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The intestinal tract is the largest micro-ecosystem in the body and its normal and dysfunctional nature has a pivotal impact on the health and longevity of the body. Probiotics can regulate the gut and promote healthy intestinal function. The following details the benefits of probiotic supplements.
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l Regulate the balance of human intestinal flora
l Stops the production of carcinogens
l Improve immunity
l Inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria
Probiotic supplements can regulate the balance of human intestinal flora and promote human health. A lot of research and medical practice found that micro-ecological preparations made of probiotics such as Bifidobacterium intestinalis and Lactobacillus can effectively supplement human intestinal bifidobacteria and Lactobacillus, regulate the intestinal micro-ecological balance, play a health care function and make the intestine "younger". Probiotics are so important to protect the health of the elderly, and choosing an effective intake method is the guarantee to ensure the maximum effectiveness of probiotics.
Bifidobacterium and Lactobacillus can prevent the synthesis of carcinogenic substances - nitrosamines, which can prevent cancer in the digestive tract; while Lactobacillus secretes a large number of organic acids such as lactic acid, which can speed up intestinal peristalsis and promote the excretion of feces as soon as possible, reducing the stimulation of harmful toxins to the intestinal wall, which is also conducive to preventing the occurrence of colorectal cancer. At the same time, these beneficial bacteria can also improve the body's tolerance to radiation and reduce the adverse reactions caused by radiation therapy. Therefore, supplementing probiotics can effectively improve the intestinal health of the elderly.
Probiotics in the intestinal tract can help the body synthesize B vitamins, vitamin K, folic acid, and other vitamins that are not found in food but are necessary for the body; at the same time, according to the principle of biological antagonism, the antibacterial substances such as butyric acid and acetic acid produced by probiotics can inhibit the growth and reproduction of harmful bacteria and enhance the immune ability of the body.
When people enter old age, the metabolic function of the body decreases, and the physiological functions of digestion, endocrine, and immunity are all reduced, which leads to a great reduction in the number of normal beneficial bacteria that used to be dominant in the intestinal tract, while the number of harmful bacteria gradually increases or even becomes anti-dominant.
In the intake of probiotics, let its number increase, you can "seed", but also "raise". The purpose of "seeding" is to take probiotic supplements directly orally so that live probiotics can settle in the intestine and pass on to the next generation; "nourishing" is to provide probiotics with the food they like - prebiotics (oligosaccharides), to give them a good nutritional environment. Create a good nutritional environment, so that they can multiply quickly and "overpower" the harmful bacteria.
Of course, with the combination of "planting" and "nourishing", the intestinal tract can be rejuvenated more quickly. British nutrition experts advocate that people over the age of 60 should be encouraged to take probiotics every day to replenish the "beneficial bacteria" in the body, so that the beneficial bacteria are always at a high level, thereby inhibiting the growth of harmful bacteria and reducing the incidence of intestinal infections.