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Synonyms for probiotic

a beneficial bacterium found in the intestinal tract of healthy mammals

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Although you might not find the idea of ingesting bacteria too appetizing, probiotics may boost your immune and digestive systems and help your overall wellbeing.
Along with improving digestion, probiotics aid resistance to infectious diseases of the gut.
Probiotics are available in supplement form, but it can be daunting to choose from the numerous products you'll find at most pharmacies and health food stores.
LoveBug's probiotics use a patented delivery technology called BIO-tract that delivers at least 15 times more live probiotic organisms past stomach acids than standard capsules, chewables and powders.
You are very likely to be asked your take on probiotics for a wide range of conditions, said Michael D.
The unique formulation contains 23 powerful probiotics, or microorganisms that can aid the body, particularly the gut and digestive tract.
While good bacteria are often present in food that have been fermented, there are currently no beers in the market that contain probiotics,' she revealed.
In this column, we will briefly review the science supporting the use of topical probiotics in skin care products.
The probiotics are individually packed to preserve the number and viability of the live cultures.
The protective effect waned when patients delayed starting probiotics, reported Nicole T.
Most natural health consumers are familiar with probiotics and their benefits for digestive function and immune response.
ISLAMABAD -- Researchers have found that certain probiotics could help women lose weight and keep it off.
Improved resistance against diseases in Nile tilapia, Oreochromis niloticus can be achieved by probiotics.
Parents today are very familiar with the long-term health advantages of starting probiotics early in life, and are searching for safe products for their infants and toddlers, according to the company.