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Probiotics for Women's Health - Chapter 1 - Introduction

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Uploaded on Jan 27, 2008

This is Chapter 1 of a 14-Chapter presentation which outlines the science behind the probiotic strains L. reuteri RC-14® and L. rhamnosus GR-1™. This presentation is presented by Dr. Gregor Reid, Ph.D., MBA, who is a renowned probiotic researcher and the world's leading expert in using clinically-documented probiotics to address women's health concerns. Dr. Gregor Reid, along with his colleague at UREX Biotech, Dr. Andrew Bruce, have been investigating the use of probiotic bacteria to address women's health issues for over twenty years. In the 1980's, their discovery of two Lactobacillus strains, specifically L. rhamnosus GR-1™ and L. reuteri RC-14®, has since led to over 20 published clinical trials and over 200 peer-reviewed publications that have documented the various beneficial effects of these two probiotic strains when taken orally. The health benefits include improved vaginal and urinary tract health, as well as restoration of a normal vaginal microflora profile in women who are experiencing bacterial vaginosis.

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