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Lactose and Gluten Intolerance
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Getting rid of Lactose or Gluten Intolerance?


Research has proven the irrefutable fact that sheds light on the cause of gluten insensitivity and intestinal irritability: the progressive devastation of gut microbiota by the abuse of antibiotics and antiseptics intoxicating the modern environment. Ever since antibiotics have been nuking the good gut bacteria, gluten sensitivities and many illnesses have resurfaced. Natural probiotics generate enzymes that seal off gluten and gliadin into non-toxic elements; the evidence is apparent. Without probiotics, creating isolation for these enzymes, the immune system goes wild. Gluten is a protein existing in wheat, and it is believed that 15 percent of the globe’s population has a gluten sensitivity. On the other hand, the percentage of hypolactasia (lactose intolerance) is active in at least 65 percent of the world’s population. It may be environmentally caused or genetic. The small intestine cannot break down lactose without the enzyme lactase, so its deficiency renders digesting dairy products more difficult. Studies are explicit today in showing that your gut flora’s health can help reduce, and even put an end to the symptoms of these disorders.


Probiotics or The Milky Way


According to the FDA probiotics are: “live microorganisms which, when administered in adequate amounts, confer a health benefit on the host.” As a multifarious and non-pathogenic group, probiotics make lactase intracellularly or galactosidase, possibly assisting lactose digestion. Lactose intolerant people, in various studies, have come to endure lactose in yogurt better than in milk due to the Lactobacillus acidophilus strain. The lactase making bacteria in yogurt allow for a better digestion of lactose. But not all strains of probiotic bacteria necessary to treat lactose intolerance are found in yogurt. Lactobacillus bulgarius and Streptococcus thermophiles are known to relieve lactose intolerance because they create the lactase enzyme, making digestion possible. Taken in capsule form, probiotics usually offer many strains of bacteria.


NOVA Probiotics: Microscopic Barricades


Milk and dairy products, fermented or not, after having been mixed with probiotics, can ameliorate digestion and absorption of lactose, therefore hindering if not eradicating the effects of lactose intolerance. Due to microbial β-galactosidase in the fermented milk, this important action is delayed, and the gastrointestinal transit, the positive effects on enteric functions, colon microbiota, and diminished sensitivity to symptoms are the natural outcome. Shielding the bacterial cell walls, and moving as a lactase squadron during intestinal transfer, the enzyme’s release into the small intestine brings forth the desired resistance. To better weaken lactose intolerance, the probiotic strains Lactobacillus bulgarius, and Streptococcus thermophiles are the most efficient because they produce the lactase enzyme.


Nova probiotics have the most complete set of live cells on the market (73 billion per capsule), if you can’t milk your cow, we can at least help you drink its milk. Seek advice from your therapeutic practitioner or contact us to know which product is right for you.