The World Health Organization (WHO) defines probiotics as live bacteria that can play a beneficial role in the health of consumers by ingesting an appropriate amount. This contains three characteristics of probiotics:

Probiotics are “live bacteria”

That is, probiotics can resist various gastrointestinal digestive enzymes and reach the human intestines and stomach alive.

Proper dosage

Probiotics must reach a certain dose to be effective.

Good for health

Only those that are beneficial to human health can be regarded as probiotics.

The number of flora in our intestines is as high as 100 trillion, of which beneficial bacteria, harmful bacteria and neutral bacteria are present in our body in a certain proportion. When the human intestinal flora becomes unbalanced, it will weaken the body’s ability to resist bacteria and viruses and break the balance of the immune system, resulting in a series of diseases. These diseases include: various diarrhea, inflammatory bowel disease, irritable bowel syndrome and other digestive diseases, diabetes, obesity, allergies, asthma and other immune diseases. When the human body is in a state of intestinal flora imbalance, scientific supplementation of probiotic preparations has been scientifically confirmed in the treatment of diarrhea, prevention of antibiotic-related diarrhea, and auxiliary treatment of inflammatory bowel disease and other digestive diseases.

By Haadi