Preparations with lactobacilli and bifidobacteria for the intestine


Bifidobacteria and lactobacilli


Our body has many useful bacteria, most of which are located in the intestinal system. They are a kind of interlayer that prevents the action of pathogens. Without the participation of beneficial bacteria, we could not absorb food, get nutrients and fight other problems. Bifidobacteria and lactobacilli are the most numerous representatives of the intestinal microflora.

What is the difference between lactobacilli and bifidobacteria?

Both these and other bacteria are lactic bacteria, creating the optimal environment for the functioning of the stomach. They eliminate constipation, diarrhea, promote timely cleansing of the intestine. These representatives of the microflora differ in that the lactobacilli are located throughout the intestinal system, and the bifidobacteria are in the large intestine. Another difference between lactobacilli and bifidobacteria is that the latter, in addition to strengthening the immune system. can inhibit the action of carcinogens and prevent the development of allergies.

The role of useful microflora

The number of bifidobacteria and lactobacilli decreases with the growth of the number of pathogens. Among the factors leading to this, there are:

  • stress. emotional and physical overstrain;
  • gastrointestinal diseases;
  • the use of fatty, smoked and canned food;
  • long-term use of antibiotics;
  • viral infections.

All this leads to the emergence of dysbiosis and a lack of lactobacilli and bifidobacteria. In humans, there are abnormalities in the work of the stomach and intestinal system, deterioration of metabolism, allergic reactions, anemia, diseases of the nervous system. Restoration of the body requires taking special medications, adjusting nutrition and lifestyle.

Lactobacillus and bifidobacteria - drugs

Means that have living bacteria in their composition are called probiotics. Indications for their use are treatment of dysbacteriosis and its prevention in the treatment of antibiotics, infections and inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract.

Probiotics are conventionally divided into three groups:

  1. Drugs produced in the form of a powder containing only one kind of bacteria (Bifidumbacterin, Colibacterin).
  2. Means that contain both lactobacilli and bifidobacteria in the form of capsules (Lineks, Bifikol).
  3. Liquid probiotics, which, in addition to useful rods, contain other components that improve the adhesion of bacteria to the walls of the intestine (Biovestin, Floristin).

Drugs have almost no contraindications. They are not recommended for use in cases of intolerance to their components. And since lactose is present in the composition, it may also be contraindicated for persons who do not properly digest dairy products.

Products containing bifidobacteria and lactobacilli

Increase the number of beneficial bacteria in the intestine can be eaten with their high content.

Yogurt and yogurt are the most famous products with probiotics. Their regular use relieves diarrhea, excessive gassing and other problems of the digestive system.

To support a healthy microflora, you can include sauerkraut in your menu. The highest concentration of bacteria is observed in unpasteurized products, which are very difficult to meet in the store.

Soup, cooked with miso-paste from soybeans, activates digestion, as it contains a huge number of living bacteria.

One of the simplest methods of filling your diet with probiotics is the use of acidophilic milk. This product is fermented, in which lactobacilli participate.

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Double probiotic action

  • Oppresses the pathogenic microflora and
  • Restores normal microflora

Quickly removes diarrhea

Enterojermina has antimicrobial effect after 2 hours

From the first day of taking an antibiotic

Entererozmine from the first day of taking an antibiotic reduces the side effects of antibiotic therapy:
  • diarrhea
  • abdominal pain
  • vomit
  • Has immunomodulating activity
  • Helps to accelerate recovery

Drinking form ready for use

  • Conveniently
  • Do not drink and dilute in water
  • Without taste and smell
  • Do NOT count the dose (1 vial = 1 dose)
  • DO NOT store in the refrigerator (storage temperature up to + 30 ° C)

For the whole family: children and adults

  • for adults: 2-3 bottles per day
  • for children from 28 days of life: 1-2 vials a day
  • for adults: 2-3 capsules per day
  • for children from 5 years: 1-2 capsules per day

Recommended by the World Association of Gastroenterology

Recommended by the World Association of Gastroenterology

Bacteria of the genus Bacillus have a certain enzymatic activity. Entering the stomach of amylase and lipase, synthesized by Bacillus cultures, leads to the normalization of digestive processes

Experience in the use of Enterojermina for more than 50 years

Enterojermina produces vitamins:

Vitamin B1. Vitamin B1 (thiamin) plays an active role in the metabolism of carbohydrates, participates in protein and fat metabolism, is stimulator of nervous and muscular activity, has a beneficial effect on the functions of the digestive system.

Symptoms of B1 deficiency are muscle weakness, pain in the legs, weakening of attention, increased irritability.

Vitamin B2. Vitamin B2 (riboflavin) has a significant effect on the function of the organ of vision: it increases its sharpness, the ability to distinguish colors, improves night vision.

If vitamin B2 is deficient, the mucous membrane of the eyes may become inflamed, photophobia, lacrimation, and visual acuity appear. With the lack of riboflavin, the appearance of cracks in the corners of the mouth ("seizures"), inflammation of the oral mucosa (stomatitis) are associated.

Vitamin B6. Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine) plays an important role in the metabolism of proteins and fats, and has a regulating effect on the nervous system. Symptoms of lack of vitamin - muscle weakness, irritability.

Vitamin B7. Vitamin B7 (biotin) is often called a vitamin of beauty and youth, because it is this vitamin that makes the skin healthy and supple, promotes the growth of hair and nails. Biotin maintains the normal level of sugar in the blood, it has a beneficial effect on muscle cells. In the human body Vitamin B7 is synthesized by the intestinal microflora.

