Probiotics are defined as “living microorganism”, which when administered in adequate amounts confer health benefits on the host”. Most probiotics are bacteria are small, single-celled organism. They promote good health through establishing an improved balance in intestinal microflora. Probiotic is often called as "good bacteria" because they help to keep your gut healthy. They can be used in food and non-food preparation. At present, probiotics are almost exclusively consumed as fermented dairy products such as yoghurt or freeze-dried cultures, but in the future, they may also be found in fermented vegetables and meats.
Celiac disease (CD) or gluten sensitive enteropathy is the destruction of the absorptive surface as the consequence of immune response to the indigested gluten in the small intestine. Caused due to an inappropriate T cell-mediated response caused by an ingestion of gluten in the affected individual. Gluten refers to specific peptides fractions of proteins found in wheat (glutenin and gliadin), rye (secalin) and barley (hordein).
Cranberry is native to North America. Cranberries comprise nearly 90% water, but also contain various organic substances such as quinic acid, malic acid and citric acid as well as glucose and fructose. Common preparation with cranberries includes fresh, whole berries, gelatinized products, juices and capsules. Pure juice is too acidic and unpalatable, even with sweeteners.
Polycystic ovary syndrome is a common endocrine disorder ( a hormonal disorder) of unknown cause that affects women of reproductive age. PCOS affects 1 in 10 women.The condition is characterized by reproductive issues such as amenorrhea or other menstrual irregularities, multiple cysts on the ovaries and infertility.