Reduction of the good bacteria from the intestine leads to immune suppression. This suggests that disrupting intestinal flora with the use of antibiotics is a risk factor for opportunistic pathogens which are already residing in the intestine and may cause infection. For example, putting patients on antibiotics for knee-replacement surgery could damage their intestinal bacterial population. This makes them more susceptible to an infection that had nothing to do with the surgery. Therefore, clinically proven probiotic strain (good bacteria) should be consumed regularly especially while using antibiotics thereby prevent secondary infections too.
Good bacteria are a key to health and therefore consuming clinically proven good probiotic bacterial strain everyday ensures good intestinal and immune health for you and for your child.
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