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They help in digestion in general, by altering the p H (by producing lactic acid) and improving the uptake of minerals, especially calcium.They also help to digest lactose for the lactose-intolerant persons. bacteria in your bowels outnumber the cells in your body by a factor of 10 to one.This gut flora has incredible power over your immune system, which, of course, is your body's natural defense system that keeps you healthy.Lactobacilli and Bifobacteria also assist in protein digestion. They produce natural antibiotics and antifungals such as hydrogen peroxide (not in the ridiculously high quantities that are available with H2O2 supplementation or other oxygenating products).Lactobacillus acidophilus secretes the antifungal and antimicrobial agents including lactocidin, lactobacillin, acidolin and as mentioned above, hydrogen peroxide.
Of these 400 variants that have been identified to be able to survive in the GI tract, the majority of the GI tract's bacteria is comprised of 30-40 of these species, the other species being present in very small numbers. D, Nobel, laureate, postulated that the ideal ratio of good to bad bacteria should be , which is often the reverse way around in many modern Westerners. the colon) whereas Lactobacillus acidophilus primarily inhabits the small intestine.They also help to maintain healthy cholesterol levels and triglyceride levels, and break down and rebuild our body's hormones.Enterococcus species are prominent facultative anaerobic, beneficial, lactic bacteria.They are also involved in the production of vitamins, for example, B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B7, B12, A, D and K, and also essential fatty acids.They are particularly important in the production of Biotin (B7), which is the body's main source of Biotin (dietary sources containing a minimal amount).
It is estimated that the large intestine (colon) alone should contain approximately 1.5kg of probiotic (good) bacteria.