61+ Benefits of Probiotics

Written by Biljana Novkovic, PhD | Last updated:
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Puya Yazdi, MD | Written by Biljana Novkovic, PhD | Last updated:

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Probiotics

According to some researchers, probiotics have enormous potential to improve our GI tract, balance the immune system, fight infections and allergies, and improve our mood and cognitive function. What does the current science say? Read on to learn more.

About the Author

Biljana Novkovic

PhD
Biljana received her PhD from Hokkaido University.
Before joining SelfHacked, she was a research scientist with extensive field and laboratory experience. She spent 4 years reviewing the scientific literature on supplements, lab tests and other areas of health sciences. She is passionate about releasing the most accurate science and health information available on topics, and she's meticulous when writing and reviewing articles to make sure the science is sound. She believes that SelfHacked has the best science that is also layperson-friendly on the web.