Get the most out of your yogurt!
In addition to all that, probiotics are gaining popularity in the medical community as an adjunct treatment to antibiotics. Probiotics can help offset some of the side effects of antibiotics by repopulating the digestive tract with the healthy bacteria the drugs destroy. In a recent press release, Benjamin Kligler, M.D., associate professor of clinical family and social medicine at Albert Einstein College of Medicine at Yeshiva University, said, “With the level of evidence that probiotics work, we see no good reason not to prescribe probiotics when prescribing antibiotics. The only drawback is that probiotics are not covered by health insurance.”
Diabetes adds a layer of complication to even the most common medical problems, and the right defense can make all the difference in your recovery. You can find probiotics in the supplements section of your grocery store, health food store, or pharmacy. To get the most out of your yogurt, look for a statement on the package indicating that the product "contains live and active cultures."
1 - Kligler B., and A. Cohrssen. 2008. Probiotics. American Family Physician 78, no. 9. (Accessed 12/29/08).
2 - NCCAM Health Information. An Introduction to Probiotics. (Accessed 01/09/09).
3 - The Mayo Clinic. Probiotics: What Are They? (Accessed 01/09/09).
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