The tasks performed by probiotics are very diverse, such as nutritional or immune function:
Development of the newborn's gastrointestinal system
Obtaining energy from nutrients, due to their ability to ferment indigestible carbohydrates, promote monosaccharide absorption and subsequent energy storage
Maintenance of the pH of the skin and in the colon.
Improves the absorption of water and minerals in the colon.
Increases the speed of intestinal transit.
In the intestinal tract, it interacts with the immune system, providing signals to promote the maturation of immune cells and the normal development of autoimmune functions.
Changes in its composition can contribute to the development of obesity and metabolic syndrome
Protects against the development of type I diabetes.
Chronic intestinal diseases or pathologies are, and appear to be, related to the alteration of the intestinal microbiota.
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