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What does Probiotic do for the body

Probiotics are microorganisms or bacteria. They promote health when consumed in sufficient quantity. They should be kept alive. They may die by heat, stomach acid or by time. The destruction can be avoided by taking Probiotics with meals. Only few Probiotics make way through the Stomach. One should take enough active Probiotics so atleast some make it to the Large Intestine.
Probiotics are widely used for the treatment of Digestive disorders as Diarrhea and some Inflammatory Bowel Diseases. Probiotics can be obtained from fermented foods as well as supplements. They can be taken orally or intra vaginally. Probiotics are found in Yoghurt and diary products, Sauerkraut, Kifer, Dark Chocolate, Microalgae, Miso Soup, Pickles, Tempeh, Kim Chi and Kombucha Tea.

What are the functions of Probiotic in the Body
Probiotics are considered essential for Immune cell modulation and inhibition of pathogens. It suppresses the growth of toxin produced by pathogens and increases the production of beneficial microorganisms in the Gastrointestinal Tract. It increases the production of essential compounds as SCFA's in the Body. SCFA's helps to create healthier colon. Probiotics increase mucin production in the gut. It provides a protective coating between Lumen and Intestinal cells.
Probiotics are capable of modulating the Immune System relating to systemic and mucosal level. The Antiinflammatory property of Probiotics stimulate the secretion of metabolites. Some Probiotics also possess Anticancer properties.

What are the Benefits of Probiotic
Induce Oral tolerance
Modify GIT Transit time
Adhere to Intestinal Mucosa
Strengthens the Intestinal Gut
Produces Antimicrobial compounds
Colonisation of the Intestinal tract
Stabilizes Gastric Acid and Bile Salt
Protect the Body against food allergies
Increases the production of SCFA compounds
Reduces the effects of Intestinal Bowel Syndrome ( IBS )
Treats Atopic Eczema, Gastrointestinal Infections, Diarrhea, Pancreatitis, Constipation, Colic, Crohn's disease, Non Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease ( NAFLD ) and High Cholesterol

Deficiency of Probiotic in the Body may cause
Abdominal pain

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