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As per available reports about 103 open access articles, 396 conference proceedings, 2 press releases, 1 relevant journals, 2 conferences, 54 editors, 107 speakers 30 workshops , 12 collaborations 31 media partners, 27 national symposiums are presently dedicated exclusively to Probiotics.
ProbioticsProbiotics are organisms such as bacteria or yeast that are believed to improve health. They are available in supplements and foods. The idea of taking live bacteria or yeast may seem strange at first. After all, we take antibiotics to fight bacteria. But our bodies naturally teem with such organisms. The digestive system is home to more than 500 different types of bacteria. They help keep the intestines healthy and assist in digesting food. They are also believed to help the immune system.
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Researchers believe that some digestive disorders happen when the balance of friendly bacteria in the intestines becomes disturbed. This can happen after an infection or after taking antibiotics. Intestinal problems can also arise when the lining of the intestines is damaged. Taking probiotics may help. “Probiotics can improve intestinal function and maintain the integrity of the lining of the intestines,” says Stefano Guandalini, MD, professor of pediatrics and gastroenterology at the University of Chicago Medical Center. These friendly organisms may also help fight bacteria that cause diarrhea. There’s also evidence that probiotics help maintain a strong immune system. “In societies with very good hygiene, we’ve seen a sharp increase in autoimmune and allergic diseases,” Guandalini tells WebMD. “That may be because the immune system isn’t being properly challenged by pathogenic organisms. Introducing friendly bacteria in the form of probiotics is believed to challenge the immune system in healthy ways.” Although they are still being studied, probiotics may help several specific illnesses, studies show. In 2011, experts reviewed the research. They concluded that probiotics are most effective for: Treating childhood diarrhea, Treating ulcerative colitis, Treating necrotizing enterocolitis, a type of infection and inflammation of the intestines mostly seen in infants, Preventing antibiotic-associated diarrhea and infectious diarrhea, Preventing pouchitis, an inflammation of the intestines that can follow intestinal surgery, Treating and preventing eczema associated with cow’s milk allergy, Helping the immune system. For the most part, taking probiotics is safe and causes few side effects. “People in cultures around the world have been eating yogurt, cheeses, and other foods containing live cultures for centuries,” Still, probiotics may be dangerous for people with weakened immune systems or serious illnesses. One study found that patients with severe pancreatitis who were given probiotics had a higher risk of death.
The probiotic ingredients market, that forms a part of the functional food ingredients market, is currently being driven by the rising popularity of probiotic functional foods and beverages among consumers. Age, stress, and poor diet are some of the reasons responsible for digestive ailments, bloating, and reduced resistance to infections; consumption of functional foods comprising probiotics enhanced products helps to alleviate these widespread conditions. Leading companies such as Yakult Honsha Co., Ltd. (Japan) and Chr. Hansen A/S (Denmark), among several others, have developed patented strains of microorganisms (probiotics) claiming to have specific health benefits. There has also been a proliferation of probiotic ingredient suppliers who develop tailored strains of microorganisms for integrating with a diverse set of probiotics products. The functional food and dietary supplement manufacturers form the target audience for this report along with animal feed producers particularly in developed regions. Awareness, faith on their efficacy, and safety are some of the deciding factors for the success of probiotic ingredients. The global probiotic ingredients market, still in the development stage and is expected to exhibit increasing growth as people become more health conscious and are switching to preventative healthcare mainly due to rising healthcare costs. The increase in population and disposable incomes in developing Asian countries is driving the demand for functional foods and dietary supplements, which in turn serves as a driver for the probiotic ingredients market. The probiotic ingredients market is segmented on the basis of application into food & beverage, dietary supplements, and animal feed. The food & beverage segment has been further classified into dairy, bakery & confectionery, dry foods, non-dairy beverages, meat and cereals. The dietary supplements segment is projected to grow at the highest CAGR of 8.0% from 2015 to 2020. The market is segmented on the basis of function into regular, prevention of disease, and therapy. On the basis of end-use, the market is segmented into human probiotics and animal probiotics. The market for human probiotics is the largest; however, the animal probiotics segment is growing at the highest CAGR of 7.7%.The market has also been segmented on the basis of ingredient into bacteria and yeast. The market has also been segmented on the basis of region into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of the World (RoW). Key countries of these regions have also been studied.
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