Probiotics are live microorganisms that, when consumed in sufficient proportions, provide health advantages to the host. Diabetes, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, coronary artery disease, a range of chronic inflammatory disorders with an immunological base, and several forms of cancer are on the rise around the world, which may be due in part to rapid changes in our lifestyle. The intake of probiotic foods has piqued the public's curiosity. Probiotics are increasingly becoming recognised for their involvement in the prevention and treatment of a variety of problems that go beyond gut health (cancer, metabolic diseases, etc.). They're live microorganisms that have a lot of advantages for your brain and body. Probiotics is a term derived from the words "pro-" meaning "for" and "-biotic" meaning "life" or "for life," as opposed to "antibiotic," which means "against life." Probiotics like lactobacillus and bifidobacteria, which produce lactic acid, have been found to help balance the gut microflora in numerous studies.