Which people are suitable for probiotics?
1. Caesarean section, premature, low birth weight and artificial feeding: these children have low immunity and have cold or enteritis at both ends in three days.
2. People with diarrhea or constipation: no matter the infectious diarrhea caused by bacteria, virus or protozoa, or the non infectious diarrhea, there is intestinal flora disorder.
3. Cancer patients receiving chemotherapy or radiotherapy: chemotherapy drugs and radiation will kill probiotics, resulting in intestinal flora imbalance. The symptoms include abdominal distension, constipation, loss of nutrients and absorption of toxins, which not only affects the recovery of patients, but also may force the interruption of chemotherapy and radiotherapy.
4. Patients with cirrhosis and celitis: they have not only dysbacteriosis, but also lipogenic endotoxemia of varying degrees. Supplementation of probiotics can inhibit the putrefactive bacteria producing amines in the intestine, reduce the acidity in the intestine and the content of endotoxin in the blood.
5. Enteritis patients: Although the etiology of ulcerative colitis is not clear, probiotics supplementation can achieve a certain effect.
6. Dyspepsia: functional dyspepsia is characterized by recurrent or persistent epigastric fullness, anorexia, heartburn and other symptoms. There is no stomach, liver, gallbladder and pancreas disease. Probiotics promote digestion.