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Uma rápida introdução aos probióticos e ao microbioma
19 Apr

Probiotics are beneficial live microorganisms, most of which are normally found in the healthy human gut, and most probiotics are healthy bacteria.

These “good” bacteria are beneficial in many ways, including some that help fight “bad” bacteria to protect your health. Probiotics are part of the larger community of microorganisms that live in many areas of the body, such as the gut, skin and mouth. This larger community is more commonly referred to as the “microbiome”.

Due to modern diets and lifestyles, pollution, overuse of antibiotics, and even just plain aging, the beneficial bacteria in your microbiome are at risk, which leads to an imbalance between good and bad gut bacteria, which can lead to to chronic diseases

The good news is that probiotics can help restore the body's healthy bacterial population. In addition to adjusting dietary and lifestyle habits, adding fermented foods to supplemental probiotics can help maintain this crucial bacterial balance.

That's why probiotics are head-to-toe helpers

Initially, it was thought that probiotics were only beneficial for digestive health. Depending on the probiotic strain, these helpful organisms have been clinically shown to support just about every part of you: your mouth, throat, liver, heart, immune system and mental health!

And as research continues, new targeted probiotics are being developed for conditions like constipation and to support longevity. Many different strains of probiotic organisms are in use, and they:

Conquer potentially dangerous organisms in the gut

Reduce the risk of toxin-mediated infection or disease

Suppress excessive inflammation

Balance the way the immune system reacts to environmental allergens

Stimulate the production of antibodies


Choose your probiotic supplement

The importance and numerous benefits of probiotics clearly qualify them to be part of your recommended daily intake.


Not all probiotics need to be refrigerated, although some do, and it's a good idea to store them away from heat and moisture anyway.

So why? Because heat can kill bacteria (that's why we drink boiled water when we have doubts that it contains harmful bacteria). Humidity, on the other hand, can make bacteria more active.

Become a pro-probiotic, as taking it can benefit just about everyone.

Blocking bad bacteria

This is a strong role played by probiotics. Probiotics help flush out potentially harmful microbes, help maintain an acidic pH in the digestive system, and compete for nutritional resources with these bacteria, even releasing antimicrobial substances! (1)

Which probiotics do what?

When consuming probiotics, it is important to know that different probiotic strains have separate benefits.

Digestion / Gut health:


L. reuteri DSM 17938

L. acidophilus CL1285

L. married LBC80R

L. rhamnosus CLR2

L. acidophilus NCFM

L. paracasei Lpc-37

B. lactis BI-04

B. lactis Bi-07

B. brief (Bbr8)

L. plantarum (14D)

B. animalis (subspecies lactis BLC1)

L. paracasei (BMI 502)

L. rhamnosus (BMI 501)

L. acidophilus (LA1)

B. longum (subspecies longum SP54)

Mouth and Throat Health:


S. salivarius (K12)

S. salivarius (M18)

L. plantarum (L-137)

Liver health:


Lactobacillus casei (PXN 37)

Lactobacillus rhamnosus (PXN 54)

Strepococcus thermophilus (PXN 66)

Lactobacillus acidophilus (PXN 35)

Bifidobacterium breve (PXN 25)

Bifidobacterium longum (PXN 30)

Lactobacillus bulgaricus (PXN 39)

Mood, brain and mental health:


Lactobacillus helveticus (Rosell-52)

Bifidobacterium longum (Rosell-175)

Allergies and Immunity:


Lactobacillus rhamnosus (CRL 1505)

Respiratory System31 B. lactis (BS01)

L. plantarum (LP01)

L. plantarum (LP02)

L. rhamnosus (LR04)

L. rhamnosus (LR05)

Heart / Cardiovascular health:


Lactobacillus reuteri (NCIMB 30242)

Skin health:


L. rhamnosus SP1

L. acidophilus L-92

Urinary and vaginal health:


L. crispatus LbV 88

L. crispatus CTV-05

L. crispatus GAI 98322

L. gasseri LbV 150N

L. jensenii LbV 116

L. rhamnosus LbV 96

L. rhamnosus GR-1

L. reuteri RC-14


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