Cancer and its treatments take a toll on the human body. One of the most common methods of cancer treatment, radiation, indiscriminently destroy both malignant and healthy cells potentially creating its own host of long-term health problems. However, new studies with lab mice out of St. Louis, Missouri’s Washington University School of Medicine have found that radiation therapy patients who take probiotics prior to receiving radition cancer treatment therapy may gain intestinal radioprotective benefits.
Astoundingly, the study’s implications reach even further than cancer patients additionally detailing potential probiotic benefits for all individual hoping to protect themselves from general radiation or at-risk for radiation contamination.
Learn more about this study’s conclusions on the benefits of probiotics by reading the full article from NaturalNews.com