Today marks the birth of Gut Recovery, a multi-strain probiotic designed to get your whole family (yep - it’s for adults and kids)back in balance after a course of antibiotics.
Fact is, antibiotics are a necessary evil. When you’re battling a brutal cough, or your toddler has a skyrocketing fever, antibiotics can be life savers. However, as a group of people laser-focused on gut health, it’s our job to let you know antibiotics are also detrimental to your microbiome.
Should you take probiotics with antibiotics? People take doctor-prescribed antibiotics which kills infection-causing bacteria as well as bad bacteria. Read our blog to know how to keep good bacteria while taking antibiotics.
Co-authored by Dr. Ilene Ruhoy, MD, PhD and Dr. Gillian Ehrlich, ARNP, DNP
You may have seen an article on CNN recapping a study published by the American Gastroenterological Association saying there “isn't enough evidence for probiotics to recommend taking them.” We disagree.
Read here why Stefan Weitz (founder of Jetson) and Jetson Gut Council Members: Dr. Anthony Padula - MD, Dr. Gillian Ehrlich - ARNP - DNP, and Dr. Illene Ruhoy - MD - PhD disagree.