Lactobacillus bulgaricus LB-103
L Bulgaricus is one of the symbiotic micro-organisms that can shrink or multiply within the environment of the mucous lining in the gastro-intestinal tract, also called the “intestinal mucosa.” This environment is described in medical journals as an interface between the absorption of needed nutrients and the diversion of harmful microbes and toxins. When the balance of beneficial micro flora is
weakened at this interface, infectious diseases are more likely to take a foothold. Conversely, when helpful micro flora are flourishing, many germs and infections are prevented from adhering to the host by an amazing system of signals and decoy strategies employed by the digestive system in partnership with the intestinal micro flora.