Baby and child health

The human microbiota, i.e. microorganisms residing in the gastrointestinal tract, is believed to be established directly from birth and during the early years of life. Having an imbalance of good and bad bacteria in the gut is thought to be related to early life digestive problems such as colic, constipation and regurgitation.

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Adult health

The balance between good and bad bacteria are believed to be exceptionally important for human health. In a balanced gut, good bacteria outnumber bad ones by ten to one. If bad bacteria start to exceed it may lead to various health conditions such as constipation or diarrhea.

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Oral health

Your mouth contains billions of bacteria. Sometimes there will be an imbalance in the oral bacterial flora. Three out of four adults suffer from gum problems during their lifetime.

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Clinical studies

To date, 174 clinical studies using BioGaia’s human strains of L. reuteri have been performed on 14,700 individuals of all ages. Results have been published in 146 articles in scientific journals (March 2017).

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Research network

BioGaia collaborates with specialists at around 50 research institutes and clinics in a unique global research network. Many of these researchers are among the foremost in their areas.

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