The role of the gut is not limited to the digestion of food and absorption of nutrients, it is the central element of our immune system. It hosts the microbiome, an ecosystem composed of millions of microbes and bacteria, often called the “forgotten organ”.
How do we maintain a healthy microbiome to support our gut?
Many lifestyle factors influence the health of the gut. The food we eat, the toxins we are exposed to, our level of stress and the medication we consume, such as NSAID or antibiotics, greatly impact the diversity of the microbiome.
It is highly recommended to implement sustainable changes in our lifestyle, reducing stress and eating bacteria-rich fermented food and fibers that feed our microbes. But because it may not be enough, supplementing with a good source of probiotics is an excellent choice if you want fast results and positively impact diversity.
What probiotics to choose?
One of the most widespread and most studied, it plays an important role in digestive health, helps maintain a good metabolism and a healthy immune system.
Helps with the irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), helps to relieve bloating, intestinal disorders and pain.
Proven efficacy in the prevention of diarrhea caused by antibiotics, helps alleviate the gut problems caused by anxiety, known to have the ability to metabolize lactose in the small intestine and thus facilitate its digestion and helps to treat or prevent vaginal infection.
Lactobacillus rhamnosus protects against acute diarrhea caused by viral gastroenteritis, reduces the permeability of the intestine, helps prevent complications from taking antibiotic treatment and has a powerful action on vaginal infections.
We’ve selected a range of supplements:
Probiotics are sensitive to stomach acidity, thus choosing an encapsulated supplement form to pass the gastric barrier is essential for the survival of these living organisms, guardians of our health.