The flora of the colon is an ecosystem where many different species involved interrelated or interdependent in an area of great biodiversity life cycles. A live species generated by other products, and in turn the metabolic activity of the first third proliferation benefits.
The bacteria flora are adapted to their habitat, because they are associated with the life of man for millennia and have evolved with it. That is we are full of bugs that protect us and within our bodies are our own universe.
Now we get into imbalance and what happens? The main function of the colonic flora is the fermentation of indigestible dietary substrates.
This is where these pills, tablets or miraculous yoghurt, filled with trillions of good bacteria come in. Probiotics stimulate the protective functions of the digestive system. They are also known as biotherapeutics, and bio bioprotectors or prophylactic used to prevent enteric infections and gastrointestinal
Probiotics in adequate amounts help to:
- Strengthen the immune system.
- Reduce the negative effects of antibiotic treatment.
- Probiotics help prevent and treat inflammation of the colon after surgery.
- Increase the ability to digest food.
- Reduce lactose intolerance
- Reduce vaginitis and vaginal candidiasis.
- Increase ability to absorb nutrients from food.
- Relieve many digestive disorders such as constipation, diarrhea and irritable bowel syndrome.
- They help improve bad breath.