Lactoflor Bio Plus 60 Capsules
Promotes the recovery of the intestinal microbial flora disturbed by intestinal infections and antibiotic treatment;
Prebiotics (inulin) improve digestive processes, intestinal microflora and nutrient absorption;
Suppresses harmful microorganisms in the intestines and reduces the risk of gastrointestinal disorders;
Strengthens the immune system.
Does not contain genetically modified ingredients and preservatives.
Composition: active substance of probiotic microorganisms 2h109 / capsule prebiotic (inulin) and adjuvant: release agent (magnesium salt of stearic acid).
Content *: 1 capsule 3 capsule
Probiotic blend: 200 mg 600 mg
Lactobacillus acidophius 800m. Cfu 2,400 million. Cfu
Lactobacillus bulgaricus 350 million. Cfu 1050 million. Cfu
Streptococcus thermophilus 800 million. Cfu 2,400 million. Cfu
Bifidoobacterium spp 50m. Cfu 150m. Cfu
Prebiotic (inulin) 200 mg 600 mg
* At the time of manufacture.
** Contains milk protein and lactose.
Dosage and administration:
Adults and children over 12 years of age: 1 capsule x 3 times daily;
In children aged 3 to 12 years of age: 1 capsule x 2-3 times a day;
Children under 3 years of age: 1 capsule x 1 time a day, pour the contents out in a little water or milk.
Take the capsule with some liquid. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Side effects have not been observed.
Keep in a dry place at a temperature between 0-25°C, inaccessible to small children.
After opening it is recommended to store the product in a refrigerator.
What are probiotics?
Probiotics are good bacteria that are either the same as or very similar to the bacteria that are already in your body. Your lower digestive tract alone teems with a complex and diverse community of these bacteria. In fact, there is a greater number of bacteria in your intestines than there are cells in your body.
But not all of the bacteria in your body are good for you. Some research suggests that having too many of the “bad” and not enough of the “good” bacteria — caused in part by an unhealthy diet — can wreak all sorts of havoc on your body’s systems. This imbalance can lead to weight gain, skin conditions, constipation or diarrhea, and various chronic health conditions.
What are the dietary sources of probiotics?
Probiotics can be found in:
Other dairy products that contain probiotics, such as Lactobacillus milk or kefir
Should I consider taking a probiotic dietary supplement?
A probiotic dietary supplement can aid your health in a variety of ways. Lactobacillus species, Bifidobacteria, Saccharomyces boulardii and Bacillus coagulans are the most common beneficial bacteria used in probiotic dietary supplement products. But each type — and each strain of each type — can work in different ways. Bottom line: Not all probiotics are the same, nor do they all have the same effect in the body.
How can a probiotic dietary supplement affect my health?
The right type and amount of a probiotic can help you in several ways:
Promotes a healthy immune system*
Supports a weight management program*
Prevents occasional diarrhea or constipation.