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WORM! WORM! all the way

...doctors face at least two potential hurdles before probiotics with genetically modified organisms becomes a reality: controlling the reproduction of the organisms once they are in the body, and preventing them from producing too much of the drug or vaccine they are engineered to make...there is no question helm...

Probiotics can help

Evidence shows that probiotics – bacteria like lactobacillus, often added to foods to boost health – can protect against infections.The latest study in the field shows children fed milk boosted with probiotic bacteria suffer fewer respiratory infections and require less antibiotic...

Researchers Present Data Regarding The Efficiency Of Herbs

...t. The researchers also found that fish oils and probiotics were safe for use during pregnancy, and that the use of Vitamin A should not exceed 6,000 IU per day as it may be teratogenic at higher doses. This is the first time that herbs used during pregnancy have been independently ranked according to the av...

Introduction of Microbial Organisms: A Possible Treatment for Asthma

...prevent asthma, Cabana said. We believe that using probiotics is a safe and effective way to do that. Probiotics are defined as micro-organisms administered in adequate amounts to confer beneficial health effects. They typically are chosen from bacteria that normally inhabit the gastrointestinal system and a...

Probiotics – a probable treatment for Autis

...ut and autism. So, there is a possibility of using probiotics to treat autism.// Professor Glenn Gibson of the University of Reading conducted this study. Though the results are very preliminary, he is "cautiously optimistic" about them. The study did not propose any link between autism and childhood vaccina...

Lactococcus Strain may Offer End to Food Allergies

...ntial for the industry is to use in "health" foods probiotics that are engineered to be better tolerance inductor. The big question is how will be accepted by the consumer." An estimated four per cent of adults and eight per cent of children in the 380m EU population suffer from food allergies, according to th...

New Probiotic Supplement, Promotes Digestive Health and Boosts Immune System

... shelf-life. Even yogurts infused with more stable probiotics have a hard time surviving the stomach acid to rea... should take a daily probiotic supplement. While probiotics have been used by people around the world for some time, they're only now becoming increasingly more...

Nutrient-rich Dairy Beverages an Emerging Market

... fatty acids, cholesterol-lowering ingredients and probiotics besides micronutrients. Such products are being targeted at the niche market globally. There is a rapidly growing functional food market with products such as probiotic yoghurt drinks, cholesterol-lowering drinks, drinks with high fortification lev...

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