When it come to human health ulcers are among the many ailments that can make your life a living hell.
Ulcers are open sores that can occur in various areas of the body. In the stomach, these sores are known as peptic , or gastric ulcers and are usually in the stomach lining, where stomach acid continues the damage.
Without much ado, probiotics can help you treat ulcers.
It was in 1982 that Australian scientist Robin Warren demonstrated that ulcers were caused by colonies of the bacteria known as Helicobacter pylori , or H. pylori , in the stomach.
And ever since then we have become more aware of the condition and how to treat it.
According to a review paper published in the April 2006 “Alimentary Pharmacology & Therapeutics,” there’s sufficient evidence that probiotics can help reduce the risk of and boost recovery from a peptic ulcer.
For example, a 2001 research study conducted by scientists at Taiwan’s’ National Cheng Kung University found that supplementing with the dairy-derived probiotic Lactobacillus helped boost healing time in a group of 100 H. pylori-infected study volunteers. Probiotics attack H. pylori infections in a number of ways.
How To Treat Ulcers With Probiotics.
Probiotics are best consumed in regular diet for optimal relief from ulcers.
Probiotics are the living bacteria and yeast that provide healthy and important microorganisms to your digestive tract.
They are present in many common foods, particularly fermented foods. These include:
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