The harmful bacteria in your gut can cause numerous health problems, especially since it's estimated that most of your immune system is in your digestive tract. The good news is unhealthy gut bacteria can be healed naturally with probiotics. But how do you know which probiotics are best for your unique needs? There are literally hundreds of different strains, and they all provide different functions throughout your system.
Probiotics are divided into strain, species and genus. The most possible genus, which have been clinically proven to deliver many health benefits are: Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium.
Lactobacillus is typically found in the vagina and small intestine, while Bifidobacterium is located in the colon or large intestine. Lactobacillus produces lactic acid and helps control the bad bacteria in our gut. It also helps with the body’s mineral absorption. Bifidobacterium works to promote a stronger immune system by eliminating the growth of bad bacteria in the intestine.
In each of these three genera, there are also separate species of probiotics. The Lactobacillus genus includes four species, which are included in probiotics. Lactobacillus acidophilus is found in fermented foods such as miso, sauerkraut, yogurt and certain other dairy products. It breaks down lactose to lactic acid, and has also been shown to be helpful in preventing immune and vaginal disorders. Another is Lactobacillus casei, which is helpful for treating diarrhea. Lactobacillus rhamnosus is often added to yogurts, cheeses, milk, and other dairy products, and helps strengthen immunity and the gut. Lactobacillus reuteri is a bile and acid resistant probiotic in the small intestine. Studies show that it supports women's overall health and supports a healthy heart.
The Bifidobacterium genus includes probiotic species such as Bifidobacterium longum, which protect the walls of the intestine from bad bacteria, and also breaks down down proteins and carbohydrates like lactose. Other strains from the Bifidobacterium longum specie have been shown to support digestion and the immune system, and can also heal stress and constipation. Finally, there's a Bifidobacterium probiotic species that is beneficial to infants, which is called Bifidobacterium infantis. A specific strain of has been shown to lessen gastrointestinal distress, aids in their ability to digest milk, and promotes good bacteria in the infant’s intestines.
And it doesn't stop there! Each species in both the Bifidobacterium and Lactobacillus genus is broken down even further into individual strains. Each of those strains are unique, and provide different benefits throughout your body.
At Purevee Organics, our high quality probiotics include both Bifidobacterium and Lactobacillus, including 25 billion live cultures and 10 probiotic strains. Our probiotics have been shown to promote stronger immunity, improved gut health, protection from vaginal and UT infections, improved moods, and more.
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