Discussion:"Good" Bacteria Reduces Stress

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CrowJD (talk|edits) said:

30 August 2011
Two important developments:

1) Mice adopt devil-may-care attitude on probiotics.


<Whew! I feel better already knowing this.>

2) This second article reports on a comment in the journal Nature (this is an important journal). May be necessary to permanently take probiotic supplements (or eat yogurt and kefir) after taking antibiotics:


So it may not be as simple as just eating yogurt after you take a course of antibiotics to re-populate the gut with good bacteria. You may need to eat yogurt or supplement for the rest of your life.

Not just any yogurt will do: http://www.aboutyogurt.com/

<Woe is me, now my stress has gone back up again! Add another item to the shopping list. lol.>

Death&Taxes (talk|edits) said:

30 August 2011
good bacteria, bad bacteria

good carbs, bad carbs,

Actionbsns (talk|edits) said:

30 August 2011
And chocolate reduces your blood pressure. FINALLY, a medication I can truly get on board with.

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