Combination of Prebiotic and multistrain Probiotics
Gut dysbiosis is common in COVID-19
Probiotics has Prophylactic and Supportive therapeutic role in the management of COVID-19
Prophylactic Role of Probiotics.
Helps to preserve intestinal balance and reduces dysbiosis.
Improves gut & lung immunity by gut-lung axis.
Reduces the incidences of acute respiratory infections in elderly population
Supportive Therapeutic Role of Probiotics
Helps to prevent secondary bacterial infections.
Helps to reduce inflammatory responses
Role of Probiotics in COVID-19
A recent Clinical Trial showed that probiotics administered to COVID-19 positive hospitalized patients, resulted in an EIGHTFOLD lower risk of developing respiratory failure compared to standard care, thus significantly improving clinical outcomes in COVID-19 infections.
Studies reveal that probiotics are a potential for the dietary treatment of hypertension.Systemic review and meta-analysis involving 2037 participants showed that Probiotic consumption significantly changed systolic blood pressure (SBP) and diastolic blood pressure (DBP).
Clinical Trials show that Probiotics have been found to lower fasting blood glucose, insulin levels, and improve glycosylated haemoglobin (HbA1c) and insulin resistance.
Probiotics are recommeded as a first step in regulating the urinary microbiota and hence help in dealing with Urinary Tract Infections. Probiotics are also recommended as a tool for prevention of Recurrent UTIs.
Studies show Probiotic Usage leads to 81 % reduction in Vaginal Infections *. Probiotics are recommended in in various conditions including Bacterial Vaginosis, Vaginal Candidiasis, Pruritis, Vaginal Odor, White discharge.
Probiotics help in the maintenance of a balanced microbiota, Creation of a favorable gut environment and provide support to the health of the digestive tract and the immune system.
Probtiocs are effective in modulation of gut microbial patterns and hence have an effect in containing respiratory tract infections ( URTI) by modulating the gut-lung microtbiota axis.