Bifidobacterium infantis is a lactic-acid-producing gut bacteria that provides many benefits to newborn infants as well as adults.
B. infantis is a bacterial species belonging to the Bifidobacteria genus. B. infantis is commonly seen in an infant’s digestive tract, particularly those who are breast fed. Unlike some other Bifidobacteria species, B. infantis does not tolerate oxygen very well, therefore B. infantis takes up its main residence in the colon.
B. infantis is a beneficial microbe and can exert many positive effects supporting human health, thus making it of particular interest in the probiotic industry.
Bifidobacterium infantis has been shown to strengthen the gut barrier, and increase butyrate production in certain contexts
Currently, the most effective way to increase Bifidobacterium infantis levels is through the use of probiotics
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