BALANCE OF INTESTINAL FLORA*
• Each capsule contains 2.2 billion live cells and 7 strains of probiotics.
• Lactic acid bacteria and Inulin are useful to promote the balance of intestinal flora.
Lactic Acid Bacteria*, Inulin and Vitamins B1, B2, B6.Read more
Inulin: A soluble fibre composed of different fructose chains, extracted primarily from chicory root. It reaches the intestine without being previously digested, where it helps balance bacterial flora.
Soy fibre: Soy is a legume like beans, chickpeas or lentils. Unlike these legumes, soy contains a higher quantity of protein, fibre and lipids. It contains short-chain sugars that are not easily absorbed and reach the intestine unaltered.
Vitamin B1: Known also as Thiamine, this is a water-soluble vitamin that cannot be accumulated in the body and must be consumed with food. It is found in cereals, legumes, eggs, pork and yeast.
Vitamin B2: Known also as Riboflavin, this is a water-soluble vitamin, which is found in milk and its derivatives – in particular cheese – and in eggs, liver and leafy green vegetables.
Vitamin B6: Involved in numerous metabolic reactions, it helps to reduce tiredness and fatigue and promote normal energy metabolism.
Probiotics: 7 strains of live lactic ferments are present. To be defined as ‘probiotics’, the lactic ferments must stay alive and vital throughout the entire digestive tract, surviving gastric acidity. They help balance intestinal flora
Recommended dose and method of use
For adults: take 2 capsules a day on a full stomach.
For children from 7 years of age: take 1-2 capsules a day on a full stomach.
Each capsule contains:
|Soya fibre||112,5 mg|
|Vitamin B1||1,1 mg||100,0% VNR|
|Vitamin B2||1,2 mg||85,7% VNR|
|Vitamin B6||1,5 mg||107,1% VNR|
|Lactic Acid Bacteria total live cells||2,2 billion|
|Lactobacillus casei LMG 6904||500 billion|
|Bifidobacterium longum ATCC 15707||300 billion|
|Bifidobacterium breve LMG 11613||300 billion|
|Lactobacillus plantarum LMG 9211||300 billion|
|Lactobacillus lactis LMG 8418||300 billion|
| Streptococcus thermophilus LMG 10476
|Bifidobacterium lactis LMG 10408||200 billion|