The digestive system is home to many different kinds of microorganisms, including bacteria, fungi, viruses, and more.
Probiotics can help stimulate the growth of good bacteria while also protecting against disease-causing bacteria. Together, this mix of microorganisms is known as the gut microbiota or gut microbiome, and it plays a key role in the health of the human body.
L. acidophilus is a species of beneficial microbial flora and has been proven to play an important role in many pathological and physiological processes. It has been shown to improve CVD and lactose intolerance, prevent and treat cancer, regulate immunity, and improve gastrointestinal diseases.