Vyzerá to tak, že možno nebudú vždy tou najlepšou voľbou.
Sorry, nechce sa mi to celé prekladať. Ale v podstate ide o to, že ak sú po antibiotikách nasadené probiotiká, rozmnožia sa v črevách a v skutočnosti neobnovia "microbiome" (neviem, ako to správne preložiť), ako by mali, práve naopak, zabránia povodnému ľudskému"microbiome" navrátiť sa do pôvodného stavu.
"Next the researchers measured what happens to the microbiome of people who take probiotics in the hope of restoring their microbiome after antibiotics. Twenty-one volunteers took an identical course of antibiotics and were then assigned to one of three groups. The microbiome of the first group was allowed to recover by itself, whereas the second group was given probiotics. The third group was treated with a dose of their own original pre-antibiotic microbiome by a faecal microbiota transplant (FMT).
Probiotic bacteria readily colonised the gut of everyone in the second group after antibiotics had cleared the way. However, the researchers were surprised to find that this prevented the return of the person’s normal microbiome for up to six months. “The probiotics very potently and persistently prevented the original microbiome returning to its original situation,” says Elinav. “This was very surprising and alarming to us. This adverse effect has not been described to date.”
The opposite effect was observed with the patients given a dose of their own pre-antibiotic microbiome via FMT. Their native gut microbiome returned to normal within days."