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5 Things On Probiotics

Posted on08 Jul 2020
Furthermore, recent research now confirms that probiotics may be helpful for a range of diseases and medical conditions.

These micro-organisms, which can be delivered in supplemental form, have a range of benefits in our body and some of their benefits are reviewed below.

1. Improve Blood Sugar Balance and Manage Diabetes.

Several human-based studies have confirmed that probiotic supplementation can improve blood glucose control. Blood sugar imbalance can be harmful to our body, causing significant strain on our organs. Probiotics are great news for diabetics who have difficulty keeping blood sugar levels within a healthy range.

In a recent analysis of seventeen randomised controlled trials, researchers concluded that the modification of gut microbiota by probiotic supplementation may be a method for preventing and controlling hyperglycaemia (high blood sugar) in clinical practice.

2. Improve Mood In People With Depression and Anxiety

Mental health problems such as depression and anxiety are believed to be associated with disturbances in several brain chemicals and hormones.

These include serotonin, BAGA, and our stress hormone, cortisol. Interest in probiotics to treat depression, anxiety, and other mental health problems is increasing rapidly as research confirms that probiotics can increase levels of serotonin and GABA, and lower levels of cortisol.
Preliminary research has confirmed that probiotics can have positive effects on one's mood.

3. Help Prevent and Overcome Colds and Flu's

The fact that the majority of our immune system is located in the digestive tract is often overlooked. Improving gut health will therefore have a positive effect on our immune response. Researchers have confirmed that probiotics may help manage upper respiratory tract infections in children and adults.

4. Treat Inflammatory Skin Conditions such as Eczema and Acne Several skin-related conditions are associated with an increased auto-immune and inflammatory response.

There are several promising studies demonstrating the benefits of probiotics in reducing the incidence of atopic dermatitis, reducing the severity of acne, and increasing wound healing.

5. Improve Oral Health Investigation of the effects of probiotic bacteria on oral health is still in its early stages.

However, results show that probiotic bacteria are effective against tooth decay, periodontal disease, oral mucosal lesions, and bad breath. Although further research is required to help understand the potential benefits of probiotics, the findings so far are very promising.

Probiotic supplementation, along with eating a healthy and nutritious diet, is a natural and safe ways to improve the health of our body. Probiotic supplementation has traditionally occurred through the intake of probiotic capsules or consumption of fermented foods.

However, a new, effective and simple way to supplement with probiotics is to consume probiotic supplements which have a definitive indicator of how much probiotic bacteria it contains, the strength and the benefits.

reference: www.focus-on.com.au (Health Digest Aust)
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