Gut Bacteria Recover From Antibiotics, but They May Take Six Months

Analysis by Dr. Joseph Mercola

Research shows that our gut microbiome is heavily impacted and altered by antibiotics, and we do know that reseeding your gut with good probiotics and foods can nourish your microbiome. But, as Ars Technica reports, as we learn more about how this process works, scientists are finding that it can take as much as six months for your gut to recover — and sometimes, certain microorganisms are lost forever — after a round of antibiotics. The mysteries and wonders of the gut...

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