The Benefits of Primadophilus Reuteri
Saturday, January 1st 2005
For Good Beneficial Bacteria
For fast colonization of the intestinal tract with good beneficial bacteria, the enteric coated capsules of Lactobacillus reuteri as Primadophilus Reuteri are unsurpassed.
For babies and children, Primadophilus Reuteri powder is available. This is easy to use and take. Babies and children do not have the very concentrated and harsh hydrochloric acid in the stomach that can destroy many ordinary probiotics.
Over 15 years of international research indicates that rapid colonization of the intestines by lactobacilli confers broad-spectrum protection from an assortment of diseases including bacterial, fungal and antibiotic induced. The rapid colonization provided by Primadophilus Reuteri has shown 80% colonization within seven days and effective colonization in 21 days. A minimum of 30 days used is required to complete colonisation.
Primadophilus Reuteri is useful for adults, children and babies where fast colonization of the intestines is required. Especially babies and children suffering from severe diarrhea, allergies, reflux, malabsorption, a lowered immune response and with and after courses of anti-biotics as well as non breast-fed babies. Adults with diarrhea from food poisoning, candida and leaky gut syndrome will benefit from re-colonization of the intestines with probiotics.
Don't forget Radiance Colostrum capsules taken with Primadophilus Reuteri to assist intestinal repair and help with colonization.
Reproduced unabridged from the February/ March 2003 issue of Health and Herbal News, with the kind permission of Health and Herbs International Ltd.
Footnote from Ideal Health:
The following products are all useful for intestinal health and balance:
Digest UltraSoothe Chewables
Inner Health Plus Dairy Free Powder
Inner Health Plus
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