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Probiotic Action Shares New Insight Why Getting Rid of Bacteria Can Be Bad for Your Health
Date:4/3/2013

Miami, FL (PRWEB) April 03, 2013

Mail Online recently released information urging the public to take notice of the trillions of bacteria living on and around humans and explained the new links between good bacteria and bad bacteria being balanced in the human system.

The article states that in general, the idea of riding the human system of all bacteria offsets the necessary balance for many body functions, and leaves humans at larger risk for disease. As the article states good bacteria found in intestinal tract has recently been linked to decreases in diseases and conditions like: diabetes, anxiety, stroke, and potentially autism and obesity from top researchers globally.

Fernando Perez of Probiotic Action, best known as the acne treatment that uses probiotics for acne explains how good bacteria, sometimes called probiotics work to help all body systems and fight off disease;

“To fight bacteria one needs to combat them naturally. Using probiotics or prebiotics to harmonize the immune system prevents rogue bacteria and cells from evolving. When probiotics are introduced into the body they immediately begin to fight off bad bacteria by consuming them. If a new strain is introduced into the system, the bacteria will learn how combat it, and work with the body to support its immune functions to defeat it.”

As the article states, many diseases start in the intestinal tract where food is absorbed along with nutrients and other bacteria. Perez suggests that, “since most ingested probiotics find their home in the intestine, it is clear that once a probiotic regimen is started users can begin to see the positive effects of these germs in the body by fight
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