You probably know that prebiotics are good, even if you aren’t sure why. Here’s the deal:
You have about 40 trillion bacteria in your body (don’t panic — it’s not just you). They make up what’s called your microbiome and support overall health. But some intestinal bacteria contribute to disease, and the foods you eat influence what bacteria show up in your digestive tract.
Good gut bacteria team up with immune cells to shape your body’s response to harmful bacteria, viruses, and other nasty stuff. Prebiotics are food for good bacteria, and your daily dose of turkey tail is full of them.
TLDR? Turkey tail gives you digestive relief by balancing gut bacteria and stimulating cellular immunity.