New Article About the Benefits of Probiotics and Womens Health Released By eProbiotics.com
The importance of probiotics in womens health is discussed in a new article from eProbiotics.com.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) April 19, 2013
The most recent article from eProbiotics.com focuses on the role of probiotics in womens health. In the article the authors from eProbiotics point out that the benefits of probiotics extend to all groups of people for numerous benefits, but in women women experience added protection from urinary tract and yeast infections.
The new article on probiotics explains that yeast infections have a tendency to happen when probiotics, or good bacteria, are not found; permitting unhealthy bacteria as well as yeast, particularly candida, to grow and reproduce without having opposition. The article goes on to further explain that urinary tract infections, or UTIs, have become frequent in females; in reality UTIs are so widespread, it’s estimated that over 50% of women will experience at least one Urinary tract infection necessitating medical treatment as well as a treatment plan with antibiotics. Like yeast infections, UTIs are generated by bacteria, and have a tendency to spread once the immune system is compromised, or if healthy bacteria are weakened through antibiotic treatments.
The new article on probiotics and womens health then concludes mentioning that reintroducing probiotics at levels efficient at managing and preventing vaginal yeast infections as well as urinary tract infections is very easy and safe through sources of probiotics found in food or even probiotic supplements.
The full article on probiotics and womens health can be viewed here at http://eprobiotics.com/probiotics-for-womens-health/.
About: eProbiotics.com is a brand new site which was unveiled in March of 2013 as a way to educate the online community of the significance of digestive and intestinal health and how sustaining a healthy balance of good bacteria can fight numerous health problems. A free guide on detoxification and cleansing foods for intestinal health is offered at http://eprobiotics.com/free-report.
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