Probiotics in Human Clinical Trials | Research

Probiotics in Human Clinical Trials | Research

In 2001, the World Health Organisation published a report indicating the health benefits of probiotic supplements. In 2005, the first paper was published that proposed the use of probiotics as an adjunctive …


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