Journal of Probiotics & Health is one of the best journals in the field of probiotics and health. All the contents published in the journal are very interesting and new in the branch of probiotics. The aim of the journal is to provide all the latest information of the associated fields.
It mainly deals with Aging, Neural mechanism, Probiotics, Prebiotics, Dietary component, Synbiotics, Host Immune System, Food chemistry.
The definition of probiotics that is widely accepted describes probiotics as âliving microorganisms that on ingestion in certain numbers exert health benefits beyond inherent basic nutritionâ. The important aspects of the definition of probiotics are that probiotics need to be a live microorganism, such as yeast or bacteria, and probiotics need to have a health benefit. Therefore, these microorganisms need to have undergone in vitro and experimental studies in order to be properly named a beneficial strain of probiotics, and to prove its health benefit and safety. An extensive body of evidence demonstrates that probiotics have a clinical use and can be recommended in the treatment of certain diseases, such as antibiotic induced diarrhoea, infectious diarrhoea of adults and children and prevention of atopic eczema and cowâs milk allergy. Naming the species is important are there are multiple microorganisms that can be classified under the general term âprobioticsâ yet each may have a different effect on metabolism. "Eck P, Should Probiotics be considered as Vitamin Supplements? Vitam Miner"
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Last date updated on July, 2014