- increased Lactobacillus detection rate
- decreased total amount of C. perfringens
- fecal pH indicated acidosis (lower pH...a good thing for the intestines)
- inhibition of synthesis of fecal putrefaction products
- an increase in the short-chain fatty acid isobutyric acid
- blood IL-1 beta and NK cell activity (which are immune-related) were significantly higher from the 4th week of probiotic supplementation (as compared to pre-supplementation).
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