This strain is beneficial to your small intestine, where it helps digest food, produce vitamins, and facilitate easy digestion. Lactobacillus acidophilus has been shown to produce lactase (an enzyme that breaks down milk) and help prevent diarrhea in adults, making it a great addition to this supplement.
Great for breaking down lactic acid and boosting the general health of your immune system, Bifidobacterium lactis has been shown to support healthy cholesterol levels and helps in the overall digestion of sugars, fibers, and other macronutrients.
A natural anti-inflammatory, the benefits of Lactobacilius Brevis are vast. Specifically, this powerful probiotic benefits the human digestive system, supporting digestive health in a number of ways. Some research indicates its ability to combat ulcers. It can also be used to treat urinary tract infections, as well as vaginitis.
This little probiotic packs a powerful punch against harmful bacteria. It has been shown to lower pH levels in the digestive system and impedes the growth of harmful bacteria, while improving and promoting digestion.
Found naturally in pickles, kimchi, and other fermented vegetables, Lacto-bacillus plantarum is one of nature’s most versatile probiotics, and has been used to treat IBS, and ease the symptoms of Crohn’s disease. It’s also one of the most antibiotic resistant probiotics, which is key if you’re recovering from the use of antibiotics. Some research has shown it may be highly-effective in preventing soy related allergies.
A powerful probiotic, Lactobacillus rhamnosus has shown in some studies to have the ability to stop allergic reactions to peanuts in 80% of children tested. It has also shown the ability to prevent rotavirus diarrhea in children, along with other various types of diarrhea in both adults and children. This powerful probiotic is perfect for those looking for help with IBS. According to the British Journal of Nutrition in 2013, it may even help increase weight-loss in women.
This probiotic has been shown to help with diarrhea caused by antibiotics and help with digestion of dairy, like milk or cheese. Lactobacillus salivarius provides a great antimicrobial boost for people who are traveling, as it produces enzymes that are toxic to undesirable bacteria that your body may not be used to when you’re away from home.
A great way to naturally boost your immune system, taking Lactobacillus paracasei has been shown to not only help with digesting, but even boost energy levels. One study showed that the strain could be helpful for fighting infections, and improve fatigue and dental health.
Found naturally in Bulgarian yogurt and Swiss cheese, Lactobacillus bulgaricus promotes the growth of other probiotic microbes, making it a great addition to the Vitamin Bounty family. It has been shown to benefit the pH level of your gastrointestinal tract and help reduce the risks of infection in adults.
This tiny helper has been shown to breakdown fiber. High levels of this probiotic will coat the inner lining of your intestines, helping with digestion and even stimulating your immune system. This probiotic produces great vitamins like B12, biotin, and K2; essential for your long-term wellbeing. If you are on antibiotics, your body will drastically lose Bifidobacterium bifidum population. Taking Vitamin Bounty will help build this health probiotic in your GI tract, and in turn help promote a balanced and healthy digestive system.
This probiotic has been shown to promote regularity in digestion and has many anti-inflammatory benefits to the human digestive system. Some studies have shown that this probiotic is extremely beneficial to the long-term health of your colon.
Important from day one, Bifidobacterium longum is one of the first probiotics to be found in infants and is associated with improved ability to breakdown lactose. It also plays a hand in preventing diarrhea, limiting some food allergies, and limiting the infiltration of pathogens in your digestive tract. It has been shown to help maintain healthy cholesterol levels and has a myriad of antioxidant properties.
Rounding out our list of super probiotics is Saccharomyces boulardii, which is widely used throughout the medical industry to treat and prevent diarrhea, including some infectious types of rotaviral diarrhea in children. Some other health care professionals use this probiotic to fight IBS, yeast infections, urinary tract infections, and lower lactose intolerance.
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