Probiotics were the spotlight at the annual Digestive Disease Week 2016 held at San Diego, California. A study presented by Nicole Shen, MD, of New York Presbyterian-Weil Cornell Medical Center in New York City found that probiotics may help patients on antibiotics be protected against Clostridium difficile infection.
The digestive tract houses thousands of microorganisms which can be helpful as long as there is a balance of good and bad bacteria. When bacteria overgrows however, the toxins can attack the intestinal lining and cause Clostridicum difficile, also known as C. difficile or C. diff. While this instance is said to be rare, it is considered one of the most important causes of infectious diarrhea in the U.S.
Dr. Shen and a team of other doctors analyzed around nineteen studies to find that of 6942 adults taking antibiotics with probiotics, 2% represented an absolute risk deduction in C. difficile. This result is making way for studies to show how much should be taken for maximum effect.
Probiotics are living microscopic organisms that take the form of bacteria and other organism such as yeasts. They are similar to and work as the good bacteria in the body, and help with digestion and overall health. They are most often used for the treatment of bowel disease and discomfort. Biobita in particular, is made up of three unique kinds of probiotic strains that help your child get more nutrients absorbed into the intestinal wall (Learn more at http://biobita.ph/survive-withstand-grow-how-probiotics-work-in-biobita/).
Ask your doctor about Biobita and probiotics. Order it from our website or from a trusted drug store near you.
Disclaimer: Biobita is a supplement and is not meant to replace medicine for any kind of sickness. For best results, please consult your doctor. Mahalagang Paalala: Ang Biobita ay hindi gamot at hindi dapat gamiting panggamot sa anumang uri ng sakit.