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Peptic UlcerNew studies have found that levels of the bacterium are up to three times higher in people with COPD.
Probiotics – an Answer to Depression?
Did You Know… that the safest, most affordable and most effective alternative to anti-depressants may be… bacteria?
‘B’ is for Bloating (and wind)This easy guide may help you to pinpoint the problem:
Mechanisms of Action of ProbioticsProbiotics are live microorganisms that provide health benefits to the host when ingested in adequate amounts. The strains most frequently used as probiotics include lactic acid bacteria and bifidobacteria.
High Fiber Diet for Diverticular DiseaseThis diverticulitis diet is a high fiber diet for managing diverticulosis, and for reducing effects of diverticulitis.
Lactobacilli and BifidobacteriaLactobacilli and Bifidobacteria are Gram-positive lactic acid-producing bacteria that constitute a major part of the normal intestinal microflora in animals and humans. These friendly bacteria play a key role in enhancing resistance to colonisation by exogenous, potentially pathogenic organisms.
Autism linked to gut bacteria that affects the brain
Researchers have found further evidence linking the type of bacteria in the gut to child with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). The study reveals a distinct difference in the fecal samples of children with and without ASD.
The Science Behind AlcolimClinical studies have revealed that one of the main reasons for excessive alcohol intake by some people is rooted in a profound imbalanced functioning of their cerebral cortex. In particular, the frontal cortex is directly associated with our ability to control behaviour and actions.
Intestinal Microflora in the Newborn InfantFetuses are sterile in the womb, but beginning with the birth process, infants are exposed to microbes that originate from the mother and the surrounding environment including breast milk or formula. The infant tends to acquire the flora swallowed from the vaginal fluid at the time of delivery. Because vaginal flora and intestinal flora are similar, an infant’s flora may closely mimic the intestinal flora of the mother.