What is a Probiotic?
Probiotics are referred to as the "friendly bacteria" that present in human gut. Probiotics play an important roles including the production of vitamins and prevent certain intestinal disorders. These good bacteria maintain good health in your body and decreases the bad bacteria that can cause infection and inflammation.
Probiotics can be found in certain foods, including yogurt, soy drinks, pickles and many more. Dietary supplements containing probiotics are available to improve digestive system and treat Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis. In addition, probiotics supplements treat diarrhea and restore a healthy balance of bacteria in the gut.
Children Probiotics is a child-specific probiotic supplement in tasteless powder form, suitable for babies and children of all ages. It comes in easy-to-administer 1g sachets. It contains 7 strains of naturally-occurring beneficial bacteria (1 billion organisms per sachet), including the child-specific Bifidobacterium infantis strain, as well as the prebiotic fructooligosaccharides (FOS). It is designed to support healthy levels of intestinal flora after a course of antibiotics or following a digestive upset. It can also offer immunity support when babies, toddlers or young children return to playgroups or pre-school and germs and viruses can be prevalent.
Probiotics also treats painful irritable bowel syndrome and help lower cholesterol. Probiotics lactobacilli improves various intestinal conditions and may ease anxiety. Study shows that taking probiotics supplements prolonged the treatment of antibiotics and change the balance of bacteria in the gut.