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Bifidiobacteria

Bifidobacterium bifidium

B. bifidum in fermented milk has been shown to stimulate the immune system [6]. It has also been shown to modulate the host response to allergens while increasing antibody response against immunogen [7,8]. The use of B. bifidum has been shown to reduce the chances of stress-associated diarrhea [9].

Bifidobacterium longum

B. longum has been shown to reduce the severity of symptoms associated with the common cold [14]. It can also help reducing gastrointestinal discomfort caused by stress and attenuate anxiety [15].

Bifidobacterium breve

B. breve has been shown to reduce oral candida in the elderly [39], which may help preventing the spread of candida to other areas of the body. Additional research shows that b. breve could be helpful in reducing intestine irritation and allergic responses in animal models [40].

Bifidiobacterium lactis

Consuming B. lactis has been shown to be beneficial for reducing severity of antibiotic-associated diarrhea and viral diarrhea in infants and children [10, 11]. In another study, participants who took B. lactis had greater increase in antibodies, showing that the probiotic may help boosting immune function [12]. In elderly individuals who consumed milk fortified with Bifidobacterium lactis has been shown to have increased cellular immune function compared to when they consumed regular milk [13].

Lactobacillus

Lactobacillus plantarum LP28

L. plantarum secretes antimicrobial molecules that inhibit formation of colonies by pathogenic bacteria [1]. L. plantarum also adhere to the epithelial lining of the intestines and compete with pathogenic bacteria for adhesion and nutrients [2]. Studies show that L. plantarum could suppress an inflammatory signals of the intestinal cells and suggest that L. plantarum could help maintain the epithelial barrier and inhibit the inflammatory response [3,4]. L. plantarum has been shown to have anti-Helicobacter activity [5].

Lactobacillus fermentum

While lactobacillus has been shown to reduce cholesterol tests demonstrated that lactobacillus fermentum removed cholesterol the most [23]. A strain of lactobacillus fermentum has been shown to have antimicrobial by suppressing mainly gram-negative bacteria and also enterococci and Staphylococcus aureus. Furthermore, it had antioxidative effect by increasing an antioxidant enzyme [24]. L. fermentum alleviates pain and reduces the load of Staphylococcus in the breastmilk of women suffering from painful breast feeding [25]. L. fermentum can reduces the duration and severity of respiratory illness in highly trained distance runner [26]. A studies showed that L. fermentum can reduce gastrointestinal and upper respiratory tract infections in infants [27].

Lactobacillus rhamnosus

While lactobacillus has been shown to reduce cholesterol tests demonstrated that lactobacillus fermentum removed cholesterol the most [23]. A strain of lactobacillus fermentum has been shown to have antimicrobial by suppressing mainly gram-negative bacteria and also enterococci and Staphylococcus aureus. Furthermore, it had antioxidative effect by increasing an antioxidant enzyme [24]. L. fermentum alleviates pain and reduces the load of Staphylococcus in the breastmilk of women suffering from painful breast feeding [25]. L. fermentum can reduces the duration and severity of respiratory illness in highly trained distance runner [26]. A studies showed that L. fermentum can reduce gastrointestinal and upper respiratory tract infections in infants [27].

Lactobacillus paracasei NTU101

L. paracasei ssp. paracasei could be helpful for fighting infections and for infant diarrhea [29, 30]. It has also been shown to be effective for relieving symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome [31].

Lactobacillus acidophilus LA25

The Mayo Clinic suggests that there is a good evidence supporting the use of L. acidophilus for vaginal infections [36]. Also L. acidophilus has been shown to lead to a significant decrease in levels of toxic amines in the blood of dialysis patients with small bowel bacterial growth. At adequate daily feeding levels, L. acidophilus may facilitate lactose digestion in lactose-intolerant subjects [37].

Lactobacillus casei

Trials have shown significantly shorter recovery times in children suffering from acute diarrhea when given different L. casei treatments [16]. In preparation of food, L. casei can be used in natural fermentation of beans to lower levels of compounds causing flatulence [17]. In other trials L. casei combined with other probiotic strains has been shown to prevent antibiotic associated diarrhea and reduce infections [18]. In animals L. casei has been shown to strengthen the integrity of intestinal barrier [19].

Lactobacillus helveticus

L. Helvetic has been suggested to prevent gastrointestinal infections, enhanced protection against pathogens, modulate host immune responses, and affect the composition of the intestinal microbiota. Several studies suggests that specific enzymatic activities of L. helveticus could indirectly benefit the human host by enhancing the bioavailability of nutrients, removing allergens and other undesired molecules from food, and producing bioactive peptides through the digestion of food proteins. [28]

Lactobacillus reuteri

L. reuteri inhibit the growth of some harmful bacteria, along with yeasts, fungi, and protozoa by producing a broad spectrum antibiotic compounds [32]. L. reuteri is capable of producing reuterin, which inhibits the growth of E. coli., in the gastrointestinal tract [33]. L. reuteri has been tested for treating diarrheal diseases in children, where it has been shown to significantly decrease the duration of symptoms [34]. A study showed dietary supplementation of L. reuteri reduces, H. pylori in the gut [35].

Lactobacillus delbrueckii subsp. lactis

One of the most important group to the dairy industry, it is often used as starter culture for the production of fermented milk, yogurt, and cheese. Studies have shown that L. delbrueckii ssp lactis can mediate cell response to infection and possess anti-inflammatory effects [20, 21]. It has also been shown to ameliorate mucosal barrier destruction caused by salmonella typhimurium infection in human gastrointestinal cells [22].

Streptoccous

Streptococcus thermophilus GRX02

Strains of S. thermophiles have shown to reduce risks of antibiotic-associated diarrhea. Adults who ate yogurt containing S. thermophiles while being treated with antibiotics had lower rates of diarrhea than the control group [38].

