Digestive disorders, diarrhea
What are Probiotics
Probiotics are living microorganisms (bacteria or yeasts) that colonize the intestinal flora. There are thousands of strains, each of which has a different effect. Among the microorganisms used, lactic acid bacteria are the most common. They are natural hosts of the human intestinal microbiota.
The composition is as follows: Lactococcus lactis (50%), Lactobacillus casei (24%), Lactobacillus acidophilus (13%), Bifidobacterium bifidum (13%).
They form a stable ecosystem essential for maintaining good health.
Benefits of Probiotics
- Probiotics contribute to digestive comfort by promoting the balance of the intestinal flora.
- The mechanisms of action of probiotics are based on a symbiotic effect by allowing the intestinal microbiota to maintain a predominantly non-pathogenic feature. They modulate the activity of the intestinal immune system, strengthening general immunity when it is weak.
- In contrast, they would reduce the over-activation of the immune system, in case of allergies or inflammatory diseases of the intestine, thus improving the barrier function of the intestinal mucosa.
- They have a direct anti-pathogenic effect (by competition) by limiting the adhesion of pathogens to the intestinal walls.
- Recognized for their role in the proper functioning of the gastrointestinal system, lactic ferments allow to fully assimilate essential nutrients to our health.
Composition of the food supplement Probiotics
The natural food supplements of Probiotics are made from a mixture of 4 probiotic strains (2.85 billion sprouts per capsule) including :
Lactococcus lactis (50%), Lactobacillus casei (24%), Lactobacillus acidophilus (13%), Bifidobacterium bifidum (13%), Plant-based coating (hydroxypropylmethylcellulose).