Probiotics Proving To Be Beneficial For A Host Of Ailments
Last Updated on Thursday, 17 June 2010 12:50 Written by chris Tuesday, 15 June 2010 01:41
And it’s about time too! I have been personally taking and recommending probiotics for many years now. In hind sight I am blown away by the results. Taking probiotics regularly, especially if you have ever taken anti-biotics, is probably one of the easiest and inexpensive things you can do to help prevent disease and ensure good health. Cultures around the world have been eating probiotics in the form of fermented foods for thousands of years so this is nothing new really. Here is some insight on different strains of these miracle microbes and how they can help you.
Evidence on the benefits of probiotics is building, and much of it is positive. Studies suggest that these natural remedies, which contain beneficial microbes, may help prevent or treat some digestive problems. They may also help regulate the immune system. They may even protect against common respiratory infections.
Probiotics come in many forms, including foods such as yogurt, capsules, powders, and liquids. The various foods and supplements contain one or more of dozens of different probiotic organisms. Each is thought to have its own benefits.
So which probiotics may be right for your needs? Specific probiotic organisms appear to be effective for particular illnesses, so choosing the right kind is crucial. Many questions remain about the best way to take these remedies. But researchers say there is enough evidence to offer some guidance.
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