Bacillus

Bacillus coagulans

B. coagulans is most often used in veterinary applications. There are many references to use of this bacterium in humans, especially in improving the vaginal flora [41], improving abdominal pain and bloating in irritable bowel syndrome patients [42], and increasing immune response to viral challenges [43]. There is evidence from animal study that B. coagulans is effective in both treating and preventing recurrence of Clostridium difficile associated diarrhea [44].

Bifidobacteria
Lactobacillus
Streptoccous
Bacillus

Strain

Description

Bifidobacterium bifidium

B. bifidum in fermented milk has been shown to stimulate the immune system. It has also been shown to modulate the host response to allergens while increasing antibody response against immunogen. The use of B. bifidum has been shown to reduce the chances of stress-associated diarrhea.

Bifidobacterium longum

B. longum has been shown to reduce the severity of symptoms associated with the common cold. It can also help reduce gastrointestinal discomfort caused by stress and attenuate anxiety.

Bifidobacterium breve

B. breve has been shown to reduce oral candida in the elderly, which may help preventing the spread of candida to other areas of the body. Additional research shows that b. breve could be helpful in reducing intestine irritation and allergic responses in animal models.

Bifidiobacterium lactis

Consuming B. lactis has been shown to be beneficial for reducing severity of antibiotic-associated diarrhea and viral diarrhea in infants and children. In another study, participants who took B. lactis had greater increase in antibodies, showing that the probiotic may help boost immune function. In elderly individuals who consumed milk fortified with Bifidobacterium lactis has been shown to have increased cellular immune function compared to when they consumed regular milk.

Strain

Description

Lactobacillus plantarum LP28

L. plantarum secretes antimicrobial molecules that inhibit formation of colonies by pathogenic bacteria. L. plantarum also adhere to the epithelial lining of the intestines and compete with pathogenic bacteria for adhesion and nutrients. Studies show that L. plantarum could suppress an inflammatory signals of the intestinal cells and suggest that L. plantarum could help maintain the epithelial barrier and inhibit the inflammatory response. L. plantarum has been shown to have anti-Helicobacter activity.

Lactobacillus fermentum

While lactobacillus has been shown to reduce cholesterol tests demonstrated that lactobacillus fermentum removed cholesterol the most. A strain of lactobacillus fermentum has been shown to have antimicrobial by suppressing mainly gram-negative bacteria and also enterococci and Staphylococcus aureus. Furthermore, it had antioxidative effect by increasing an antioxidant enzyme. L. fermentum alleviates pain and reduces the load of Staphylococcus in the breastmilk of women suffering from painful breast feeding. L. fermentum can reduces the duration and severity of respiratory illness in highly trained distance runner. A studies showed that L. fermentum can reduce gastrointestinal and upper respiratory tract infections in infants.

Lactobacillus paracasei NTU101

L. paracasei ssp. paracasei could be helpful for fighting infections and for infant diarrhea. It has also been shown to be effective for relieving symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome.

Lactobacillus rhamnosus

Lactobacillus acidophilus LA25

The Mayo Clinic suggests that there is a good evidence supporting the use of L. acidophilus for vaginal infections. Also L. acidophilus has been shown to lead to a significant decrease in levels of toxic amines in the blood of dialysis patients with small bowel bacterial growth. At adequate daily feeding levels, L. acidophilus may facilitate lactose digestion in lactose-intolerant subjects.

Lactobacillus casei

Trials have shown significantly shorter recovery times in children suffering from acute diarrhea when given different L. casei treatments. In preparation of food, L. casei can be used in natural fermentation of beans to lower levels of compounds causing flatulence. In other trials L. casei combined with other probiotic strains has been shown to prevent antibiotic associated diarrhea and reduce infections. In animals L. casei has been shown to strengthen the integrity of intestinal barrier.

Lactobacillus helveticus

L. Helvetic has been suggested to prevent gastrointestinal infections, enhanced protection against pathogens, modulate host immune responses, and affect the composition of the intestinal microbiota. Several studies suggests that specific enzymatic activities of L. helveticus could indirectly benefit the human host by enhancing the bioavailability of nutrients, removing allergens and other undesired molecules from food, and producing bioactive peptides through the digestion of food proteins.

Lactobacillus reuteri

L. reuteri inhibit the growth of some harmful bacteria, along with yeasts, fungi, and protozoa by producing a broad spectrum antibiotic compounds. L. reuteri is capable of producing reuterin, which inhibits the growth of E. coli., in the gastrointestinal tract. L. reuteri has been tested for treating diarrheal diseases in children, where it has been shown to significantly decrease the duration of symptoms. A study showed dietary supplementation of L. reuteri reduces, H. pylori in the gut.

Lactobacillus delbrueckii subsp. lactis

One of the most important group to the dairy industry, it is often used as starter culture for the production of fermented milk, yogurt, and cheese. Studies have shown that L. delbrueckii ssp lactis can mediate cell response to infection and possess anti-inflammatory effects. It has also been shown to ameliorate mucosal barrier destruction caused by salmonella typhimurium infection in human gastrointestinal cells.

Strain

Description

Streptococcus thermophilus GRX02

Strains of S. thermophiles have shown to reduce risks of antibiotic-associated diarrhea. Adults who ate yogurt containing S. thermophiles while being treated with antibiotics had lower rates of diarrhea than the control group.

Strain

Description

Bacillus coagulans

B. coagulans is most often used in veterinary applications. There are many references to use of this bacterium in humans, especially in improving the vaginal flora, improving abdominal pain and bloating in irritable bowel syndrome patients and increasing immune response to viral challenges. There is evidence from animal study that B. coagulans is effective in both treating and preventing recurrence of Clostridium difficile associated diarrhea.

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