Lactobacillus Rhamnosus: A Probiotic for Gut Health

From Organic Newsroom:

Lactobacillus Rhamnosus, also referred to as L. Rhamnosus, is a bacterial microorganism that is commonly found in probiotic supplements used to promote healthy digestive function. L. Rhamnosus is one of many non-colonizing transient bacteria of the human gastrointestinal tract, and has been shown to provide notable benefits to neural pathways, the immune system, and in the treatment of candida.

NOTE: As with most healthcare related topics, some studies have shown that Lactobacillus Rhamnosus may not be beneficial to everyone and, in some rare cases, may even cause negative side effects. If you are considering the purchase of a L. Rhamnosus Supplement, you should consult your doctor first.

Shown to provide notable benefits to neural pathways, the immune system, and in the treatment of Candida

As with other members of the Lactobacillus genus, L. Rhamnosus are aptly named for their production of lactic acid. Lactic acid is an organic compound that is found naturally in many dairy products (as a by-product of containing bacteria) and is also FDA approved as a food additive. When used as a food additive, Lactic acid serves as a powerful natural preservative, curing agent, and often a flavoring agent as well.

There is a large body of growing research that points to Lactobacillus Rhamnosus possessing the ability to have a tremendously-positive impact on gut health, as well neurological function. While there are some rare instances where L. Rhamnosus isn’t tolerated well, most people who introduce the lactic-acid producing bacteria into their system see some benefit.

L. Rhamnosus & Healthy Immune Function

Lactobacillus Rhamnosus is a powerfully beneficial non-colonizing bacterium that is part of the lactic acid producing genus, Lactobacillus. L. Rhamnosus is a common ingredient found in many probiotic supplements. Boasting data-backed potential to treat leaky gut syndrome, improve neural function, detox candida, and a plethora of other highly-effective health impacts, …

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