Lactobacillus huangpiensis is a bacterium found in various foods. It is a natural part of the human gut flora and is used as a probiotic culture to support gut health .
source in food
Lactobacillus huangpiensis is found in a variety of foods, including fermented milk products such as yogurt, kefir, and sauerkraut. It can also be found in fermented vegetables like kimchi and fermented grains like sourdough bread.
Recommended daily intake
There is no universally accepted recommended daily intake of Lactobacillus huangpiensis, but it is widely believed that a daily intake of at least 1 billion CFU (colony forming units) is sufficient to maintain a healthy gut flora.
- Supports gut health and digestion
- Can strengthen the immune system
- May reduce the risk of infection and inflammation
- Can improve the absorption of nutrients
- May reduce the risk of allergies and autoimmune diseases
problems due to a defect
A deficiency in Lactobacillus huangpiensis can lead to disrupted gut flora, which in turn can lead to poorer digestion, a weaker immune system, and an increased risk of infection and inflammation.
possible side effects
Lactobacillus huangpiensis is generally well tolerated and no side effects are known. In rare cases, however, gastrointestinal problems such as flatulence, diarrhea or nausea can occur.
Interactions with other dietary supplements or medications
There are no known interactions with other dietary supplements or medications. However, it is recommended to consult a doctor before taking any dietary supplement containing Lactobacillus huangpiensis.