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What are benefits of using probiotics for
It has been scientifically proven that probiotics can substantially reduce hemorrhoids development and
prevent from flaring up of the piles, thanks to the bellow mentioned probiotics healing properties.
promote recovery from travelers’ and
relieve constipation, which is the main
reason for hemorrhoids development and flare up
associated with indigestion such gas, diarrhea, constipation and
boost immune system
prevent pathogens from growing and
reduce risk of colon and bladder
lower serum cholesterol
reduce blood pressure in
What are probiotics?
Probiotics are friendly bacteria that live in our
gastrointestinal track. They are common part of gastrointestinal micro flora.
Probiotics are considered as viable
microorganisms that have a beneficial effect in the prevention and treatment of specific
These microorganisms colonizing the human gut help digest foods create vitamins (such as B-12
and K) and inhibit the growth of pathogenic
Probiotics are used for ages. They can be found in many
eaten fermented food-yoghurt, sauerkraut, cheese etc.
Many scientific researches have proven their key role in
maintaining our body in good health. Keeping the intestinal micro flora in balance and creating
conditions for prevailing of friendly bacteria over pathologic micro flora in the gastro-intestinal tract
play key role in boosting our immune system.
The factors that could decrease the amount of these useful
bacteria and might disrupt the normal flora in our intestines are:
The disrupted flora provokes morbid tendencies and
conditions not only in gastro intestinal tract but in other organs and systems of our body.
The result is:
inability to digest or absorb food,
constipation build-up of toxic sludge in the intestines,
deficiencies in essential vitamins,
other problems that can lead to cancer, heart disease, diabetes,
low energy, chronic fatigue, depression.
The goal of probiotic therapy is the restoration of
normal micro flora balance:
The most commonly used probiotics are strains of lactic acid
bacteria (e.g., Lactobacillus, Bifidobacterium and Streptococcus).
According to researchers Bifidobacteria account for
approximately 90% of the total colonic beneficial microflora.
Populations of Lactobacilli are several orders of magnitude
smaller than Bifidobacteria. Lactobacilli in humans inhabit the vagina and the gastrointestinal
Lactobacilli create favourable condition for the growth
of Bifidobacteria colony in human body.
Probiotics can be got from foods and from supplement
Yogurt and milk to which probiotic bacteria have been added,
such as acidophilus milk, and fermented milk products, such as kefirs are natural sources of probiotics.