BENEFICIAL PROBIOTICS FOR THE INTESTINE
Food supplement aimed at all types of people who suffer alterations in their intestinal flora, whether due to stress, poor diet, food intolerance or the consumption of antibiotics and medicines.
It is the perfect ally when you are going to travel, in people who are intolerant to gluten and/or lactose and whenever you have intestinal discomfort or difficulty in digestion, gas, etc.
It helps maintain intestinal function for the entire population (children from the age of 2, adults and the elderly) and is especially indicated for celiacs with disorders related to gluten intake.
MODE OF ACTION
It restores the intestinal flora through the mechanism of action of its strains that takes place by physical displacement, thus achieving the growth of beneficial bacteria and the displacement of harmful ones, avoiding their colonization, and achieving a balance.
It contains Bifidobacteria and Lactobacilli naturally present in the intestine of healthy people. In addition, the calcium it contains contributes to the normal functioning of the digestive enzymes.
Its content in prebiotic Fiber favors a high stability of probiotic strains to achieve an optimal effect in the digestive tract.
Its bacteria carry out their action at an intestinal level and are eliminated by the feces.
The calcium it contains contributes to the normal functioning of the digestive enzymes.
- Contributes to the normal functioning of digestive enzymes (Calcium).
- Provides beneficial effects on the intestinal tract.
- It is highly effective in cases of intestinal inflammation.
- It is especially indicated for people with food intolerance.
INGREDIENTS: Calcium, Fibre (prebiotic), Mix of Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus rhamnosus, Bifidobacterium lactis and Bifidobacterium longum and Capsule.
DAILY DOSE: Take 1 capsule a day.
Conservation conditions: Store in a cool, dry place. The product is stable at room temperatura.
PRESENTATION: 30 vegetable capsules.
PRICE (VAT included): € 18.90
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