ProbioticsProbiotics and its Health Benefits
Frequently Asked Questions
Probiotics, often known as live bacteria, are beneficial to human health when consumed in proper quantities. However, some yeast can also be categorized as probiotics but are typically bacteria.
- Good for digestion
- Maintains a healthy balance of gut bacteria
- Improves nutrient absorption
- Reduces bloating and gas
- Improves immune response
- Improves sexual health
- Good for urinary tract infections
- Improves heart health by lowering cholesterol
- Lactobacillus acidophilus: Known for its ability to produce lactase and support the digestion of lactose. Additionally, it helps to preserve an optimal intestinal flora.
- Lactobacillus rhamnosus: Supports healthy digestion and aids in immune system regulation. It has been researched for potential benefits in managing and preventing diarrhea.
- Intestinal Bifidobacterium: Encourages immune function and helps to keep a healthy gut microbiota.
- Longum Bifidobacterium: Helps regulate the immune system and digestion in the gut as a whole.
- Thermophilus Streptococcus: Contributes to the digestion of lactose and the improvement of intestinal health.
- Veggie fermentation
- Traditional buttermilk