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Topical Probiotic Leader, Probiotic Action, Shares New Insight on the Growing Use of Probiotics for Allergies and Offers New Treatment Options
Date:8/26/2013

Miami, FL (PRWEB) August 26, 2013

As a recent article by Reuters.com published on August, 22nd, states new information from the American Academy of Pediatrics claims that probiotics may reduce the effects of allergies in children and put them at lower risk for allergic reactions. The article went on to explain that probiotics, which are known to help balance levels of bacteria in the gut and on the skin, may help the immune system better prepare for external triggers, including histamines which cause allergies. To better educated the public on the use of probiotics for allergies, Probiotic Action, a leader in topical probiotics explains what the study results mean for those suffering from skin related allergic reactions.

For those who suffer from allergies, often the skin presents an allergic reaction, and often is seen as eczema. For years, Probiotic Action has been studying the use of probiotics to help reduce inflammation caused by eczema, rosacea, acne and psoriasis, which have long been connected to external catalysts and allergens. While the study does not speak to eczema in particular, Probiotic Action's team recommends probiotics for eczema, especially if breakouts are allergy induced.

When asked his opinion on the subject of probiotics for allergic reactions, Probiotic Action spokesman, Fernando Perez stated, “ Using probiotics for acne has been our main concern since the conception of our product. With the increase in the amount of studies being conducted, and the effective results we’ve seen, we
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