- 13 Aug
Probiotic versus Prebiotic
When you live with a digestive disorder or an auto-immune disease, one of the most important factors in dealing with your condition is to become as knowledgeable as possible. The more you know, the better suited you will be and the easier it will be to live a normal and healthy life with an auto-immune disease or digestive disorder.
There are many questions related to living life with an auto-immune disease or digestive disorder, such as, “what can I eat?” “Can I participate in normal activities?” Or even lesser known questions like, “what is the difference between probiotic and prebiotic?”
A.M.P. Floracel is a company that produces 100% all natural and organic, aloe based supplements that alleviate the symptoms of digestive disorders and auto-immune diseases. A.M.P. Floracel knows that dealing with your auto-immune or digestive disease is about more than just finding natural home remedies; it’s about knowing the difference and symbiotic relationship between probiotics and prebiotics, so that when you are finding supplements the terms are not confusing.
Probiotics are the “friendly bacteria” or microorganisms that offer health benefits to the digestive system. Probiotics are considered beneficial because they help keep the stomach healthy. Probiotics are found naturally in the body, but you can also find them in foods and supplements such as A.M.P. Floracel’s all natural, aloe powder based supplements. There are many bacteria that are classified as probiotics and they all have different health benefits.
Prebiotics are a non-digestible food ingredient that promotes the growth of beneficial microorganisms (probiotics) in the intestines. Prebiotics are food for our flora or probiotics, the living organisms that contribute to our intestines’ health and well-being.