Bifidobacteria Little Helpers, Big Effects
The immune system is a complex biological system that requires many components to interact properly to protect the body from pathogens and the like. About 70 to 80 percent of immune cells are present in the intestinal lining. In addition to the gut bacteria who are already a resident, probiotics could help to modulate immune response and keep pathogens away.
The tiny intestinal microbial residents will find ideal environmental conditions there and, in turn, they leave little room for pathogenic bacteria, viruses, or fungi. The structure of the intestinal flora therefore offers you a lot of health potential.
The well-known probiotics are lactic acid bacteria and bifidobacteria. They shine with special health-promoting properties and are used to increase the numbers of good bacteria in the intestine and restore the balance of the intestinal flora.
Good to know: not all probiotics are created equal. Each bacterium has specific effects that vary from strain to strain. It is therefore important to select the appropriate probiotic for each intended efficacy for successful product development. MILEI offers the following probiotics in its product portfolio: