As a Greek word, "Probiotic"
means "for life." As defined by the Food and Agriculture
Organization of the United Nations (FAO), probiotics are "live
microorganisms which when administered in adequate amount confer a health
benefit on the host (FAO 2001)."
Probiotics are friendly microbes that help keep the human digestive system
stable and running smoothly. Probiotics are found naturally in yoghurt.
Several food producers add probiotics to their recipes to improve the health
benefits of their products. Moreover, doctors suggest them to ease the
abdominal cramping, gas and diarrhea which is often linked with using
Probiotics are widely used in U.S., Europe, and Japan. Probiotic
supplements have now been embraced and accepted as agents that can bring
significant health benefits.
- Enhancement of the immune system.
- Antimicrobial effect inhibiting intestinal and food poisoning
- Improvements of gut function by normalizing microflora balance,
reducing constipation and improving intestinal mobility.
- Treatment of diarrhea including infantile, traveler's and antibiotic
- Neutraceutical effects including contributing to the reduction of
serum cholesterol, management of diabetes and prevention of
- Improved nutrition through the enhanced breakdown of vitamins,
minerals and amino acids and their absorption through the intestinal
- Cell normalization effect -normalize capability of cells.
- Cleanse blood - blood becomes cleaner and freer of toxins.
- Prevent infection by harmful bacteria - defense against increase in
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experience basis, but cannot be extended to assure every possible case. It
should be verified and evaluated by the user through proper testing for the
intended conditions of application. Americos does not express or imply any
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