The Best Probiotics for Your Gut Health

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The Doctors are joined by celebrity naturopath Dr. Nigma Talib to share which probiotics are best for your gut health.

The “Younger Skin Starts in the Gut” author says the optimal type of probiotics for gut health is related to the strain of the probiotic and says getting through the stomach's acid is important. She suggests taking a probiotic with a DDS-1 strain, which can survive the stomach's acid and then adhere to the intestines.

"When we have good bacteria in our gut, our skin is a mirror to what's going on in our gut," she explains. "If there is something going on with your skin, there's something going on with your gut."

Dr. Talib also shares that eating too much of certain types of foods can be evident in our faces. Find out if you have a dairy face and also if you are suffering from a sugar or wine face -- and what food swaps you can make to potentially improve your skin.

Some top-rated probiotics include:

up4 Ultra High Potency Probiotic Supplement

up4 Ultra High Potency Probiotic Supplement

OmniBiotics Clinical Strength Probiotics

OmniBiotics Clinical Strength Probiotics

Culturelle Daily Probiotic

Culturelle Daily Probiotic

Wholesome Wellness Organic Probiotics

Wholesome Wellness Organic Probiotics

Nutrition Essentials Top Probiotic Supplement

Nutrition Essentials Top Probiotic Supplement

As always, consult with your doctor before taking any new supplement.

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