Probiotic bacteria are "live microorganisms which when administered in adequate amounts confer a health
benefit on the host" (FAO/WHO, 2001).
The intestine contains extensive “microbiota”— approx. 100 trillion bacteria cells located mainly in the large intestine. Their function is to keep the intestines healthy, assist the immune system and help with digestion of food.
Here is a list of the functions that probiotics have in your digestive system…
Experts at Yale University reviewed the research. They concluded that probiotics are most effective for:
The immune system is believed to be largely aided by bacteria in the digestive system. The intestine is the body’s most important immune function–related organ. Approximately 60% of the body’s immune cells are present in the intestinal mucosa.
Probiotics aid the immune system by:
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