Journal of Bacteriology and Infectious Diseases

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Review Article - Journal of Bacteriology and Infectious Diseases (2018) Volume 0, Issue 0

Health benefits of probiotics.

Probiotics are live cells refer to beneficial microorganisms that could have nutritional advantages because of having different beneficiary characteristics. They also provide health when regulated in sufficient sums. Probiotic strains exhibit powerful activity in human health improvement. The main probiotic groups are Lactobacillus, Bifidobacterium, Pediococcus, Lactococcus, Bacillus and yeasts strains which are used frequently. Probiotics recently have become a subject of great interest in the field of microbiology, especially their role in normal physiology and its impact on human health during infection. The utilization of probiotics has prompted promising outcomes in countless well-designed clinical studies. For example, as a therapeutic option for the treatment, forestall and control of various disorders and illnesses like, gastrointestinal diseases, allergy, urogenital infections, Helicobacter pylori infection, inflammatory bowel syndrome and diarrhea and colon cancer. Currently, it has become one of the fruit full and attractive research area as it can prevent and treat communicable and non-communicable human diseases. Different clinical study outcome supports this idea. The results of such extensively studied and explored could demonstrate the improvement of health and quality of life. Their prospective potential application is in functional foods for better health and nutrition of the society. This review presents all the information on probiotics use in human clinical traits and their functional application in health areas all information are presented. This article outlines the currently available data on the potential advantages of probiotics for health.

Author(s): Endeshaw Abatenh*, Birhanu Gizaw, Zerihun Tsegay, Genene Tefera, Endegena Aynalem

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