Author(s): Salminen S, Deighton M
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Abstract The human gut flora is a complex and finely balanced ecosystem which plays an important protective role in humans. Although relatively stable, its composition may be altered in various disease states and by the administration of antimicrobial agents. Preparations containing viable lactic acid bacteria of human origin appear to have value in restoring normal microbial function and alleviating symptoms in some patients with gastrointestinal infection and other conditions.
This article was published in Dig Dis
and referenced in Journal of Yoga & Physical Therapy