How Can S. Boulardii Support Gut Health During Antibiotic Treatment?

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S.boulardii : the power of a probiotic yeast to support microbiome health during antibiotics therapy 

We have probably all taken antibiotics at one time or another in our lives.

Antibiotics are commonly prescribed to treat bacterial infections as well as certain parasites.

The antibiotics not only destroy pathogenic bacteria, but also useful bacteria and can cause an imbalance of the microbiome in the gastrointestinal tract.

S.boulardii is the response to support microbiome during antibiotic therapy.

Saccharomyces cerevisiae var. boulardii is the most documented probiotic yeast with more than 65 years of clinical research that supports the gut barrier defense system. 

As it is a yeast, S. boulardii does not inter-act with antibiotics treatment and is an effective probiotic supplement to take during antibiotic treatment to help maintain gut health. 

Its efficacy has been demonstrated on the main antibiotic used. 

In this infographic, you will find the definition of antibiotics, their modes of action, and their potential effects on the microbiome, as well as how S. boulardii can be a true partner in supporting the microbiome during antibiotic treatment. 

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