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Probiotics cannot be abused, but in the following cases, in addition to timely medical treatment, the use of probiotics can be considered for auxiliary adjustment.
For babies, their immune system is immature, and the intestinal flora is easily fluctuated, and the balance of the flora can be disrupted accidentally. Therefore, when the baby has infectious diarrhea or diarrhea caused by antibiotics, the proper use of probiotics can reduce the frequency of diarrhea to a certain extent and help relieve discomfort.
The "Evidence-Based Guidelines for the Clinical Application of Probiotics in Pediatrics" pointed out that if children have functional constipation, probiotics can be used to improve the intestinal transit time of feces and enhance the frequency of intestinal movement, thereby relieving defecation difficulties and reducing the recurrence of functional constipation. Rate.
3. Eczema and other allergic diseases
For infant eczema, in addition to local treatment, probiotics can be used as systemic adjuvant therapy, which can significantly improve the eczema score, improve the curative effect, and reduce the recurrence rate.
Colic is a common disease in newborns, especially babies under 3 months, who often suffer from colic due to underdeveloped digestive system. It usually manifests as restless crying at night, or sudden loud and continuous crying. When the attack occurs, the baby's face is flushed, and the legs are curled up to the abdomen, which can finally be relieved by exhausting or defecating.
For babies with colic, supplementing with appropriate probiotics can help their intestinal flora balance as soon as possible, increase intestinal peristalsis, and relieve pain.
5. Promote the development of the immune system
After entering the intestinal tract, probiotics will stay in the intestinal tract, cover the intestinal mucosa, and promote the secretion of immunoglobulin A. In addition, probiotics can also activate the body's immune cell proliferation and activity, thereby improving the baby's immunity.
You must know that not all probiotics have the effect of improving immunity. When choosing probiotics, you must pay attention to the following points:
1. Look at the strains
At the end of May 2020, the National Health Commission approved Lactobacillus helveticus R0052, Bifidobacterium infantis R0033, and Bifidobacterium bifidum R0071 as strains that can be used in infant food. So far, a total of 12 strains can be used in infant food.
2. Look at the content
Probiotics must reach a certain amount to be effective.
The "Probiotic Health Food Evaluation Regulations" issued by the National Health Commission pointed out that the number of viable bacteria during the shelf life should not be less than 106CFU/ml (g).
3. Look at the ingredients
Some brands of probiotics add various additives and even preservatives to the product in order to ensure the taste and prolong the shelf life. Some ingredients are a burden on the baby's delicate stomach, especially probiotics containing inulin, mannan, white sugar and other ingredients can not be eaten by babies.
4. Look at the shape
The "Probiotic Health Food Evaluation Regulations" mentions that the production of probiotic health food live bacteria products in liquid form is not recommended.
Liquids are easy to inactivate probiotics, and powders should be considered as much as possible when choosing probiotics.