Miami, FL (PRWEB) September 11, 2013
A recent article from nutraingredients.com highlighted information surrounding the growing use of prebiotics from mushroom waste to increase the survival of probiotic bacteria. As the article states, the base, or stem of certain mushrooms are now being seen as an excellent prebiotic, (item that stimulates probiotic growth and survival). While the article states that these items are normally used in animal feed, and supplement items, sources say the stem if consumed by humans could contribute to healthy intestinal flora. As a leader in probiotic education and research, Probiotic Action shares the news with their consumers how prebiotics may contribute to the further success of their new product line.
Whether good or bad bacteria, all bacteria must survive on prebiotics. For those looking to increase the health benefits associated with a probiotic supplement, or probiotics for acne, understanding what prebiotics are and how they contribute to probiotic growth is important. For those treating a skin condition like acne, eczema, or rosacea, like most Probiotic Action customers, maintaining the lifespan of probiotics may help prolong the probiotics helping to reduce skin condition symptoms. When used as a natural topical solution, or ingested supplements, probiotics have been known to help balance the levels of good and bad bacteria, in turn reducing inflammation, and irritation inside the gut, and on the skin. When prebiotics are introduced, or further supplemented by food like mushroom stems, Probiotic Action team members suggest that the probiotics used in their
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