Lactobacillus and bifidobacteria – natural inhabitants of the intestinal tract

Lactobacillus and bifidobacteria – natural inhabitants of the intestinal tract

Lactobacillus acidophilus and Bifidobacterium lactis are natural inhabitants of the intestinal tract. It is these good bacteria that have undergone the most clinical trials and that is why they are completely safe for use in children. At the same time, they are the longest-used bacteria within the composition of probiotic preparations.

How do these bacteria work in your baby’s stomach? They attach to the intestinal wall and build a barrier. In this way, they prevent the binding of harmful agents to the intestinal wall. Additionally, they produce certain substances (such as lactic acid) that directly kill harmful germs. They inhibit the action of harmful agents and protect the child’s body. 

About 70% of our immune cells are in the intestines. Good probiotic bacteria have been clinically proven to stimulate immune cells in the intestinal wall and initiate the immune response of the body.

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