What They Do
- Probiotic bacteria are essential for digestion, absorption and assimilation.
- Probiotics facilitate better absorption of nutrients, vitamins and minerals.
- Probiotics are essential to maintaining the delicate gastrointestinal ecosystem and ensuring that enough friendly bacteria exist to offer health benefits.
- Probiotic therapy is modeled on an already established and highly efficient biological system within the human body.
- Probiotics are a proven, safe and natural aid for a variety of gastrointestinal ills.
How They Help
- Probiotics can be used to help control diarrhea, whether brought on by illness or as a side effect of antibiotic treatment.
- Probiotics can be helpful in addressing difficult-to-treat illnesses such as Crohn’s disease, irritable bowel syndrome, and ulcerative colitis.
- Probiotics can be helpful in addressing women’s urogenital health issues.
- Some preliminary research suggests that probiotics may help in the treatment of allergies, certain types of cancer, and high cholesterol.
- Studies show that probiotics can be helpful in addressing lactose intolerance and constipation.
- Studies show that probiotics can be helpful in addressing eczema in children.
- New research suggests that probiotics have a tangible effect on improving human metabolism.