Like it or not, we all have bacteria, both inside and outside of our bodies. Some of it is good and some of it is bad. Good bacteria is crucial for optimal health, whereas bad bacteria is harmful. In our efforts to eradicate the bad bacteria, we often also kill the good bacteria. If we don't somehow replenish the good bacteria, the bad bacteria can take over, causing an imbalance of bad vs. good bacteria. Bacterial imbalances can lead to serious health problems. It's important to understand the difference and how we can promote a healthy bacterial environment.
by Joann Rosso
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