It seems that high doses (3-50 billion CFu/d) of Lactobacillus rhamnosus, Bifidobacterium lactis and Lactobacillus acidophilus probiotics in single or multi-strain formulations currently hold the most promise for prevention and treatment of eczema, but more studies evaluating single and multiple strain probiotics and.
Your body is full of both â€œgoodâ€ and â€œbadâ€ bacteria. Probiotics are considered â€œ
There is one probiotic strain â€“ Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG (also known as LGGÂ®) â€“ that is well recognised for its beneficial effects in eczema. This particular strain of bacteria is one of the most extensively studied probiotics.
In this way probiotics can effectively 'crowd out' less desirable strains of bacteria. of atopic eczema, and research is still ongoing as to the best strains to use.
Other strains of probiotics generate histamines which can aggravate eczema.. before you find the best way to prevent or alleviate the symptoms of eczema.
Studies show that the destruction of the gut flora can cause eczema and that. in life and with safe probiotic strains is â€œgood educationâ€ for the immune system.