Saturday, March 16, 2019

Information on beneficial bacteria


Bacteria
Bacteria are finite, single-cell organisms, one of the earliest manifestations of life on earth, and one of the oldest living organisms, one of the most prevalent living organisms around us. Bacteria have many types, including organic bacteria, bacteria and bacteria. In the form of groups, bacteria is what is beneficial to the body does not harm them, including what is bacterial pathogenic. In this article we will learn about beneficial bacteria and their benefits in the human body.

Beneficial bacteria
Is a type of bacteria that exist in the body, especially in the digestive system, and also exist in the mouth, nose and throat and on the skin also exist in the vagina and uterus in women, and we can get from some foods, such as dairy products, and these bacteria play a key role in the digestion of food and carry out vital processes Different, and also have an important role in the resistance and treatment of certain diseases of the digestive system.

Beneficial bacteria
Bacteria useful in many types will be mentioned in this article the most important:

 Lactobacillus: The most abundant bacteria in the body, which we can get from dairy products, help the bacteria to treat diarrhea, and also digest lactose sugar in milk.
Bifidobacterium: These bacteria are also abundant in dairy products, and contribute to the relief of symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome.
Streptococcus Thromophyllus: These bacteria produce an enzyme that metabolizes lactose sugar found in milk.
Benefits of beneficial bacteria
In addition to the benefits mentioned in the digestive system, the research indicates that beneficial bacteria play a positive role in some diseases and situations, including:

Irritable bowel syndrome.
Inflammatory bowel disease.
Diarrhea, especially if the cause is bacterial or as a side effect of antibiotics.
Eczema.
Health of the vagina and urinary tract.
Reduce allergies and colds.
Oral Health.
Beneficial bacteria harms
If the bacteria move from their natural place to another organ in the body, they can be dangerous and cause disease.
Coliform bacteria are a common cause of urinary tract infections.
Beneficial bacteria are dangerous in patients with low immunity, such as AIDS patients or patients treated with immunosuppressive drugs.
Beneficial bacteria and birth!
Some bacteria are present in the vagina in women, so some move from mother to child when they leave the birth canal. For this reason, scientists believe that babies born by caesarean section are more likely to become allergic to children born with a natural birth.

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