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Are probiotics good for you? Can they help with digestive problems? Do they have side effects?
The idea that bacteria are beneficial can be tough to understand. We take antibiotics to kill harmful bacterial infections and use antibacterial soaps and lotions more than ever. The wrong bacteria in the wrong place can cause problems, but the right bacteria in the right place can have benefits. This is where probiotics come into play. . .
Join Kennedy Alexander, dietetic intern from West Chester University, on Tuesday, December at 11:00am to learn about the pros of probiotics with emphasis on immunity and gut balance. The most common fermented foods that contain naturally occurring or added probiotics will be available to sample and snack on.
To register for this free program, stop by our front desk or call 215-723-5841.