Gut Biome and Immune system
There has been a lot written in the past decade about how we
have millions of bacteria living in our gut that form/contribute
to our immune system.
We know that antibiotics kill bacteria, both good and bad.
I don't know how long it takes to restore our gut bacteria to
normal levels; let's say a week or two. Maybe a month.
So it seems to me that if one is on the "big three" for a year or
two continuously, then all the good bacteria are killed and
our immune system is weakened.
So the question is has any research been done on this?
For people on the big three, does it seem like you get more