Benefits of Good Bacteria

Published On 29 Jun 2019
Written by
Team Setu
Written by
Team Setu

All hail, good bacteria!

Every time you ask someone for a pro tip on good health, they all give you the mundane list of ‘Fries aren’t good for you’, ‘Start your day with lemon and warm water’, ‘Don’t eat rice at night’, ‘Workout 5 times a week’ etc. The advice inevitably goes from how you need an on-point healthy diet to the countless number of hours at the gym. When was the last time someone told you that what your diet is missing is – ‘Good Bacteria’. No? Never? Great, then! You’re reading the right thing at the right time.

All hail good bacteria

While all those pro-tips may give the much-needed impetus to your health, what you also need alongside is a dose of useful bacteria that regulates your digestive system. Now, we all know of the side effects of a disturbed gut. Digestion problems bring a host of other problems too. Your immune system is affected, sleep is disturbed and you don’t feel the most comfortable at all times. While fixing your diet is just one part of the solution, the other part is useful bacteria. But are you wondering what is good bacteria and how you can get that? The answer lies in the magic of probiotic supplements.


The bacteria in our body can make or break our digestive system. A large part of the way your body functions is dependent on the beneficial bacteria in your body. To regulate your digestion, you require a certain amount of bacteria that fuel your immune system and balances the bad bacteria that breeds in, which is a result of indulging in unhealthy food. Unfortunately, even a diet full of healthy foods and supplements cannot give this bad bacteria a good fight. To efficiently build a pool of good bacterial cells in your body, you require an army of solid soldiers, in this case, called – probiotic bacterias!


Probiotics are types of bacteria or beneficial microorganisms that are champions in aiding good digestion and helping you build a strong immune system. These, essentially supplemented with healthy food are a blessing for your gut and help prevent digestive problems like inflammatory bowel diseases. Hence, when you make probiotics a part of your lifestyle, your overall health gets a refreshing boost, and your gut functions at its maximum. With these benefits of bacteria and with a carefully charted out diet, you can now enjoy your food guilt-free! 


Your gut, our remedy

Three fruits a day will make up for the lack of vitamins in your body. So will boiled chicken, brown rice, and that glorious green tea. But, to make the most of these superfoods, your body requires an immune system that is as brave as a superhero. For that, you require Setu’s Your Gut. Comprised of 6 strains of Lactobacillus and 3 strains of Bifidobacteria, each capsule of Your Gut provides 15 billion CFUs (Colony Forming Units). Your Gut brings a balance to your immune system keeps disease-causing bacteria at bay. Additionally, with regular intake over a period of time, problems like infections, irritable bowel, constipation, digestive discomfort also cease to exist.

Healthy gut, happy gut

Let’s take a look at some of the benefits of a healthy gut.

  • Improves immune health
  • Your oral health is renewed
  • Your weight is in check
  • Hormone levels are regulated
  • Mental health is improved

So, next time someone asks you for a pro-tip on the benefits of bacteria, do tell them to cut down on sugar and bid adieu to fast food, but don’t forget to tell them about the unsung hero – Probiotics!




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