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Probiotics show promise in treating colitis News Staff

A new Canadian study has found that simple "probiotic" bacteria are effective in treating ulcerative colitis, a painful disease caused by an immune system attack on the body's intestinal tissue and colon.

Researchers at the University of Alberta found six weeks of treatment with pills containing so-called "good" bacteria, or probiotics, can turn the inflamed and bleeding colons of many patients with ulcerative colitis into virtually normal tissue.

Probiotics are not new but their healing powers are just starting to be investigated by the medical community. They are the easily obtained bacteria that turn milk into yogurt and are thought to restore intestinal bacteria balance.

Patients with colitis often have an overgrowth of "bad" bacteria and not enough of the "good" ones. They experience abdominal pain and bloody diarrhea from inflammation and ulcers in the large bowel. The cause of the illness is unknown though genetic susceptibility is thought to play a role.

Researchers tested whether heavy doses of probiotics could help combat the overgrowth of "bad" bacteria in colitis sufferers and help them to heal.

They tested 34 patients with mild to moderate active ulcerative colitis who were not responding to conventional therapy. The patients were treated with VSL, a probiotic mixture containing 450 billion live probiotic bacteria made up of eight lactic acid bacterial species.


Colitis sufferer Joanne Kosowan was diagnosed with the disease 22 years ago. "I was in considerable pain with a lot of bloating, severe cramping and bleeding," she told CTV News. "Yet within a week of being on the probiotics as part of the University of Alberta test I felt better."

The study found that the medication brought about a demonstrated remission in 53 per cent of the study group (18 patients), and a favourable response in another 24 per cent (8 patients). There was no response in 9 per cent of patients and a worsening of symptoms in 9 per cent. Two patients did not complete the final assessment.

About 30,000 Canadians have ulcerative colitis. Unlike the steroid treatment that many of them endure, the probiotic treatment caused virtually no side effects, other than mild bloating.

"This is a potentially new way of treating inflammatory bowel disease... that is probably quite safe and doesn't have a lot of side effects," says Dr. Hillary Steinhart of Toronto's Mount Sinai Hospital.

Doctors don't know why the probiotic treatment doesn't work on all patients or if its effects are permanent. They also say patients shouldn't self medicate or replace current treatments with probiotics off the store shelf.

There is no proof that the doses available in commercial products help symptoms. But they say the study's results are encouraging and probiotics could next be tested on patients with Crohn's disease.

The results of the study are published in the latest edition of the American Journal of Gastroenterology.

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  • Syntol replaces the "friendly" intestinal bacteria destroyed by antibiotics.
  • Aids digestion and helps suppress disease-causing bacteria.
  • Prevents diarrhea, including infectious diarrhea, particularly from rotavirus (a virus that commonly causes diarrhea in children).
  • Eliminates the overgrowth of "bad" organisms in the gastrointestinal tract (a condition that tends to cause diarrhea and may occur from use of antibiotics).
  • Alleviates symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome and, possibly, inflammatory bowel disease (such as Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis).
  • Prevents and/or reduces the recurrence of vaginal yeast infections, urinary tract infections, and cystitis (bladder inflammation). The best scientific evidence exists for vaginal infections.
  • Improves lactose absorption digestion in people who are lactose intolerant
  • Enhances the immune response. Studies have suggested that consumption of yogurt or milk that contain Syntol's specific strains of Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium may improve the natural immune response. Scientific studies show the improved immune function may help in warding off infections.
  • Aids the alleviation of respiratory infections such as sinusitis, bronchitis, and pneumonia.
  • Lowers the  risk of allergies. Including asthma, hay fever, food allergies to milk, and skin reactions such as eczema.
  • Helps to reduce high cholesterol and blood pressure in some patients and has shown excellent results when used in conjunction with Neprinol to reduce C- Reactive Protein levels.
  • Special Protease, Cellulase and Chitosanase components digest Candida yeast albicans and eradicate the roots that permeate the intestinal tract causing leakage and immune disorders.
  • Other conditions under investigation for use of probiotics include colon cancer, HIV related diarrhea, and Helicobacter pylori, an organism that can lead to development of ulcers.

Syntol eliminates Antibiotic-Associated Diarrhea

AAD occurs when antibiotics disturb the natural balance of "good" and "bad" bacteria in your intestinal tract, causing harmful bacteria to proliferate far beyond their normal numbers. The result is often frequent, watery bowel movements and an upset stomach, sometimes resembling hunger pains.

Most often, the diarrhea is fairly mild and clears up shortly after discontinuing the antibiotic. But sometimes it may develop into colitis, an inflammation of the colon, or a more serious form of colitis called pseudomembranous colitis. Both can cause abdominal pain, fever and bloody diarrhea. In cases of pseudomembranous colitis, these symptoms may become life-threatening.

Effective treatments exist for mild AAD, as well as for colitis and pseudomembranous colitis. In addition, taking concentrated supplements of beneficial bacteria (probiotics) such as Syntol may relieve symptoms or help prevent AAD in the first place.  Syntol is not recommend for those already taking antibiotics.  Syntol may be taken within a few days of stopping your antibiotic dose.  Consult your doctor before taking Syntol.  Syntol is not recommend for those pregnant or nursing.  Consult your physician if you are currently undergoing allograft therapy, HIV treatment or Chemotherapy.

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