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If you’ve been on antibiotics, take probiotics after you finish. Antibiotics kill both good and bad bacteria – so you need to replenish the good stuff. And according to Cornell University, taking probiotics for 12 weeks after a course of antibiotics will balance your gut and immune system, and reduce your risk of diabetes by 30%! That’s because antibiotics interfere with how your body absorbs glucose and uses it for energy.