The discovery of penicillin, by Alexander Fleming in 1924, led to what became the greatest medical breakthrough of the 20th century1– antibiotics
The Benefit of Probiotics
It’s important to understand the link between probiotics and antibiotics. Antibiotics effectively prevent bacterial cells from multiplying – allowing the immune system to regain control. But they are unable to differentiate between good and bad bacteria, destroying not only harmful pathogens but the beneficial bacteria in the gut.
Good bacteria is beneficial to the human body and its main goal is to enhance the human health. The most common good bacteria are probiotics, such as entiroTM, which enhances a healthy gut3. Simply put probiotics are the good guys that help increase your gut health and this is important because your gut health is basically a measure of how good your immune system can function4.