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Health Friendly Bacteria: Probiotics
  • 2022-07-03 17:09:01
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Health Friendly Bacteria: Probiotics

You have heard of probiotic and prebiotic concepts. Let us examine these terms that are frequently encountered and mixed.
We can briefly define probiotics as “useful intestinal bacteria .. These bacteria show health impacts such as strengthening our immune system and regulating the digestive system by regulating our intestinal flora. Probiotics increase the absorption of nutrients with the effects they create and allow us to benefit better from the nutrients. Reduces digestive problems such as vomiting, diarrhea and constipation. In addition, the effects of reducing the risk of colon cancer and reducing blood cholesterol levels and reducing allergic symptoms have been shown in the studies. Obesity, which is one of the most important health problems all over the world in recent years, is thought to be associated with intestinal microbial. There are studies showing that probiotics can be effective in providing energy balance and appetite control and therefore in weight control.
So how can we replicate these microorganisms in our intestines? Probiotic sources are fermented foods such as yogurt, kefir and pickles. It is important to consume adequately and balanced in order to show activity in the body. In addition, the effects of prebiotics in the proliferation of probiotics should not be forgotten. Because probiotic bacteria are used as foods. In other words, prebiotics are nutrients of probiotics. Root vegetables such as dandelion, onion, garlic, leek, potatoes, ground apple, asparagus and artichokes, oats, rye, wheat, whole grains such as prebiotics.
As a result… Our immune system may become weak, especially in stressful and intense times such as when we are in, and our risk of developing diseases may increase. Instead of hugging antibiotics immediately, it helps us to protect and balance energy against diseases by positively affecting our health.
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