Study: Probiotics Exert Dual Action to Aid a Fatty Liver

Study: Probiotics Exert Dual Action to Aid a Fatty Liver

Helping several different types of health maladies, the evidence in favor of supplementing the diet with beneficial bacteria (probiotics) has been steadily growing. Besides the use of probiotics for vaginal yeast infections, flatulence, irritable bowel syndrome and acid reflux, the evidence linking their use with a decrease in fat accumulation in the liver is mounting. A new study just published in September of 2014 reveals that the mechanism by which probiotics reduces liver fat is twofold; it reduces the formation of new lipids and increases the destruction of lipids that have already accumulated.

Read more of this article by Nicole Cutler L.Ac. at liversupport.com/wordpress/...

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