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Yogurt is an effective medicine that normalizes the balance of the intestinal flora, contains bacteria necessary for the body that take part in the synthesis of vitamins, inhibit the formation of toxins, promote the qualitative digestion of food, and stimulate the production of immunity.

Indications of the yoghurt

Yogurt is usually prescribed as a prophylactic and therapeutic drug throughout the period of taking antimicrobial and antifungal medicines to support immune processes against the background of specific treatment of cancer.

Indications for the use of yogurt can be enzymatic disorders of digestion and assimilation of food, chronic forms of colitis and enterocolitis.

The violation of the qualitative and quantitative ratio of the intestinal microflora, which is manifested by disorders of stool, increased gas formation, a feeling of heaviness in the abdomen, comes to normal within a short time after the use of preparations based on yogurt.

Yogurt is also prescribed as an adjuvant in the treatment of fungal diseases of the skin, candidiasis, thrush, allergic manifestations, and also to increase overall immunity.

Especially yogurt is recommended to people with irrational and irregular nutrition, with persistent intolerance to dairy products.

Release form

Yogurt is released in capsules with finely dispersed powdery contents of a dirty yellowish color, for 20, 30 or 50 pieces. In the package, also in the form of tablets 75 pcs. Packaged.

Each capsule contains 20 mg of active lactobacilli, as well as lactose, magnesium stearate, whey and vitamin C.


The main role in the pharmacodynamics of yogurt is played by the various types of lactobacilli contained in it, which must necessarily be present in the intestinal microflora of a healthy person. The necessary balance of useful and pathogenic bacteria in the body determines the correct processes of immunomodulation, disposal of toxic substances, prevents possible disorders in the digestive system, as well as failures in the synthesis of vitamins of group B, K1 and K2.

The protective activity of lactobacilli is aimed at controlling the growth of staphylococci, protozoa, as well as mycotic infection and Escherichia coli. They have the ability to influence the acid-base balance of the intestine, releasing lactic acid and lysozyme.

Useful bacteria prevent absorption in the intestine of toxic substances, potential allergens, etc.


Lactobacilli, contained in yogurt, in an unchanged form safely pass through the stomach, without being damaged by the acidic environment of gastric juice. Scientific studies have established the fact that the retention of useful microflora in a solution of hydrochloric acid for 3 hours did not affect the viability of bacteria. The addition of bile solution also did not affect their activity in any way. Therefore, we can confidently say that the lactobacillus needed by the body reaches the intestine in an absolutely functional state.

The ability of useful microflora to cultivate is maintained by the presence of streptococcal bacteria.

Use of the yoghurt during pregnancy

The use of yogurt during pregnancy is not only possible, but is strongly recommended by many specialists.

Supporting normal intestinal microflora helps maintain a healthy balance and in the vagina, thereby preventing the emergence of symptoms of thrush. It is also noticed that yogurt improves the state of health of pregnant women during the period of toxicosis, eliminates nausea, bloating, weakens constipation, reduces the likelihood of allergic reactions.

There is evidence that beneficial microorganisms of yogurt reduce the risk of atopic dermatitis and eczema in a newborn baby.

However, before you start taking the drug, it is more advisable to consult a specialist.


No contraindications to the use of all medicinal forms of yogurt were found.

Side effects of the yoghurt

While conducting research on the use of this drug side effects of yogurt on the body is not revealed.

Dosing and administration

The way the yoghurt is used and its dosage depends on the direction of taking the drug.

 In order to prevent food disorders and to stabilize the functioning of the gastrointestinal tract, one capsule is usually used every day during the main meal, or 2 to 5 tablets per meal.

 For therapeutic purposes, children under the age of 3 years are prescribed 0.5-1 capsules daily. For convenience of taking the capsule is opened, and the contents are mixed with the food or liquid taken. Children up to 12 years of age, the recommended dose is 1 capsule three times a day with meals.

Children over the age of 12 and adults can take 1-2 capsules with each meal, but at least 3 times a day.

Yogurt in the form of tablets is prescribed as follows:

  • for children up to 3 years of 2 tablets per day, chopped to a powdery state and mixed with a solid or liquid food;
  • children under 12 years of age, 2 tablets three times a day during meals;
  • Children over 12 years and adults usually take 4-5 tablets three times a day during meals.

The course of treatment with yogurt is 1-2 weeks.


The possibility of an overdose of yogurt is considered impossible.

Interactions with other drugs

Yogurt can be prescribed as an auxiliary medication along with various medications, including antifungal and antimicrobial agents.

A pathological or destructive combination of yogurt with any medicines or individual substances was not detected.

Storage conditions

Optimal conditions for storing yogurt capsules - in a cool, dry place, difficult to reach for children, at temperatures from +5 to +10 C.

Shelf life

The shelf life of the drug yogurt is 3 years, subject to the necessary storage conditions.

Last update: 01.06.2018
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