Probiotics normalize processes in gastrointestinal tract and inhibit pathogenic flora.
Prebiotic enhances the action of probiotics.
There is a distinct synergy between probiotics and B-vitamins. Probiotics enhance the synthesis of B-vitamins and help to inhibit the growth of harmful microorganisms.
Synbiotics (a combination of probiotics and prebiotics), as well as B-vitamins have a positive effect on the body:
- work for efficient digestion
- support the good intestinal flora
- recover the organism after illnesses
- helps overcome fatigue and lack of energy due to illnesses
Probien is a synbiotic.
Synbiotic is a product in which probiotics and prebiotics are in perfect combination.
The site of proliferation and action of probiotic bacteria is in the small intestine, and prebiotics act only in the colon. The idea of creating a combined product is to provide a small intestine agent and an agent acting in the colon. Probiotics and prebiotics act synergistically, and hence the name synbiotics.
The synergistic effect provides a significantly better effect than products containing only probiotic bacteria.
PROBIEN MATRIX PROTECTION
Against gastric acid and bile salt in the digestive tract. It protects the bacteria throughout
ingestion, so they reach the intestine alive and in good condition to colonize and proliferate.
Against moisture, heat, production and transportation stresses. This coating layer increases stability during manufacture and shelf life of product.
Probiotics are microorganisms that are vital to the microbial balance of the gastrointestinal tract.
Probiotics have been an integral part of human life since the dawn of civilization - data on the use of fermented milk in ancient manuscripts, clay paintings and sacred books have been found.
The word "probiotic" is of Greek origin and means "for life".
According to the World Health Organization (WHO) definition: "Probiotics are live microorganisms that are taken in the doses that act beneficial to the consumer, improving the internal microbial balance of the gastrointestinal tract."
The main agents used as probiotics are family species: Lactobacillus and Bifidobacterium.
Probiotics are of vital importance to the health of the body:
- suppress the development of pathogenic microorganisms
- promote digestion and absorption of nutrients
- affect constipation
- help with impaired liver function
- stimulate the immune system
- stimulate the production of B and K vitamins
- stimulate production during and after antibiotic treatment of Group B and K vitamins
- alleviate cases of allergies
Probiotics are substances that provide favorable conditions for the development of probiotics and improve their effectiveness.
The perfect prebiotic is inulin. Inulin is 100% soluble plant fiber, found only in plants and for thousands of years now part of our diet. They provide favorable conditions for the development of probiotics and improve their effectiveness.
Inulin ferments in the colon through bacterial microflora of the organism and helps the growth of healthy microorganisms. By its help, the amount of beneficial lactobacilli and bifidobacteria increases at the expense of pathogenic bacteria. This effect is known as prebiotic inulin effect.
Prebiotics are foods not for us, but for our "good" bacteria - Bifidobacteria, Lactobacillus and others.
Prebiotic is necessary for the proper functioning of the body:
- increases the healthy microflora
- improves the performance of the gastrointestinal tract
- enhances immune protection
- improves the general condition of the body
- enhances the beneficial effects of probiotics
Gastrointestinal diseases are common in recent years as the reasons for this are:
- quality of food: low-quality, unhealthy, non-differentiated and industrially-processed
- way of eating: fast, irregular
- stress and mental tension
- drug intake: especially antibiotics that are extremely harmful to the gastrointestinal flora
- untimely treatment or self-treatment of certain diseases
Ignoring gastrointestinal diseases can lead to discomfort in the social life of a person and to difficult-to-treat complications of certain diseases.
The most common cases of impaired gut flora balance are:
- abdominal bloating, colitis, diarrhea caused by the development of pathogenic bacteria
- constipation, sometimes chronic
- bad digestion, leading to an inability to maintain a healthy weight
- weak immunity: often illness and difficult recovery
- weak resistance to allergies