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Probiotics for depression and anxiety

A recent meta-analysis of 34 placebo-controlled clinical trials evaluated the effects of probiotics and prebiotics on depression and anxiety. The supplementation with probiotics showed small but significant effects on depression and anxiety.

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Probiotics for the endurance athletes

Our latest intervention study with marathon runners showed that four weeks of supplementation with Lab4 probiotics reduced the incidence and severity of gastrointestinal symptoms prior to and during a marathon race. The runners supplemented with Lab4 probiotics maintained their running speed during the latter stages of the race.

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Probiotics and antibiotic use

The antibiotic use with Infants and children who received probiotics to reduce the risk of acute respiratory tract infections, acute lower digestive tract infections or acute otitis media have a 29% lower relative risk of being prescribed antibiotics

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