ProDophilus plays a critical role in digesting undigested protein and other foods.*
Lactobacillus acidophilus is a normal inhabitant of the intestinal tract and the most numerous of the lactobacilli. It is considered to be the most beneficial lactobacilli in the intestine.*
Some of the beneficial effects attributed to L. Acidophilus are: cholesterol reduction, inhibition of undesirable bacteria, improved lactose tolerance, reduced carcinogen production, and improved immune response.
This bacterium is also the predominant bacteria in the normal flora of the vagina where it has a role in inhibiting infections.*
Lactobacillus plantarum aids in the balance of beneficial bacteria in the large intestine and produces lactic acid, which is vital to balancing the pH in the colon. It inhibits the translocation of bacteria from the gut to other organs such as lymph nodes and liver. *
Intestinal toxicity leads to a low immune system. Accumulation of toxins in the colon diverticula causes diverticulosis and other problems.*
Lactobacillus plantarum can be utilized throughout the entire gastrointestinal tract eliminating toxins and balancing the environment. The colonies continue to grow and produce a natural antibiotic effect, aiding the immune system in its fight against harmful agents in the body.*
Lactobacillus casei is an inhabitant of the intestinal tract and has been demonstrated to have an immunostimulatory effect by the intestinal secretion of IgA, thus promoting the gut immune barrier. May reduce the severity of diarrhea in children.*
Lactobacillus salivarius has been proven to be capable of producing a high amount of lactic acid and could inhibit and reduce the inflammatory response of H.pylori.*
NOTE: ProDophilus™ does not need refrigeration, and for best results, store at 75º and under.
VERY IMPORTANT: Should be taken as directed on bottle.Indications
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
(*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease or illness. The information provided is not intended to serve as a prescription, or to diagnose, treat or replace the advice of your medical doctor. If you have any medical conditions or are taking prescription or non-prescription medications, consult your physician before altering or discounting the use of them.)