Keeping the gut healthy on antibiotics

This tip can save your gut from antibiotic damage


Hey, Matt Cook here and did you know that just 1 round of antibiotics can mess up men’s gut for up to 2 years?

But don’t worry, I’ve found a simple way to protect your gut when you need to take antibiotics.

It’s all about the right probiotics…

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Keep your gut healthy on antibiotics

Antibiotics are one of the miracles of modern health.

They can cure most bacterial illnesses and keep people from dying in circumstances that would have killed most humans only 200 years ago.

I’m a big fan of antibiotics – when they’re used appropriately.

Even though antibiotics are a fantastic tool in the health tool box, it doesn’t mean they don’t have any negative side effects.

Some of them can be quite dangerous, and all of them can affect your gut.

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A well-known problem with antibiotics is that they disrupt your gut microbiome.

That means that they can wipe out the healthy bacteria that live in your gut.

This happens because antibiotics are non-discriminatory.

They attack ALL the bacteria in your system, not just the ones they’re sent in to destroy.

Millions of antibiotics are ‘given’ every year. Although they can be incredibly effective at treating infections, antibiotics usually do not solely target the bacteria that is causing infection. They also kill the harmless bacteria that live in our gut and help us stay healthy.

Most people know that you can get tummy upset from taking antibiotics.

Sometimes your belly will hurt, and diarrhea is common when taking these treatments.

These symptoms usually resolve in a short amount of time.

Gastrointestinal symptoms such as diarrhea and bloating are also common side effects of antibiotic use.

What most people don’t know is that the microbiome-disrupting effect that causes the tummy upset isn’t short-lived.

A single course of antibiotics can mess up your gut for up to 2 years after treatment.

There is evidence that this disruption to the gut microbiome composition can last for up to 2 years after antibiotic treatment.

That’s a long time to go without a properly aligned gut…

…especially considering that your gut has a huge influence on your immune system.

Keeping a delicate balance in the immune system by eliminating invading pathogens, while still maintaining self-tolerance to avoid autoimmunity, is critical for the body’s health. The gut microbiota that resides in the gastrointestinal tract provides essential health benefits to its host, particularly by regulating immune homeostasis.

Having a gut system that isn’t working well can compromise your overall health. That’s something you should try to avoid if you can.

That doesn’t mean you should avoid antibiotics if you need them.

Sometimes antibiotics are absolutely necessary.

But you should consider taking steps to minimize the impact that antibiotics have on your gut microbiome.

According to this study published in the Journal of Medical Microbiology

…probiotics taken alongside antibiotics can lessen the microbiome-disrupting effect of these treatments.

The authors found that taking probiotics alongside antibiotics can prevent or lessen some antibiotic-induced changes to gut microbiome composition. Probiotics can also help protect species diversity and even restore the populations of some friendly bacteria such as Faecalibacterium prausnitzii, which reduces inflammation and promotes a healthy intestinal barrier.

There are certain species that can really help the gut and potentially solve many problems.

I go over these in my Gut Health Transformation.

Just like anything else when it comes to your health, you shouldn’t just take probiotics willy-nilly.

There are a lot of probiotics on the market that aren’t very good and don’t do anything for your gut.

By taking the right probiotics you can potentially help minimize the amount of problems that you have with your gut after taking antibiotics.

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Matt Cook is editor-in-chief of Daily Medical Discoveries. Matt has been a full time health researcher for 26 years. ABC News interviewed Matt on sexual health issues not long ago. Matt is widely quoted on over 1,000,000 websites. He has over 300,000 daily newsletter readers. Daily Medical Discoveries finds hidden, buried or ignored medical studies through the lens of 100 years of proven science. Matt heads up the editorial team of scientists and health researchers. Each discovery is based upon primary studies from peer reviewed science sources following the Daily Medical Discoveries 7 Step Process to ensure accuracy.