Health Benefits of Gut Bacteria

Posted by Ruby Tequin on

Not all bacteria are created equal. In fact, some of them do more good than bad. Gut bacteria, for instance, maintain your pet's digestive system's rhythm. It aids in the breaking down of food as well as in the absorption of nutrients in the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. 

What is Gut Bacteria?

All mammals, including our pets, have gut bacteria (also known as good bacteria) in their GI tract. These bacteria naturally occur in the small and large intestines to fight off harmful bacteria and toxins in the body. When your pet has the correct type and balanced gut bacteria, your furry friend can live their healthiest days. It aids in the following life-supporting functions:

  • Improving bone and joint health
  • Boosting energy levels
  • Easing stress
  • Soothing tummy troubles
  • Supporting a healthy weight
  • Maintaining optimal immune function


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