|Prebiotics: Psyllium Husk 95%||100 mg|
|Probiotics blend||300 mg|
|Dietary Fibre||0.09 g|
A significant amount of recent research has investigated how spore-based probiotics treats and manages IBS. IBS symptoms have been linked to certain changes in the gut flora. For example, people with IBS have lower amounts of Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium in their guts.
Probiotics can help reduce the risk of side effects that occur on taking antibiotics, like diarrhoea. Due to the inability of antibiotics to distinguish between good and bad bacteria, it causes loss of heathly bacteria. Probiotics help restore healthy intestinal microbes lost during antibiotic therapy.
Chronic constipation is due to gastrointestinal disorder associated with abnormal bowel movement, difficulty in passage of stool, uneasiness. Evidences indicate alterations in the intestinal microbial count to be responsible for constipation-related issues.
Probiotics are known to stimulate innate and adaptive immune responses by directing the functions of the immune cells. Having a healthy balance of probiotics in the gut acts enhances the immune system to shield against viral infections.
Imbalance of gut bacteria lead to IBS symptoms, abdominal pain being one. Studies have shown probiotic supplements aid in rebalancing the gut microbes by increasing healthy bacteria and inhibiting the growth of harmful ones.
Bloating, caused by the formation of gas in the gastrointestinal tract is due to the imbalance of gut bacteria. Probiotic supplements influence the gastrointestinal environment and help restore a healthy balance of bacteria in the gut. This aids in fighting inflammation thereby reducing bloating.
Probiotics help maintain healthy gut barrier function through increased production of heat-shock proteins. Prevents gut-lining damage by promoting cell survival.