Bifidobacterium animalis BA-218
Bifidobacterium lives in the large intestines of most mammals, including humans, and is essential for healthy digestion. Bifidobacterium help maintain the body’s digestive balance in several ways. In the large intestines, they compete for food and space. To do so, they attach themselves to the intestinal wall. A body with a flourishing colony of Bifidobacterium has little room and few nutrients to spare
for the harmful bacteria that may try to invade. Bifidobacteria are also excellent producers of acids that reduce pH. In this way, they prevent illness-causing bacteria that prefer an alkaline environment.