Lactobacillus apodemi is a group of bacteria found in various foods and natural sources. They are an important part of the human intestinal flora and are often referred to as probiotic bacteria. They aid in digestion and absorption of nutrients, support the immune system , and may also help reduce the risk of certain diseases.
source in food
Lactobacillus apodemi can be found in many fermented foods such as yogurt, kefir, sauerkraut, kimchi, kombucha, and fermented vegetables. It is also found in some probiotic supplements.
Recommended daily intake
There is no universally accepted recommended daily intake of Lactobacillus apodemi, but some experts recommend a daily intake of 1-10 billion CFU (colony forming units).
- Supports digestion and absorption of nutrients.
- Supports the immune system.
- May reduce the risk of certain diseases.
problems due to shortage
A deficiency in Lactobacillus apodemi can lead to digestive disorders, a weakened immune system and an increased risk of certain diseases.
possible side effects
Lactobacillus apodemi is usually safe and well tolerated. In rare cases, however, side effects such as abdominal pain, flatulence, nausea or diarrhea can occur.
Interactions with other supplements or medications
Lactobacillus apodemi can interact with some medications, especially antibiotics. Therefore, you should consult your doctor before taking Lactobacillus apodemi.