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The results showed an improvement over all the symptoms in the treated group compared with the placebo group. The eczema. People such as Somatic Experiencing would likely agree. In a trial that included 159 women, participants received a placebo or Lactobacillus GG capsules starting from 2-4 weeks before the expected date of delivery. After delivery, breastfeeding mothers continued to take placebo or probiotics for 6 months, formula-fed infants were given a placebo or a probiotic directly over the same period of time. The results showed that the use of Lactobacillus GG reduced the risk of children developing eczema by about 50%. The infants who have eczema may benefit. For more information see this site: Dr. Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr.. I nmunidad some studies suggest.

A trial lasting 12 weeks, evaluated 25 healthy elderly people, half of them were given milk containing a particular string of Bifidobacterium lactis, the others milk alone. The results showed several changes in immune parameters that the researchers as possible indicators to improve immune function. Other studies of 50 people who used B. lactis had similar results. Moreover, a study with 571 children in daycare in Finland found that use of milk fortified with Lactobacillus GG reduced the number and severity of respiratory infections. Cholesterol an 8-week, 70 overweight people showed that probiotic treatment containing S. thermophilus and Enterococcus faecium could reduce LDL (“bad”) cholesterol by about 8%.

Similarly positive results were observed in other tests of the same or other probiotics. However, a 6 month trial found no benefit in the long term. Researchers speculate that participants stopped using the product regularly almost at the end of the study. Safety Issues Probiotics may occasionally cause a temporary increase in gas, but otherwise pose no known risk to most people. However, individuals taking immunosuppressants could possibly run the risk of developing a dangerous infection with the same probiotics, at least one person taking immunosuppressive drugs died in this way. Interactions You Should Know If you are taking antibiotics, can be beneficial to take probiotic supplements at the same time and continue them for a couple of weeks after you have finished the drug treatment. This will help restore the natural balance of bacteria in your digestive tract. With a great interest in issues health and alternative medicine. I believe that natural remedies and alternative therapies have their place in modern medicine. I am confident that an informed person is potentially a more happy and healthy.