Nov 24 2013

An In Depth Look at Soil-Based Organismâ„¢ Part 2

Published by at 3:49 pm under probiotic supplements

Soil-Based Organismâ„¢
Dysbiosis is associated with, and is one cause of a condition called increased intestinal
permeability, or leaky gut syndrome. Leaky gut syndrome often goes unrecognized, and
is in itself linked to a constellation of other symptoms and a number of diseases (Table 1)
[Galland, 2007]. Leaky Gut Syndrome is defined as “an increase in the permeability of
the intestinal mucosa to luminal macromolecules, antigens and toxins associated with
inflammatory degenerative and/or atrophic mucosal damage [Galland, 2007].
Hyperpermeability of the intestines results in many problems that affect the whole

Symptoms Associated with Increased Intestinal Permeability

 Fatigue and malaise

 Fevers of unknown origin


 Toxic feelings

 Poor exercise tolerance


Food intolerances

Skin rashes

Cognitive and memory deficits


Abdominal pain

Abdominal distension

Shortness of breath


Lactic acid bacteria have been suggested as agents to reverse the symptoms of leaky gut
syndrome. Products containingLactobacillus sp., and their bioactive nonbacterial
components have been shown to increase immune function and intestinal health in
both children and adults. Indeed the SBOsâ„¢ contained in Body Bioticsâ„¢ products
have been shown to have far reaching effects in the human body. The SBOs have
constant contact with the immune cells in the body, since 80% of them are located
in the gut [Salminen, 1988]. The studies outlined below will serve as an example of
the various effects of SBOs on gastrointestinal health.

Stay well,

Stay tuned for more on this subject next Sunday

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