Lactococcus Lactis

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This strain of bacteria helps support the immune system and prevent eczema

Lactococcus Lactis is normally found in many cheeses.

Research links this bacteria with helping prevent eczema in high risk children[1], and enhancing anti-viral properties in the human immune system[2].

[1] Niers L, Martin R, Rijkers G, Sengers F, Timmerman H, van Uden N, Smidt H, Kimpen J, Hoekstra M: The effects of selected probiotic strains on the development of eczema (the PandA study). Allergy 2009, 64:1349-1358.

[2] Tetsu Sugimuraa, Kenta Jounaib, Konomi Ohshioa, Takaaki Tanakac, Masahiro Suwab, Daisuke Fujiwaraa Immunomodulatory effect of Lactococcus lactis JCM5805 on human plasmacytoid dendritic cell. Clinical Immunology Volume 149, Issue 3, Part B, December 2013, Pages 509–518.

Probiotics containing Lactococcus Lactis: 

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