And on Syn­bi­otics

Consumer Voice - - Food & Stuff/ Probiotics -

Syn­bi­otics are de­fined as the food in­gre­di­ents or di­etary sup­ple­ments that con­tain a com­bi­na­tion of both pro­bi­otics and pre­bi­otics to pro­duce a syn­er­gis­tic ef­fect. Pre­bi­otics are in­creas­ingly added to pro­bi­otic food prepa­ra­tions (syn­bi­otics) to en­hance pro­bi­otic sur­vival and growth. At the same time, al­though syn­bi­otic prepa­ra­tions are in­creas­ingly used, the po­ten­tial ben­e­fits to gut health may be limited as only spe­cific com­bi­na­tions may en­hance pro­bi­otic sur­vival and growth. – Com­piled by Richa Pande

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