6 ways how Probiotics can contribute to your health

6 ways how Probiotics can contribute to your health

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Probiotics have always been known for improving gut flora and improving and digestive health. But where else in your overall health state does it deliver value to you? Let's explore how below.

Digestive Health

Firstly, the obvious benefit for Probiotics: Taking probiotics can "re-populate"the digestive tract with healthful bacteria, improving digestive management.

Probiotics can be helpful for people with irritable bowel syndrome.


Did you know that 70% of your immune system is in your digestive tract?

Probiotics helps maintain a healthy immune system by increasing lymphocytes production--a maker of immune responses.


In one study, women who took probiotics during pregnancy saw a 30% reduction in the instance of childhood eczema (an early sign of allergies) in their infants.


There is a growing body of scientific evidence which suggests that probiotic bacteria may potentially hold the key to not only a better understanding of weight gain, but also how to manage it.

Urinary Health

Regular probiotic consumption can help prevent bad bacteria from invading the urinary tract by maintaining a population of healthy bacteria.

Reduces Lactose Intolerance

Active bacteria cultures have been shown to aid in reducing intolerance to lactose found in dairy products.


Looking to take more probiotics as part of your dietary routine? Try out VPharma's latest offering, Health Aid Bifina. Health Aid Bifina is a probiotic supplement that contains live probiotic strains (Bifidobacterium Longum BB536). Bifidobacterium Longum has been known to improve gut flora, increase immunity and metabolism, and improve digestion / bowel movement.

Health Aid Bifina comes in 2 variants. Health Aid Bifina S, which contains 5 Billion Colony Forming Units of live probiotic strains, and Health Aid Bifina Rwhich contains 2.5 Billion Colony Forming Units.

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