Many studies have shown probiotics in children, adolescents and young adults. Some evidence suggests that probiotics can help reduce the inflammation caused by allergies. However, the results of the studies are mixed in relation to inhaled allergies such as allergic rhinitis (nasal inflammation and discharge). Constipation probiotics for constipation yielded mixed results. Some studies suggest may help reduce symptoms in patients suffering from long-term constipation. However, another study did not demonstrate its effectiveness in young children.
Further studies are needed to determine what forms of probiotic and routes of administration may be effective against constipation. Lactose intolerance supplementation of infant formula for children with probiotics is a proposal to manage potential allergies to cow’s milk, although the evidence is conflicting on whether improved digestion of lactose. It requires further research in this area before it can reach a conclusion. Thrush Preliminary evidence indicates that cheese containing probiotics can help reduce the risk of oral fungal infections (called thrush) in older people. Further research is needed in this area. Urinary tract infection Lactobacillus preparations studies have yielded mixed results. The evidence indicates that a combination of Lactobacillus rhamnosus GR-1 and L. fermentum RC-14 can reduce vaginal bacteria and yeast in healthy women potentially harmful. Other studies have found benefits in women or preterm infants. Further studies are needed to determine the effectiveness of probiotics against urinary tract infections and urogenital tract. With a great interest in health and alternative medicine. I believe that natural remedies and alternative therapies have their place in modern medicine. I am confident that an informed person is potentially a more happy and healthy.