Tag: Probiotics

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Online information about probiotics often misleading

January 20, 2020

Via: Medical News Today

As scientists have become increasingly interested in the role of gut bacteria, so have the public. In parallel with the microbiome’s rise to fame, probiotics have grown ever more popular. Probiotics are live organisms that manufacturers add to a range […]

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How safe are probiotics?

December 10, 2018

Via: Medical News Today

Yogurt, for instance, dates back to at least 5000 B.C., and in Korea, kimchi — fermented vegetables — has also been consumed for thousands of years. Today, however, live microorganisms are added to a range of products advertised as providing […]

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Live probiotics can change existing gut flora and alter immune response

November 20, 2018

Via: The Medical News

New research published in the International Journal of Pharmaceutics demonstrates that ‘good’ bacteria in the live probiotic SymproveTM can successfully reach and colonize the gut, where they go on to change the existing gut flora. They are also capable of […]

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Could probiotics replace antibiotics in wound healing?

August 4, 2017

Via: Medical News Today

The microbiome is known to play a major role in gut health, but what about our skin? Billions of bacteria reside there, and the probiotic types may hold great potential to prevent infections during wound healing. Our skin provides a […]


Can Protein, Probiotics Help with Blood Sugar Control?

November 21, 2016

Via: MedlinePlus Health News

Adding protein-rich or probiotic-laden foods to your diet may help control your blood sugar levels, according to a pair of new studies. Both proteins and probiotics appear to slow down digestion of carbohydrates, preventing blood sugar spikes that can lead […]

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Probiotics may help spinal cord injury recovery

November 10, 2016

Via: Medical News Today

The health implications of our gut microbiome – the trillions of bacteria that live in our gastrointestinal tract – have been uncovered in recent years. But a new study finds a surprising benefit of maintaining a healthy gut: better recovery […]