Saturday, 5 November 2011

Reasons for Bad Function of the Small Intestine

Wrong food
Environmental factors
Virus, bacteria and fungus infection
Medicines as Anti-biotics, anti-cancer agents etc.
Smoking and drinking


Facilitate the absorption of Magnesium

Facilitate the absorption of Calcium

Prevent Colon Cancer

Lowering Blood Cholestrol

Excretion of bile acids and suppresses carcinogenic enzyme( Beta glucuronidase)*
Reduce Intestinal Permeability and Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Stimulate the growth of the Intestinal Mucosa of the Intestinal Wall.

Reduce Inflammation in Crohn's Disease

Alleviate Colitis, Peptic Ulcers, Gastritis

Stimulate Blood Circulation to the Large Intestine

Prevent death from Sepsis in severe Burns patients**

Prevents and halt osteoporosis.***

Support and prevention of Urinary Tract Infection and Vaginitis.****

Support immune system, healthy digestion, skin, bladder, bowel functions.
Normalize colon flora especially after antibiotic courses

Promote dairy product tolerance.

Regulate healthy cholesterol levels, sugar levels and thyroid functions.

Support in treatment of the skin for dermatitis, eczema, wrinkles, bedsores, wounds, diabetic ulcers, and radiation burns.

Support in the treatment of chronic conditions such as:

Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), Fibromyalgia.
Diabetes (type2), Diabetic ulcers.
Physical and emotional stress.
Colds, Flu, Allergies.
Liver problems.
Lyme disease.
Rheumatoid arthritis.
Multiple sclerosis.


* DeAnn, J., et al. Gut restoration and chronic disease. Journal of the American Nutraceutical Association. 5(4):20-33, 2002. **Koren, L., et al. The effect of Lactobacillus bacteria supplement on sepsis and its complications in patients with acute burns. Burns. 33(5):594-598, 2007.

Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Faculty of Health Sciences, Beer-Sheva, Israel
***Leon Chaitow and Natasha Trenev(1990). Probiotics-The revolutionary friendly bacteria. P68,
****Shahani KM and Friends, B.A., (1973) ‘Nutritional and Therapeutic aspects of Lactobacili’, Journal Appl. Nutr. 37, (2), 136-165

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