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Volume : 3, Issue : 3, Year : 2021
Article Page : 19-22
Probiotics are beneficial microorganisms often recommended for various patients or persons suffering from gastrointestinal health issues. These microorganisms are generally helpful bacteria and yeast present naturally in fermented foods. There is a growing demand for supplements manufactured by pharmaceuticals and companies globally due to the beneficial effects of natural intolerance. This study is a mini-review narrated the helpful and harmful effects among various sections of patients usually concerned with supplements. Probiotics are highly recommended for patients with colitis, 's disease, weight management, urinary tract infections, lactose and gluten intolerance, irritable bowel syndrome, and many more. , are the probiotics or 'good bacteria, and Saccharomyces is a type of yeast that has also become a popular for the recommendation in diarrhea cum gastrointestinal issues. The study has emphasized the mode of actions and beneficial effects of supplements and categorically discussed the side effects, special precautions, and warnings for adults and children. More importantly, whether recommendations or limitations should be considered by experienced medical professionals treating such patients. More awareness and research are required in this probiotics field to understand the proper guidance and limits.
Keywords: Probiotics, Gastrointestinal health, Probiotics supplements, Probiotics recommendations and limitations, Clinical nutrition
How to cite : Banerjee S, Recommendation and limitation of probiotics supplements. Curr Trends Pharm Pharm Chem 2021;3(3):19-22
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