What are Probiotics?
Conditions that Disturb Microflora
The natural intestinal microflora are maintained in a delicate balance that can be upset by many factors. When the balance is disturbed by the use of antibiotic therapy, for example, the consequences can include overgrowth of harmful bacteria in the gut which can result in the development of diarrhoea and other symptoms. Various gastrointestinal disorders have been associated with low concentrations of "good" intestinal bacteria.
Factors that Disturb the Balance of Intestinal Microflora: 
- Immunological diseases
- Unbalanced diet
- Alcoholic beverages
- Surgical interventions
- Bowel disorders
When the balance of endogenous microflora is upset, conditions that may result include:
- Overgrowth of harmful microorganisms
- Bloating, constipation, flatulence
- Poor digestion
- Increased susceptibility to infection.
There is a growing body of scientific evidence which demonstrates that these conditions may be improved with the use of appropriate probiotic preparations.
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