Probiotics are a kind of active microbial food raw materials that are beneficial to human health. Commonly used probiotics include lactobacillus acidophilus and bifidobacterium, which together with lactobacillus casei are called "three good bacteria for health".
Bifidobacterium is one of the dominant bacteria in the intestines of many mammals.It belongs to the microecology of bacteria.It plays an important role in the nutrition of infants and the prevention of intestinal diseases.This bacterium is an important physiological bacterium in human and animal intestines.It plays an important role in a series of physiological processes such as immunity, nutrition, digestion and protection.
1. Nutritional effects
It can make the human body through the reasonable diet can absorb sufficient amount of a variety of nutrients for the human body can not be ignored the role of nutrition; 2. Anti-cancer effects
Ingestion of live or dead bifidobacteria can increase the antibody level of the body and stimulate the phagocytosis activity of macrophages, which plays an important role in improving the body's anti-infection ability, preventing, inhibiting and killing the generation of tumor cells.
3. Protect liver
Animal bifidobacteria can inhibit the growth of putrefying bacteria, correct the imbalance of intestinal flora and promote the absorption of nutrients, prevent bacterial translocation, reduce the source of endotoxin, reduce liver damage and improve liver function.
4. Regulate gastrointestinal functions
A large number of short-chain fatty acids secreted by animal bifidobacterium can acidify the intestinal tract, which can control abnormal fermentation caused by harmful bacteria, increase the osmotic pressure in the intestinal tract, stimulate gastrointestinal peristalsis, and promote defecation.
5. Anti-aging effect
Oral administration of animal bifidobacterium preparation can significantly increase the activity and content of superoxide dismutase (SOD) in blood, thus reducing the aging of the body caused by the oxidation reaction involving free radicals. Therefore, bifidobacterium plays an extremely important role in the anti-aging process.