Dietary supplement of lyophilized bacterial and non-bacterial fermentation extracts useful to promoting the right balance of gut microbiota. Selenium plays a useful role in promoting the correct function of the immune system.
Candinorm is recommended for promoting the right balance of gut microbiota and can enhance women's health, during the transitional periods between seasons, in the event of incorrect diet and where hygiene levels are below habitual standards (e.g. travel and holidays).
Candinorm is formulated with culture strains of documented stability. This means you can use it at any time of the day, on either an empty or a full stomach.
The product's action is guaranteed by the stability of the raw materials, regardless of the time of day at which you take it.
Also suitable for vegetarians, vegans, celiacs, pregnant women, children and elderly people.
Saccharomyces boulardii CNCM I-3799, fillers: calcium phosphate; Lactobacillus acidophilus LA-14 (ATCC SD5212), anti-caking: rice powder concentrated; Selenium methionine, Biotin (vitamina H). Capsule vegetable (hypromellose).
Instructions for use
1 capsule from 1 to 4 times a day, until remission.
Associated with: Candinorm ova and Candinorm lavage
Children: open the capsule and pour the contents into water or non-hot liquid.
As the name suggests, saccharomyces boulardii belongs to the species saccharomyces cerevisae, i.e. the same species to which ordinary brewer's yeast belongs.
Unlike brewer's yeast, however, it does not trigger intestinal fermentation, and can be taken by people who suffer from intestinal disorders associated with the consumption of foods containing brewer's yeast.
The intestine is inhabited by a balanced combination of friendly and unfriendly flora (including candida) in a positive situation known as eubiosis.
This dynamic balance can be impaired (dysbiosis) as a result of stress, infection, food intolerance, poor dietary habits and pharmacological treatments, e.g. antibiotics; or in physiological situations such as pregnancy and menopause.
In these cases, potentially harmful species such as candida can increase in number and cause an imbalance (dysbiosis) in the gut, with adverse effects on correct intestinal function and consequent involvement of the neighbouring genital-urinary areas.
The bacterial strains used are filed with the Pasteur Institute collection in Paris, a non-profit foundation tasked with the study of biology, micro-organisms, disease and vaccinations.