Lactobacillus arizonensis is a type of lactic acid bacteria found in various foods, especially fermented foods. It is an important part of the human gut flora and is considered a probiotic bacterium that aids in digestion and boosts the immune system
source in food
Lactobacillus arizonensis can be found in various fermented foods, including sauerkraut, kefir, yogurt, kombucha, and fermented vegetables.
Recommended daily intake
There is no universally accepted recommended daily intake of Lactobacillus arizonensis. However, it is recommended to include fermented foods in the diet to support the intestinal flora.
According to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), Lactobacillus arizonensis can help support digestion:
- It can help aid in digestion.
- It can help boost the immune system.
- It can help balance the intestinal flora.
problems due to a defect
A lack of Lactobacillus arizonensis in the diet can lead to digestive disorders, a weak immune system and an imbalanced intestinal flora.
possible side effects
Lactobacillus arizonensis is generally safe when consumed in the recommended amounts. However, some people may experience side effects such as abdominal cramps, gas, diarrhea, and nausea.
Interactions with other dietary supplements or medications
Lactobacillus arizonensis can interact with certain medications, including antibiotics. It is therefore important to consult a doctor before taking Lactobacillus arizonensis.