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Beneficial Bacteria
Part 3

The following articles describe medical research on beneficial bacteria and their positive impact on health issues such as allergies, hay fever (allergic rhinitis), dermatitis, constipation, diarrhea, intestinal inflammations and infections, parasite infections and cancer. (This is scientific research and it was not conducted on specific brands of probiotic supplements such as Prescript-Assist™ or Body Biotics™.)


Beneficial bacteria aid senior citizens such as Helen and Kenneth Article 17 Wounds: Adding Bacteria To Wounds Press Release. How do you prevent wounds becoming infected by dangerous bacteria? By first adding beneficial bacteria, say researchers in Canada...


Article 16 Allergy: Influence of oral colonization with probiotic E. coli strain after birth on frequency of recurrent infections, allergy and development of some immunologic parameters. Long-term studies Abstract. Researchers replaced the natural bacteria of infants with a helpful E. coli strain and found that it helped to prevent infections over the long term, particularly in formula-fed and high-risk infants and also prevented occurrence of allergies in infants of allergic mothers...


Article 15 Atopic Dermatitis: Effect of probiotics on gastrointestinal symptoms and small intestinal permeability in children with atopic dermatitis Abstract. The study found that impairment of the intestinal mucosal barrier appears to be involved in the pathogenesis of atopic dermatitis and bacteria can help to stabilize the intestinal barrier function and decrease gastrointestinal symptoms...


Article 14 Infections in Pigs: New Approach To Controlling Escherichia coli In Pigs Press Release. As an alternative to using antibiotics for fighting Escherichia coli infections in newborn pigs, scientists are finding promising results from introducing mixes of beneficial organisms, obtained from other pigs, into the gut of young pigs...


Article 13 Digestion: Transporter's Function Provides Support For Eating Vegetables, Limiting Antibiotics Press Release. Researchers have found another benefit to eating fruits and vegetables. Good bacteria in the colon produce an enzyme that releases glucose found in the leftovers of broccoli and other vegetables which cannot be digested in the small intestine....


Article 12 Infections After Surgery: Study Examines Whether Giving Good Organisms Reduces Infections Press Release. Dr. Robert G. Martindale, gastrointestinal surgeon and nutritionist, is giving ICU patients beneficial gut bacteria to see if it can help them avoid infections. This study is in process...


Article 11 Giardia Parasite and Beneficial Bacteria:
Lactobacillus johnsonii La1 antagonizes Giardia intestinalis in vivo Abstract. Results show that Lactobacillus johnsonii La1 fight against Giardia in vivo and also provide insight into the antagonistic properties of lactic acid bacteria against protozoan parasites involved in intestinal infections...


Article 10 Many Disorders: Probiotics Helpful Even When Inactive, According To UCSD Study Press Release. Probiotics, the helpful bacteria found to aid disorders such as Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), allergies and even some forms of cancer, contain immune system-stimulating DNA...


Article 9 Colitis: Bacterial DNA Reduces Inflammation In Mice Press Release. DNA from inactivated probiotic bacteria triggers a specific anti-inflammation immune response in mice with experimental colitis...


Article 8 Bad Breath: The rationale and potential for the reduction of oral malodour using Streptococcus salivarius probiotics Abstract. Study on bad breath first wipes out the bacteria on the tongue surface and then repopulates the tongue with Streptococcus salivarius K12, a benign commensal (symbiotic with humans) probiotic....


Article 7 Bad Breath: Successful treatment of gut-caused halitosis with a suspension of living non-pathogenic Escherichia coli -- a case report Abstract. This case study reports on a girl with bad breath which was helped when they administered beneficial bacteria....


Article 6 Diarrhea: Place of probiotics Abstract. There is reasonable evidence to recommend beneficial bacteria in infectious diarrhea for prevention and treatment (mainly in children) and to prevent antibiotic-induced gastrointestinal side effects....


Article 5 Diarrhea: Lactobacillus paracasei strain ST11 has no effect on rotavirus but ameliorates the outcome of nonrotavirus diarrhea in children from Bangladesh Abstract. Probiotic bacteria were found to be effective with some types of diarrheas and not effective with others...


Article 4 Allergies:
Aberrant composition of gut microbiota of allergic infants: a target of bifidobacterial therapy at weaning? Abstract. The data indicates that bifidobacterial supplementation appears to modify the gut microbiota in a manner that may alleviate allergic inflammation...


Article 3 Colon Cancer:
Chemopreventive effect of a probiotic preparation on the development of preneoplastic and neoplastic colonic lesions: an experimental study Abstract. Effective treatment with beneficial bacteria through mechanisms still to be fully understood (decreased fecal pH, specific reduction of carcinogenetic bacterial enzymes, modulation of gut-associated and systemic immune system etc.) has the potential to exert significant antimutagenic properties (stops mutation) against colon cancer...


Article 2 Colon Cancer: Effect of lactobacilli, bifidobacteria and inulin on the formation of aberrant crypt foci in rats Abstract. The results indicate that, against the background of a diet with a level of fat typical of a Western diet, evidence for a protective effect of Lactobacillus acidophilus and inulin towards colon cancer was obtained but it was not obtained when the rats were on a low fat diet...


Article 1 Hay Fever: Treatment of perennial allergic rhinitis with lactic acid Lactobacillus paracasei-33 Abstract. The results suggest that ingestion of fermented milk fortified with beneficial bacteria Lactobacillus paracasei-33 (LP-33) for 30 days can effectively and safely improve the quality of life of patients with hay fever (allergic rhinitis), and may serve as an alternative treatment for hay fever...

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