Lactobacillus reuterii LRT-105
Lactobacillus reuterii is a type of probiotic bacteria that is found in the gut flora of some mammals and birds. Probiotics, as defined by the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations, are “live
microorganisms which, when administered in adequate amounts, confer a health benefit on the host.” Those in the H. reuterii strain may stop or reduce the overproduction of pathogens. They may also inhibit
pathogens’ production of virulence factors. L. reuterii has been shown to be an effective therapy in treating infantile colic, acute diarrhea, rotavirus, gardnerella vaginalis and alleviating the occurrences of eczema. They also show promise in the reduction of workplace sicknesses and the suppression of infections related to H. pylori.
Benefits of Lactobacillus reuterii:
1. Helps Prevent Infections.
2. Heals Colic
3. Treats and Prevents Diarrhea
4. Prevents and Treats Female Urogenital Tract Infections
5. Suppresses Occurrences of Eczema
6. Supports Dental Health
7. May Eradicate H. Pylori Bacteria