Foods like yogurt, fermented and sour milk, cheese and dietary supplements contain good bacteria that are extremely beneficial for our digestion. According to a new research, the consumption of these beneficial bacteria through foods or ...
A lotion enriched with the body's own beneficial bacteria may help protect against skin infections such as eczema, a new study claims.
According to researchers from the Genetic Science Centre at the University of Utah, over-cleaning can damage the good bacteria in your body.
Probiotic foods contain good bacteria which act on our digestive system, supporting nutrition absorption and the immune system. Here's why you should include them in your diet.
Fermentation preserves food because the organisms that are being cultivated, do not allow the growth of other bacteria that would otherwise spoil the food.
'Ginger bug' is basically a mixture of ginger, sugar and water, which is fermented to culture good and beneficial bacteria.
A recent study explains how our stomach has a certain bacteria that help us digest yeast and other complex carbohydrates.
Next time you have yogurt or gulp down a fermented milk drink, remember that millions of 'good' bacteria will pass through your digestive tract to reach the colon not only making your gut stronger, but ...
Bad gut bacteria -- or an insufficient amount of good bacteria -- may have a direct link to multiple sclerosis, say researchers, including one of Indian-origin.
Minimise the intake of processed foods like French fries, hamburgers and pastries. They curb growth of 'good bacteria' in the gut, which in turn, slows your metabolism. Slower metabolism also leads to fat gain.