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Why fungi could be the key to living a bloat-free life

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You keep your fridge stocked with kombucha and have even tried acquiring a taste for sauerkraut (not an easy feat). And yet, you’ve got bloat that won’t quit.

One possible culprit? You’re not getting your daily dose of fungi. That’s why a leading researcher developed BIOHM Probiotics, the first probiotic that reflects the growing body of evidence that a healthy gut balances your bacteria and fungi.

Seriously: In the last 10 years, scientists have discovered an entire community of fungi living in our bodies—and along with good bacteria, it can help absorb nutrients and break down digestive plaque (yep, that’s a thing).

Keep reading for the lowdown on this digestive-health game-changer—and why it could be the key to your can’t-zip-up-your-jeans problems.