- L. reuteri lives in the intestine, oral cavity, and vaginal and urinary tracts.
- It is commonly found in many foods, especially in meat and milk products.
- It is known to produce reuterin, an antibacterial substance.
Our recommendations are based on the following rules:
- Exact strain number is shown in the supplement facts
- Product of the single strain or one of the strains of a few others
- Best customer reviews with high number of reviewers
- Popular brand and low cost
L. reuteri RC-14
Urinary Tract Infections / Bacterial Vaginosis (1)
L. reuteri DSM 12246
Atopic Dermatitis for baby (7): Not Commercially Available Yet
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- Vivekananda, M. R., K. L. Vandana, and K. G. Bhat. "Effect of the probiotic Lactobacilli reuteri (Prodentis) in the management of periodontal disease: a preliminary randomized clinical trial." Journal of Oral Microbiology 2 (2010).
- Dinleyici, Ener Cagri, and Yvan Vandenplas. "Lactobacillus reuteri DSM 17938 effectively reduces the duration of acute diarrhoea in hospitalised children." Acta Paediatrica 103.7 (2014): e300-e305.
- Coccorullo, Paola, et al. "Lactobacillus reuteri (DSM 17938) in infants with functional chronic constipation: a double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled study." The Journal of pediatrics 157.4 (2010): 598-602.
- Indrio, Flavia, et al. "Prophylactic use of a probiotic in the prevention of colic, regurgitation, and functional constipation: a randomized clinical trial."JAMA pediatrics 168.3 (2014): 228-233.
- Jones, M. L., C. J. Martoni, and S. Prakash. "Cholesterol lowering and inhibition of sterol absorption by Lactobacillus reuteri NCIMB 30242: a randomized controlled trial." European journal of clinical nutrition 66.11 (2012): 1234-1241.
- Rosenfeldt, Vibeke, et al. "Effect of probiotic Lactobacillus strains in children with atopic dermatitis." Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology 111.2 (2003): 389-395.