Insufficiency of vitamin B7 mainly leads to skin damage.

Vitamin K. Vitamin K contribute to blood clotting. Insufficiency of vitamin K causes bleeding from the nose, gums, and gastrointestinal tract.

Allowed during pregnancy and lactation

The drug Entererozermina allowed to use during pregnancy and lactation

Bifido- and lactobacilli

Bifido- and lactobacilli constitute up to 90% of the microflora of the gastrointestinal tract and promote full digestion.
Lactobacillus (Lactobacillus) is a genus of gram-positive facultative anaerobic or microaerophilic bacteria. One of the most important in the group of lactic acid bacteria, most of whose members convert lactose and other carbohydrates into lactic acid. In most cases, they are non-pathogenic, many species perform a positive role in human nutrition. In humans, they are constantly present in the intestine, in the vagina, where they are symbionts and constitute a significant part of the intestinal microflora. Many species take part in the decomposition of plant remains. They produce lactic acid, and the acidic environment inhibits the growth of many pathogenic bacteria and fungi.

Application in the food industry

Some types of Lactobacillus have found application in the industry for the production of kefir, yoghurt, cheeses. Lactobacilli are involved in the processes of pickling vegetables, in the preparation of marinades and other products, and also use synthetic and biotechnological lactic acid. Fermentation of silage leads to inhibition of the development of molds, which provides animals with valuable food.

Medical application

Strains of lactic acid bacteria are used in the manufacture of medicines intended for the restoration of normal intestinal microflora (after infectious diseases, antibiotic therapy).

Bifidobacteria (lat. Bifidobacterium) (from the Latin. bifidus - divided in two and bacteria) - a genus of gram-positive anaerobic bacteria, which are slightly curved sticks (2-5 microns in length), sometimes branching at the ends; a dispute does not form. For the growth of bifidobacteria para-aminobenzoic acid and pantothenic acid are necessary. Differential-diagnostic environment of Blauroc. The number of microbes is normal 10 * 9 - 10 * 10KOE / g. Bifidobacteria form vitamins of group B (B1, B2, etc.) and vitamin K.

Bifidobacteria constitute 80-90% of the intestinal flora of infants who are breastfed and young mammals in the suckling period. The presence of bifidobacteria in the intestine is beneficial for the child and young animals, since bifidobacteria suppress the development of various putrefactive and pathogenic microbes, promote digestion carbohydrates. At the end of breastfeeding, bifidoflora is replaced by the usual intestinal microflora, characteristic of adult organisms.

Bifido- and lactobacilli constitute up to 90% of the microflora of the gastrointestinal tract and promote full digestion. On this their useful role does not end - they are still necessary for:

- creating the effect of screening the mucosa of the gastrointestinal tract. That is, they prevent the penetration of pathogenic bacteria;
- elimination from the body of various toxins, carcinogens, allergens, salts of heavy metals (not without reason they are considered the second liver);
- synthesis of immunoglobulins and interferon, which increases the body's immunity;
- utilization of proteins - allergens, which did not have time to digest in the upper sections of the gastrointestinal tract;
- synthesis and absorption of vitamins, first of all, vitamins of group B, D and important amino acids and microelements: iron, calcium.

Despite such a variety of useful functions, they are very vulnerable. In violation of the qualitative and quantitative composition of normal microflora, dysbacteriosis develops. It occurs because:

- chronic diseases of the gastrointestinal tract;
- long reception of antibiotics;
- irrational nutrition with a predominance of fats and refined carbohydrates and a lack of vitamins and dietary fiber.
- Chronic fatigue syndrome, stress.

Bifidobacteria constitute 85-90% of the microorganisms inhabiting the intestine, that is, they are the predominant mass. One of the extremely useful properties of bifidobacteria is the inhibition of growth of pathogenic bacteria. They also have a complex of special enzymes that help them to process food most efficiently. Thus, bad bacteria get less nutrients, which ultimately inhibits their growth and reproduction. Moreover, bifidobacteria secrete organic acids that contribute to the extinction of pathogenic, putrefactive and gas-forming bacteria. Bifidobacteria are involved in the synthesis and absorption of vitamin K, B vitamins, folic and nicotinic acids, promote the synthesis of essential amino acids, better absorption of calcium and vitamin D.

The role of bifidobacteria in digestion is enormous: accelerate the cleavage of proteins, carbohydrates of food, stimulate intestinal peristalsis. They are excellent immunomodulators: they activate the synthesis of immunoglobulins, interferon and cytokines.

Lactobacilli are found in the intestines in a smaller amount, but they prevail in other parts of the gastrointestinal tract (in the oral cavity, stomach). They form lactic acid, suppressing the growth of pathogens of acute intestinal infections. Together with bifidobacteria, lactobacilli form the so-called bacteriocins - proteins that possess antibiotic properties, which selectively act only against harmful bacteria and are active even in small doses. And what is remarkable, bacteriocins restrain the growth of tumor cells! Lactobacillus is involved in the metabolism of proteins, fats, carbohydrates, nucleic acids and bile acids; strengthen the synthesis of vitamins and hormones. Like bifidobacteria, they activate the immune system: they increase the synthesis of secretory antibodies, interferons, cytokines and increase the activity of macrophages.



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