Advice 1: What is the difference between bifidobacteria and lactobacilli

Bifidobacteria and lactobacilli are the most numerous representatives of the beneficial microflora of the human body. They play an important role in maintaining health as prevent exposure to pathogens.
What is the difference between bifidobacteria and lactobacilli

Lactobacilli, their functions, unlike bifidobacteria

Bifidobacteria and lactobacilli belong to the lactic acid microflora, creating a normal environment for the functioning of the digestive system. These microorganisms are able to eliminate constipation and diarrhea and promote bowel cleansing. Lactobacilli are gram-positive facultative anaerobic or microaerophilic bacteria. In humans they are mainly in the intestine, where they constitute a large part of the microflora. In most cases, the bacteria are not pathogenic, many species perform a positive function in the diet.
Lactobacilli produce most of the trace elements, which then take part in metabolic processes.

They participate in the decomposition of residues of plants, is converted to lactic acid lactose and other carbohydrates. They created an acidic environment prevents the growth and development of fungi and pathogenic bacteria. Lactobacilli and bifidobacteria are different from what they are in the whole intestinal system, and are also the main representatives of microflora of the vagina in women. Bifidobacteria also inhabit only the colon.

Bifidobacteria, unlike lactobacilli

Bifidobacterium is a gram-positive anaerobic bacteria, which represent a slightly curved sticks. They make up 80-90% of the intestinal microflora of children breastfed. Bifidobacteria inhibit the growth of pathogenic and putrefactive microbes, contribute to the breakdown of carbohydrates. After breastfeeding bifidoflora in children is changed to the normal intestinal microflora of the adult.
Can make special products (probiotics) that contain live bacteria. They are prescribed for the treatment of dysbacteriosis and its prevention for infections and inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract, antibiotic therapy.

Bifidobacteria carry out physiological protection of the intestinal barrier from the penetration of toxins and microbes into the internal environment of the body and are involved in activation of the parietal digestion, synthesize proteins and amino acids, vitamin K, b vitamins, contribute to the improvement of the processes of absorption through the intestinal wall of iron, calcium, vitamin D. Bifidobacteria, in contrast to lactobacilli, in addition to strengthening the immune system and prevent the development of allergies and inhibit the action of carcinogens.

To increase the number of beneficial bacteria in the intestine, should eat foods with their high content. The most famous foods with probiotics are yogurt and kefir, their regular application will save from excessive gas, diarrhea and other problems with the digestive system. To support healthy microflora in the gut, should be included in the menu sauerkraut, and acidophilus milk. To restore and maintain vaginal flora you need to use special candles (vaginal probiotics).

Advice 2: How to take Lactobacillus

Lactobacillus – the beneficial micro-organisms inhabiting the digestive tract of a healthy person. For violation of the right balance of acidity of the digestive tract reduces natural immunity, the body is not able to resist the huge number of microorganisms surrounding it, and the person begins to get sick often.
How to take Lactobacillus
Bacteria are the first microorganisms being faced by the people after the birth, then these beneficial microorganisms colonize the digestive tract – from the mouth, the stomach to the small intestine and colon, there is a place for them, and in the vagina. For each internal organ has its own standards for the number of lactobacilli, in which the body is functioning normally.
The use of these microorganisms in their bactericidal properties, the ability to create an acidic environment, which is conducive to digestion, but harmful to all organisms except Escherichia coli.
Lactobacilli form a complex symbiosis with other beneficial microorganisms to the intestinal mucosa, promote the formation of a person has a good immunity at local and systemic levels. They find themselves struggling with cancer cells and activate the body's protection from them, help to cope with allergic reactions and reduce the number of their manifestations.
In the presence in the body of a sufficient number of lactic acid bacteria the person is not experiencing any discomfort, and the disruption of the balance problems appear in the gastrointestinal tract, the immune system. After a course of antibiotic therapy often develop intestinal dysbiosis, in which the quantity of lacto-and bifidobacteria sharply reduced, and in their place come the pathogenic bacteria and fungi.
Natural immunity is reduced, and in the future the person becomes difficult to resist a new bacterial and viral threats. To avoid these complications, in parallel with antibiotic should take bacterial drugs that normalize the normal gut flora and prevent the lose of the intestinal mucosa and vagina.
To compensate for the required level of lactobacilli used the drug "Lactobacterin". It is prescribed in the complex therapy for dysentery, diarrhea, salmonellosis, chronic enterocolitis, dysbacteriosis of intestine, with vaginitis and obesity. "Lactobacterin" is available in the form of powder, pills and vaginal suppositories.
This drug can be administered even infants for the treatment of intestinal diseases. To do this, use a powder that is conveniently packaged according to the number of doses required per single dose. Before applying a powder to be dissolved at the rate of 1 tsp. of boiled water for one dose "Lactobacterin".
For the treatment of newborns served by the same dose twice a day; children older than one year, two doses twice a day. Children over three years 2-5 doses 2 times a day. Adults take 2 doses 5-10 times a day on prescription. The duration of treatment should be at least 4-6 weeks, valid and longer treatment to achieve the desired effect.
In gynecology candles "Lactobacterin" inserted into the vagina in preparation for childbirth, in the postpartum period for prevention 1 candle 1-2 times a day for 10 to 14 days.
Contraindications to the use of "Lactobacterin" is candidiasis and hypersensitivity to the lactic acid bacteria.
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