Today’s Solutions: October 01, 2023

Scientists have found that one of the most widely used probiotics, commonly found in yogurt, could help prevent osteoporosis. The bone disease is predominant amongst older adults and prevents the regrowth of new bone tissue, making them thinner and thus prone to fractures. Researchers administered the probiotic to laboratory mice and observed that it was able to stimulate the growth of gut bacteria, which in turn led to the production of a protein vital for bone growth.

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