Antibiotics can’t tell the difference between the healthy bacteria your body needs and the bad bacteria causing an infection. In fact, the consequences for your microbiome may still be visible after six months. Sometimes, they can even be permanent.

Your gut microbiome is critical for your health. It’s involved in immune system function, body weight, and even brain health. However, antibiotics can lower the diversity of microbes present in your gut, causing imbalances that increase the risk of inflammation and lower your protection from diseases.

The use of antibiotics during pregnancy, in newborns and infants, is especially problematic because the gut microbiome develops in early life and, during that period, it educates the immune system.

Infants who are exposed to antibiotics either before or after birth have been shown to have fewer health-promoting microbes like Bifidobacteria and Lactobacillus that are dominant members of the infant microbiome.

Probiotics replenish the beneficial bacteria in the gut to prevent disruption to the microbiome’s balance.

Probiotics help to keep (or restore) order in your gut by adding beneficial bacteria which balance the bacterial communities in your gut microbiome.

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