FLORA BALANCE DRY [Specialities]
FLORA BALANCE DRY is an acid-resistant pre and probiotic that ensures a balanced intestinal flora and proper functioning of the gastrointestinal tract.
FLORA BALANCE DRY
A balanced intestinal flora is essential for a normal intestinal function, a well functioning immune system and an optimal energy level. An optimal intestinal effect is a prerequisite for efficient nutrient nutrient absorption and the absorption of vitamins and minerals. In the case of less healthy eating habits, during periods of stress and when taking antibiotics, the balance in our intestinal flora can be disturbed (dysbiosis). This dysbiosis is often due to digestive problems, fatigue and a poorly functioning immune system. In these circumstances, it is necessary to restore the equilibrium in the intestinal flora. This can be done using FLORA BALANCE DRY.
FLORA BALANCE DRY contains the beneficial lactic acid strains Lactobacillus brevis, plantarum and rhamnosus. These beneficial lactic acid bacteria restore the equilibrium in the intestinal flora and maintain it. The lactic acid strains in FLORA BALANCE DRY are surrounded by an ingenious enteric coated capsule that only opens after passage of this capsule beyond the stomach. As a result, 100% of lactic acid strains survive through the stomach, as opposed to classical probiotics.
Instructions of use: 1 vegetable capsule per day before meal.
Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
Keep out of the reach of young children.
Nutritional supplements should not be used as a replacement for a varied, balanced diet and healthy lifestyle.
Children, pregnant women and breast-feeding women should consult your pharmacist.
Inform with concurrent ingestion of medicines.
No prolonged use without expert advice.
Range of usage
- In case of flatulence, bloating and clogging
- Restores the intestinal flora
- Illuminated with spastic colon and irritable bowel
- Optimizes the operation of our defense system
- Increases the energy level in fatigue
- Is useful during and after travel and dietary change
CompositionIngredients per 1 vegetable capsule
Inulin 250mg, Lactobacillus brevis 8.33 billion CFU *, Lactobacillus plantarum 8.33 billion CFU *, Lactobacillus rhamnosus 8.33 billion CFU *), Vegetable capsule (Hypromellose, Gellangom), Anticlothing agents (Magnesium silicate, Magnesium stearate, Silica dioxide)
* CFU: Colony Forming Units at the time of commencement of production.
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