Probiotics in health and disease what is the scientific evidence supplement issue annals of nutrition and metabolism 2010 vol 57 suppl 1 amazonde zeitz m . The use of certain probiotic microorganisms has been touted as a possible and promising therapeutic approach in reducing the risk of inflammatory bowel disease specifically ulcerative colitis several mechanisms have been proposed to explain the benefits of probiotics indicating that some bacterial strains are able to positively modulate the intestinal microbiota and the immune system and . Probiotics and prebiotics are microbiota management tools for improving host health they target gastrointestinal effects via the gut although direct application to other sites such as the oral cavity vaginal tract and skin is being explored here we describe gut derived effects in humans in the . A series of papers presenting current evidence on the efficacy of probiotic therapy in the management and prevention of diseases and nutritional disorders viz diarrhoea gastrointestinal diseases irritable colon atopic dermatitis surgical site infections respiratory tract infections and obesity is presented
How it works:
1. Register Trial Account.
2. Download The Books as you like ( Personal use )