Beneficial aspects of Prebiotics

Prebiotics are non-digestible, fermentable carbohydrates and fibers, such as inulin-type frucans and galacto-oligosaccharides, which exhibit health promoting properties to host through selective stimulation of growth and/or activities of a limited number of bacteria (i.e., probiotics).  Human milk contains substantial quantities of prebiotics. There is a paucity of Random Clinical Trials examining prebiotics in children, showing that there may be some long-term benefit of prebiotics for the prevention of atopic eczema and common infections in healthy infants for which confirmatory well-designed clinical research studies are necessary.

  • Prebiotic supplementation
  • Prebiotic mechanisms
  • Prebiotics in dermatology
  • Prebiotics in pharmaceuticals
  • Prebiotics: An agricultural by- products
  • Health effects and applications of prebiotic

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