Probiotics are supplements that aid in the protection and maintenance of a healthy digestive system, particularly the stomach and intestines. Probiotic bacteria are frequently referred to as “good” bacteria.
Probiotics are thought to work in a variety of ways. One method is to balance the number of “good” and “bad” bacteria in the digestive system. This method of action is thought to be effective in treating diarrhea caused by infection or antibiotic use.
Furthermore, several studies have shown that probiotics can help with digestive complaints caused by inflammation (inflammatory bowel disease) or irritation of the digestive tract (irritable bowel syndrome).
Benefits of Probiotic:
- Can Help in The Balance of Beneficial Bacteria in The Digestive System
Normal gut function is enabled by a balanced gut microbiome, whereas changes in gut bacteria can cause problems. Probiotics can help maintain a healthy balance of bacteria in the gut and aid in the repopulation of the microbiome after conditions disrupt it.
- Can Help with the Prevention and Treatment of Diarrhea
While there are numerous causes of diarrhea, a change in gut bacteria can cause loose stools. Antibiotics frequently disrupt the gut microbiome’s balance, resulting in antibiotic-associated diarrhea and bacterial loss.
Probiotics may reduce the risk of antibiotic-associated diarrhea in adults aged 18 to 64. Omni-Biotic AB 10 is a proprietary blend of ten carefully selected bacterial strains that aid in the restoration of the gut microbiome and the reduction of antibiotic-associated diarrhea.
- Specific Probiotic Strains May Help in Heart Health
Cholesterol levels are one factor to consider for optimal heart health. According to some research, taking multiple strains of probiotics may help reduce total cholesterol and low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol, also known as “bad” cholesterol.
- Can Support Immune System Boosting
The bacteria in the gut are frequently out of balance during illness, especially if you have a stomach virus, food poisoning, or have had to take antibiotics. Probiotics replenish your gut flora with beneficial bacteria and can help balance your immune system.
- Keep and Improve Gut Integrity
The gut barrier is a thin (but strong) cell wall that protects the digestive tract. This barrier allows beneficial particles (such as electrolytes and water) to pass from the intestines to the bloodstream while preventing partially digested food or disease-causing particles from passing through.
Proteins and other bacteria may leak through the gut barrier if it is damaged or inflamed. This is referred to as leaky gut syndrome or increased intestinal permeability.