Do Prebiotic and Probiotic Supplements Decrease Systemic Inflammation?
|Do Prebiotic and Probiotic Supplements Decrease Systemic Inflammation?||Darrell Miller||10/10/17|
October 10, 2017 10:14 AM
Author: Darrell Miller (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Subject: Do Prebiotic and Probiotic Supplements Decrease Systemic Inflammation?
Prebiotics and probiotics are good bacteria. They help your body handle many processes. They may help with systemic inflammation as well. Since this can cause pain and can make things hard on you it helps to know what may help. If you want to try this you need only find the foods which contain this bacteria. Yogurt it one example of such foods. That is easily obtained. It is sold at practically every grocery store.
- While there have been heterogeneous results, approximately half of the included studies reported a significant decrease in one or more of the systemic inflammatory biomarkers. Meta-analysis concluded
- This systematic review has some limitations. Firstly, there was heterogeneity between studies with respect to supplement formulation, dosage, study duration, and systemic inflammatory outcomes.
- Despite the limitations, authors believe that this is the first systematic review to examine the available evidence on the effects of SCFA, prebiotics, and synbiotics on systemic inflammation.
"The studies indicate that this association between fiber intake and anti-inflammatory response may be due to the presence of short-chain fatty acids (SCFAs), which are active byproducts of the fermentation of soluble dietary fiber and resistant starch by bacteria in the colon"
Read more: https://www.medicalnewsbulletin.com/prebiotic-probiotic-systemic-inflammation/