The 6 Foods That Kill Bad Bacteria In Your Gut

The 6 Foods That Kill Bad Bacteria In Your Gut

Here is the third video in your 4 video series on good bacteria & bad bacteria.

This one deals specifically with what you can start doing today to increase the amount of good bacteria in your gut, while starving the bad bacteria that causes fat gain, a weak immune system, diarrhea, muscle pain, inflammation, fatigue, constipation, gas, bloating, acid reflux, indigestion, skin problems, bad breath and tons more.

Yogurt does a lot more damage to your gut than it helps a majority of the time because of what it contains and how it was made.

Now, there are certain types of yogurts that are really great for your gut health, one of the six foods mentioned in the video below.

Please leave your comments below the video. Your feedback is helpful and appreciated.


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  • posted April-07-2014 by Darryl61

    remember when 1980  Sorry for the misunderstanding. We NEVER said that it is not good to eat yogurt. It is just that as far as eating yogurt for probiotics, there are a few things to consider. First, be sure that the label shows that it contains "live cultures" or "probiotics", but on the other hand, even if listed in the ingredients, pasteurization can kill off some of the good bacteria it contained. The second thing to consider is whether or not the yogurt you're eating contains sugar. The "bad" bacteria feeds off of sugar (even the natural sugar found in fruit), which can cause an imbalance when the bad bacteria start to thrive. To be certain that you're getting what you think you're getting, it's best to choose unsweetened (whether natural sweetened with fruit or sugar derivatives, such as high fructose corn syrup, for example). Even if you chose those sweetened with artificial sweeteners, you may contend with negative effects of the chemicals they contain. Other dietary sources of probiotics are kefir, sauerkraut, pickles, kombucha and kimchi, for example. Adding a good probiotic supplement is also good if you are unable to get what you need from dietary sources, but it's always a good idea to check with your doctor to see what's best for you.

  • posted April-05-2014 by rapidroy1

    It sounds very interesting.

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