Probiotics– 40 Billion CFU offers a balanced spectrum of live organisms. Probiotic bacteria are critical for healthy digestion, help maintain the integrity of the intestinal lining, support proper intestinal motility, and participate in the detoxification process.
Probiotics may help:
- improve immune function
- protect against hostile bacteria to prevent infection
- improve digestion and absorption of food and nutrients
Under normal or “balanced” conditions, friendly bacteria in the gut outnumber the unfriendly ones. Probiotics can act as gut-beneficial bacteria that create a physical barrier against unfriendly bacteria.
Probiotics can also help offset the bacterial imbalance caused by taking antibiotics.
Potential benefits of probiotics have been seen in the treatment or prevention of many conditions such as diarrhea, irritable bowel syndrome, ulcerative colitis, and Crohn’s disease.
Probiotics may help breakdown protein and fat in the digestive tract — a valuable benefit to help infants, toddlers, or patients who need to build strength throughout and after an illness.