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Bulk Probiotic Strains

It is estimated that only 10% of the 1014 cells in the human body actually belong to the body itself. The overwhelming majority of cells consist of a diverse ecology of non-pathogenic bacteria and 1-2 kg of them live in the gut alone, mainly in the large intestine. Though the colon contains over 500 strains of bacteria, it is generally dominated by 35-40 different types of microbes. Many disorders of the gut have been associated with a disturbance in this distribution of species.

Probiotics are live bacteria that show a documented beneficial effect to the host. Probiotics exhibit a variety of effects: they may be used to prevent and treat antibiotic-associated diarrhoea and acute infectious diarrhoea; they also may be effective in relieving symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome, inflammatory bowel disease, bacterial vaginitis and other acute and chronic ailments. Probiotics are also being used in chronic states of  hyperlipidaemia, renal disorders such as kidney stones, for elimination of toxins in patients undergoing dialysis, studies are also being conducted to evaluate the effects in arthritis, depression etc.

Probiotics are nutritional supplements designed to target pathogenic microbial species distribution by augmenting the growth of non-pathogenic bacteria. A commonly accepted definition of probiotic is "a preparation of or a product containing viable, defined microorganisms in sufficient numbers, which alter the microflora (by implantation or colonization) in a compartment of the host and by that exert beneficial health effects on the host. There is also evidence to suggest that intestinal flora play an important role in immune system response.

Their lack of detrimental side-effects is further reason for their growing popularity...

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