Our purpose is to provide you information about beneficial bacteria, their use and the latest research. When bacteria are taken to improve health, they are considered “probiotics” —to learn what probiotics are, go here.
Can they improve my health?
Beneficial bacteria have a surprisingly wide array of effects on the human body—including regulating the bowels, protecting against infection to preventing allergy. There’s a lot evidence that shows that probiotics can improve health—to see the clinical evidence, go here.
Can they improve the health of my garden and pond?
Bacteria are also essential for healthy gardens and ponds by regulating the nitrogen cycle—to learn more about this works, read the article, “Bacteria of the Nitrogen Cycle in Aquariums Explained.”
Beneficial bacteria in the news
Besides offering useful information about probiotics, The Beneficial Bacteria Site also provides overviews on the latest findings.
Feel free to comment, although we cannot always give you a person reply, we welcome discussion about the latest research and value your input regarding your own unique experiences with useful bacteria.
Disclaimer: This site is not intended to provide medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. As with all changes in your diet and lifestyle, it is wise to consult your personal physician.