Lactobacillus harbinensis is a naturally occurring bacterium used as a probiotic supplement. It is a member of the Lactobacillus genus, also known as lactic acid bacteria.
source in food
Lactobacillus harbinensis can be found in a variety of foods, including yogurt, sauerkraut, cheese, and fermented beverages.
Recommended daily intake
There is no universally accepted recommended daily intake of Lactobacillus harbinensis. However, it is recommended to take a probiotic supplement that contains at least 1 billion CFU (colony forming units) per day.
According to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), the following benefits of Lactobacillus harbinensis can be proven:
- Support of the body's natural defences
- Gut health support
- support digestion
- Supporting the absorption of nutrients
problems due to a defect
A lack of Lactobacillus harbinensis can lead to a reduced resistance of the body, weakened digestion and an increased risk of infections.
possible side effects
Lactobacillus harbinensis is usually well tolerated and no serious side effects have been reported. In rare cases, however, it can cause stomach upset, flatulence and diarrhea.
Interactions with other dietary supplements or medications
No interactions between Lactobacillus harbinensis and other dietary supplements or medications have been reported. However, it is recommended to consult a doctor before taking any probiotic supplement.