title:Pro-Biotics – Good Bugs to Treat Harmful Bacteria author:Chester Ku-Lea source_url:http://www.articlecity.com/articles/health/article_4750.shtml date_saved:2007-07-25 12:30:12 category:health article:

132 different types of parasites and worms can survive in the human body. Most do so inside your colon and small intestine. A few get into your internal organs too (lungs, liver, thyroid, stomach, gallbladder, kidneys, pancreas, etc) and your bloodstream and even your brain.
Parasites and worms can cause of a wide range of chronic and degenerative health problems. In fact, any long-term cure for almost every disease and chronic ailment must incorporate some form of serious parasite cleansing in addition to other therapies applied.
Probiotics means ?pro-life?. The digestive tract is home to over 400 species of microorganisms. Some are ?good bugs? and are ?bad bugs? or unhealthy bacteria. Probiotics are the ?good bugs?. Two of the most common strains are lactobacilli and bifidobacteria. It is believed that if a positive balance of good bacteria is maintained, the bad bacteria are less able to cause disease and irritation. They may produce substances that inhibit pathogenic bacteria, compete for nutrients with them, and stimulate the body’s own immune system. Probiotics assists those with constipation, diarrhea, indigestion, flatulence, bloating, lactose intolerance and the effects of prolonged antibiotic therapy.


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