Have you ever heard of probiotics?
They are like an army of friendly microorganisms that live in our body and help us stay healthy. Probiotics are available in some foods, but also in supplements. Probiotics have many health benefits, but one of the most important is their ability to prevent and treat gastritis.
What is gastritis?
What causes gastritis?
Consumption of medicines; also the combination with medicines increases the sensitivity to alcohol, generally iboprufen, naproxen or aspirins are consumed. Causing greater damage.
Spicy and fatty foods; as irritants they can trigger symptoms of gastritis and cause ulcers.
Carbonated beverages or soft drinks; these types of beverages cause bloating and gas leading to reflux. They are also associated with influencing the progression of irritable bowel syndrome and ulcers.
Stress, smoking, radioactive treatments and chronic vomiting can also cause gastritis.
How can H. pylori infections be prevented?
Probiotics help prevent gastritis by balancing the intestinal flora and strengthening the mucosal barrier of the stomach. Some studies have shown that probiotics can reduce stomach inflammation and improve immune function.
Which probiotics are recommended for gastritis and how to reduce its symptoms?
In general, to combat gastritis caused by H.Pylori, a treatment of 3 or 4 antibiotics is used, which causes enormous damage to the intestinal flora, triggering other types of diseases. It is very important that in addition to this type of treatment, resistant and immediately acting probiotics are consumed to maintain the wellbeing of the intestinal flora.
The recommended strains are found in Xaviax C+A, DTX, OME, D3 and MGF products. Their efficacy is evident from the first dose because of their patented technology that keeps the probiotics alive and metabolically active. In addition, they add agave inulin as a prebiotic and specially selected nutrients to enhance the properties of each probiotic strain.