Beneficial bacteria in supplement form are called "probiotics", a term that means "for life", because they are the natural guardians of good health and vitality in the intestines. Probiotics are at work 24 hours a day. They hold in check and dominate the many bacteria, viruses, yeast and other pathogenic organisms that inevitably inhabit the intestinal tract. If given the opportunity, pathogens adhere to and successfully colonize the intestinal tract, disrupting intestinal health and consequently the entire body. Beneficial bacteria also have a marked effect on the immune system, enhancing its ability to fight allergies, flu and colds.
Compared to L. acidophilus, the L. rhamnosus strain is 8 to 10 times more prolific, has a broader spectrum of sugar fermentation (an important factor for people with lactose intolerance), is more effective against putrefactive microbes, and blocks pathogens more effectively.
L. acidophilus produces lactic acid which helps maintain a balanced pH in the small intestine, preventing the growth of yeast. Studies show that it is effective in reducing lactose intolerance, preventing the growth of unwanted organisms in the intestine, lowering cholesterol levels and limiting diarrhea.
B. bifidus supports large intestinal health in both children and adults by helping to regulate bowel movements and protecting against yeast and pathogenic bacteria such as E. coli, Clostridium and Shigella.
Goat's milk is an excellent medium for lactic acid bacteria, as it promotes the growth of useful bacteria. In addition, it is free of a certain protein found in cow's milk, to which many people are allergic.
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