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Probiotics

Probiotics are live microorganisms, such as bacteria or yeasts, that can have beneficial effects on human health when consumed in adequate amounts. These microorganisms are normally found naturally in the...

Probiotics are live microorganisms, such as bacteria or yeasts, that can have beneficial effects on human health when consumed in adequate amounts. These microorganisms are normally found naturally in the gut and play an important role in the digestive system and in supporting the functioning of the immune system.

Benefit

Probiotics help maintain healthy microflora in the gut, which can be disrupted by factors such as poor diet, stress, medication or disease. They can help promote the growth of good bacteria and inhibit the development of harmful bacteria, contributing to the optimal functioning of the digestive system.

Much of the functioning of the immune system is related to gut health. Probiotics can help strengthen the immune system by regulating the body's inflammatory and immune response processes. They can also increase antibody production and improve resistance to infections.

Probiotics can help reduce the symptoms of digestive disorders - constipation, diarrhea, bloating and pain. They help regulate intestinal motility, improve food digestion and absorption, and reduce the risk of indigestion.

Recent research suggests that probiotics may affect mood and mental health. They can help reduce symptoms of depression, anxiety and stress and improve overall emotional well-being.

Probiotics can have a variety of positive effects on overall health. They can help maintain a healthy weight, regulate blood pressure, lower cholesterol, and have a positive effect on other health conditions.

It is important to understand that the effect of probiotics may vary depending on the species and strains of the specific microorganism, the dosage and the individual characteristics of the organism. Therefore, to achieve the best results, it is important to consult a healthcare professional who can prescribe the right type and dose of probiotics based on individual needs.

Consumption

There are many foods that naturally contain probiotics or have them added as ingredients.

Fermented dairy products of animal and plant origin, such as yogurt, kefir, white cheese, and cottage cheese, can be natural sources of probiotics. It is important to choose natural, unsweetened products that do not contain added sweeteners or other artificial substances.

Fermented vegetables, such as sauerkraut (kimchi) and pickles (saurus) may also contain natural probiotics. These products are made through a fermentation process that adds beneficial bacteria to the vegetables and promotes healthy digestion.

Kombucha is a fermented drink made from tea, sugar and kombucha mushrooms. This drink is a natural source of probiotics and can also have a positive effect on the digestive system and general well-being.

Certain types of leavened bread, such as rye or black bread, may also contain probiotics. These breads are made with natural leavens that contribute to the number and effectiveness of probiotics.

Currently, there are various non-dairy fermented milk products, such as soy yogurt or almond yogurt, which can also be a source of probiotics, especially if they are natural and do not contain artificial ingredients.

It is important to note that not all commercial products that are declared as " with probiotics" have a sufficient amount and effectiveness of these beneficial bacteria. Therefore, in order to get the most benefit from probiotics, it is important to choose natural, unsweetened products or to choose alternative special probiotic-enriched food supplements .

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