Lactobacillus strains
The Lactobacillus strains are so named because they produce an enzyme when breaking down foods called lactase. This enzyme helps to break down lactose (milk sugar) - great news for people who avoid dairy products due to lactose intolerance.
L. acidophilus can also combat candida overgrowth, so anyone who frequently suffers from yeast infections will want to take this strain as a first course of action. And studies have shown that L. acidophilus enhances immunity, so you may experience fewer colds and flus if you’re taking itL. rhamnosus is one of the most intensely studied probiotic strains. It is well documented to help folks recover from diarrhea — and to prevent it from happening in the first place.
L. salivarius has the unique ability to eradicate the dreaded Helicobacter pylori bacterium, which is now known to be the major cause of peptic ulcers. This strain secretes a high amount of lactic acid, which completely inhibits the growth of H. pylori.
L. fermentum is a well-characterized probiotic strains with efficacy in the prevention and treatment of urogenital infections in women. It also produces hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) and is believed to inhibit the growth of intestinal and urogenital pathogens.
L. plantarum strains have been shown to offer benefits such as lining and defending the colon, relief of diarrhea associated with antibiotics, reduction of bloating associated with Irritable Bowel Syndrome, improved mucosal status and a reduction of mucosal inflammation. Bifidobacterium strains, including B. bifidum and B. longum
Bifidobacteria are prominent probiotic microorganisms in the intestines. They are well-known to alleviate both constipation and diarrhea. sLike acidophilus, bifidobacteria also activate the immune system, helping produce antibodies and increase resistance to toxins.
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