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Abstract

Health Benefits, Potential Applications and Mechanism of Action of Probiotics: A Review

Author(s): Amandeep Kaur*, Balvir Kumar and Nandini Rajput

From last ten years, popularity of probiotic bacteria is increased, as people are getting aware about benefits and various other advantages of probiotic bacteria. As scientific study has also proved that there are many advantages and health benefits, we can easily find probiotic products incorporated in various dairy products which are commonly fermented products, like for instance, yoghurt, cheese, curd and a probiotic drink yakult. A lot of research is being carried out by researchers across the globe to check health benefits, and to evaluate safety and nutritional value if consumed on a daily basis. Aim of this paper is to evaluate how probiotic microorganisms are helpful for keeping good health and boosting immunity of the individuals also helps the immune system to fight back against pathogenic bacteria that cause diseases such as diarrhoea, stomach bloating. Proved that there are many advantages and health benefits, we can easily find probiotic products incorporated in various dairy products which are commonly fermented products, like for instance, yoghurt, cheese, curd and a probiotic drink yakult. A lot of research is being carried out by researchers across the globe to check health benefits, and to evaluate safety and nutritional value if consumed on a daily basis. Aim of this paper is to evaluate how probiotic microorganisms are helpful for keeping good health and boosting immunity of the individuals also helps the immune system to fight back against pathogenic bacteria that cause diseases such as diarrhoea, stomach bloating.


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