However, it also kills good bacteria in your intestinal tract. When good bacteria are reduced, the balance between good and bad microorganisms in the body is disturbed. When this happens, you may experience digestive problems like diarrhea and other health conditions.

Manage Antibiotic-Induced Diarrhea with Probiotics

Diarrhea that is caused by antibiotic therapy can be safely managed by taking a probiotic and prebiotic supplement. Increased bowel movements are one of the results of the reduction of good bacteria in your intestinal tract. By taking a supplement, you’ll be able to replace the lost probiotics and still maintain the balance of microorganisms in your gut.

A prebiotic is the food needed by probiotics to survive in your intestinal tract. Prebiotics promote a good environment for good bacteria to thrive in the intestines. BioVi’s unique formula can survive the harsh conditions of stomach acid and antibiotic therapy that allows our product to work when most other products do not.

Other Benefits of Probiotics

Aside from managing some side effects of antibiotics like diarrhea, probiotics also offer other benefits.

  • They help manage IBS and keep your digestive system healthy.
  • Probiotics, specifically BioVi’s unique strain, may aid in treating infections caused by Candida albicans.

If you are taking antibiotics or looking for a better probiotic, BioVi is one of the choices you might consider.  If you would like to learn more about BioVi you can learn more on our website.  Are you ready to start your BioVi subscription today? Start your BioVi subscription today! 

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