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What are Probiotics?

What are Probiotics?

Typically referred to as “good bacteria,” these microorganisms live in the large intestines and support the human immune systems and enhance health by warding off toxins and bad bacteria within the gastrointestinal tract.

Probiotics can help in increasing the beneficial intestinal flora that might have decreased due to hormonal and nutritional imbalances.

When this good bacteria drops, it can cause symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome.

Probiotics are found in many natural foods, mainly dairy products, but can also be taken in supplement form.

Some of the best examples include:

  • Traditional sauerkraut
  • Korean kimchi
  • Kefir (Soy, coconut versions available)
  • Kombucha
  • Yogurt
  • Cultured buttermilk
  • Fermented cottage cheese
  • Natto (fermented soy beans)

How Can They Help This Syndrome?

In a 2015 clinical study that was published in the World Journal of Gastroenterology, probiotics were compared to a placebo in tests that measured the levels of relief from IBS symptoms.

Probiotics, especially blends that use multiple species of the microorganisms, were found to be effective in reducing abdominal discomfort over a course of 4 to 6 weeks (Didari et al., 2015).

Moreover, within a 4 week time period, probiotics also improved flatulence and bloating.

Female patients with C-IBS (constipation) saw the greatest improvement; and within 8 to 10 weeks, children with extreme gassiness saw relief from their symptoms (Didari et al., 2015).

In terms of quality of life, probiotic supplementation greatly increased levels of comfort and happiness. Though the effects took some time to develop, within 6 weeks, IBS symptoms and flair-ups were suppressed.

 

Best Probiotics for IBS | Constipation, Bloating, Diarrhea, Gas

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