The word “probiotics” is derived from the Latin pro (for) and Greek bios (life). These live microorganisms can be bacterial, viral, or yeast, and can generally only be seen under a microscope.You can learn more about probiotics here: Prebiotic vs Probiotic: What’s the Difference and Why Are They Important?
Probiotics have been shown to have a wide range of benefits for our health. Probiotics use a special process called fermentation to break down the food you eat.
When food passes through the small intestine and into the colon, probiotics work with digestive enzymes to break down the food matter and absorb its nutrients.Read more on lifehack.org