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Probiotic supplements have been used for over 3 decades as a health remedy to support a wide range of ailments. One of the most common such ailments is “leaky gut syndrome” – a condition where the beneficial bacteria that normally live within the gastrointestinal tract are unable to reach the intestines due to an over abundance of harmful bacteria. As a result, harmful toxins from the intestines are able to enter the bloodstream and travel to other parts of the body. This condition has been linked to a number of different diseases and problems, including allergic reactions, fatigue, arthritis, allergies, gastric distress, brain abscesses, heartburn, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), and various other systemic issues.
A number of studies conducted over the years have indicated that the beneficial bacteria in probiotic supplements may also play a significant role in maintaining the balance of the intestinal microflora, which is the population of microorganisms that exists within the digestive tract. These bacteria normally live in the small intestine where they produce good bacteria (the good kind) that help to regulate the growth of bad bacteria (the bad kind). An imbalance in the ratio of the two types of bacteria (dysbiosis) can lead to the development of several diseases / disorders, including digestive issues, allergies / intolerances and inflammatory bowel diseases.
There are many reasons why the levels of the good bacteria in the intestines might fall. One of the more common reasons is poor immune function, low iron levels and an increase in the presence of yeast and other opportunistic pathogens.
Research indicates that there are several mechanisms by which probiotic supplements can help to regulate the levels of the two most important organisms within the digestive system, the beneficial bacteria and the probiotic fungi. The probiotic fungi are known to have the ability to produce antimicrobial compounds that can be highly effective in the management of the varied hostiles and diseases that are the result of the breakdown of the “good bacteria” in the digestive tract. They can also stimulate the growth of the other organisms that make up the “healthy gut” in the first place. Some of the most commonly used and successful bacteria in a healthy gut are Lactobacillus acidophilus and Gardnerella.
Immune System Support:
Probiotic supplements have recently come into the limelight because of their contribution to the recovery of the immune system after an illness or surgery. When a person has a cold or sore throat, for example, he or she may take an antibiotic to treat the ailment. While antibiotics may have some positive effects on the ailment itself, they have a very negative impact on the “healthy gut” that exists in people with normal immunity systems. These healthy gut organisms play a very important role in the control of the number of yeast and other opportunistic pathogens that infect the body. Taking probiotic supplements can help to restore this balance of the “good” and “bad” bacteria in the gut.
There are many other conditions that can benefit from the regular supplementation of probiotic supplements. For example, inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). If the intestines become infected, there are certain conditions that can occur, such as irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), or a form of IBD called Crohn’s disease. These disorders usually strike at the onset of an infection (enteritis) and can cause abdominal pain and cramping. However, if you take probiotics, they can help to introduce the good bacteria into the GI tract and normalize the function of the intestinal wall, allowing the bowels to function normally again.
Another good reason to consider taking probiotic supplements is to address weight loss issues. It is known that the average human being produces approximately one hundred thousand pathogens in their body. Taken on a daily basis, these organisms can create toxins that work against your weight loss efforts.
A third health benefit of taking probiotic supplements is the reduction in diarrhoea. On average, people experience at least one bout of diarrhoea each year. Probiotics have been shown to reduce the occurrence of diarrhoea, and studies show that they work even better when combined with certain other measures, such as appropriate dietary changes.
The last of the health benefits of probiotic supplements to consider is colony-forming units. Colony-forming units are present in the lining of the gastrointestinal tract. These are responsible for the formation of the first few layers of mucus within the GI tract, and they are thought to also play a role in a person’s immune health. In fact, many people suffer from allergic reactions to some types of foods, but they do not seem to be caused by probiotics. They can actually help to digest your foods.
Specialist Supplements Ltd is a UK-based supplier and dropshipper of wholesale probiotics, which range includes multi-strain, high-strength bacteria, a child-specific probiotic powder, a Saccharomyces boulardii yeast probiotic and herbal / probiotic combination formulas.
All of our wholesale probiotics are available for resale under own label / private label. We have no minimum order quantities.
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