Probiotics play an important role in human nutrition and health, and in balancing the intestinal microflora naturally! 

1. Increased nutritional value (better digestibility, increased absorption of vitamins and minerals);
2. Promotion of intestinal lactose digestion;
3. Positive influence on intestinal and urogenital flora (antibiotics and radiation induced colitis, yeast infections and vaginitis in women);
4. Regulation of gut motility (constipation, irritable bowel syndrome);
5. Decreased incidence and duration of diarrhea (antibiotic associated, Clostridium difficile, travelers, and rotaviral);
6. Maintenance of mucosal integrity;
Improvement of immune system;
7. Anti-carcinogenic, anti-mutagenic and anti-allergic activities;
8. Feeling of well-being;
9. Anti-Candida properties;
10. Assist in the regulation of inflammatory digestive conditions such as Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), Crohn’s disease and Ulcerative Colitis and Interstitial Cystitis
11. Relieving urinary tract infections;
12. Positive influence on autistic children;
13. Provides antagonistic environment for pathogens;
14. Blocking adhesion sites from pathogens;
Inactivating enterotoxins.