Probiotics: Can They Provide Better Bowel Movement?


A bowel movements eight hours after every significant meal ensures utmost cleaning of  gastrointestinal (GI) tracts. Since the mid-1990s, clinical studies have established that probiotics therapy can help treat several gastrointestinal ills, delay the development of allergies in children, and treat and prevent vaginal and urinary infections in women.


Our body is home to a wide variety of creatures too small to see. Comprising predominantly of bacteria that populate our gut, some fungi, and even viruses.  Probiotics are beneficial gut bacteria that help stimulate the natural digestive juices and enzymes that keep our digestive organs functioning properly. There are two main groups of probiotics: Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium. Each group has different species, and each species has different strains.

The cells that make up your body (heart, liver, bone, and brain cells) add up to around 1013 cells (10,000,000,000,000). The bacteria in your gut outnumber the cells that make up you ten to one. By far, most of these bacteria are found in the colon.

Avoid frequent use of antibiotics as it can upset the balance of good and bad bacteria.

More Benefit of Probiotics:

Researches have shown that a number of diseases—including cardiovascular disease, diabetes and inflammatory bowel disease—are associated with changes in our gut bacteria or microbiota. Some have been linked to obesity.

They help to train the immune system:


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