Probiotics: Potential Benefits in Health and Disease
The role of the normal intestinal bacteria flora is just beginning to be understood. The importance of colonic bacteria in the development of immune tolerance and responsiveness is significant. Colonic bacteria provide important nutrients and vitamins for the host. The scientific basis for the use of probiotics, non-pathogenic bacteria to benefit the host, continues to increase rapidly. Learn the latest in recent basic science and clinical studies related to the use of probiotics.
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