Dietary supplement containing 10 billion lyophilized live bacteria per capsule for re-balancing the activity of the intestine.
Our formulations use different strains in terms of combinations and concentrations, for different situations and requirements.
The high concentration of lactic cultures (10 billion per capsule) promotes the right balance of gut microbiota.
The selected strains help enhance the body's defences when travelling to tropical destinations or countries where hygiene conditions are unreliable, and after antibiotic treatment, to re-colonise the intestine with friendly bacterial flora.
EnteroDophilus 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 over 10 years and elderly people.
Maltodextrin from mais, Lactobacillus rhamnosus HA-111(BCCM/LMG S-24805), Lactobacillus casei HA-108 (BCCM/LMG S-24115); anti-caking agents: magnesium salts of fatty acids ascorbic acid; Lactobacillus acidophilus HA-122 (BCCM/LMG S-24802), Bifidobacterium longum HA-135 (BCCM/LMG S-24801), Bifidobacterium breve HA-129 (BCCM/LMG S-24800); acidity regulator: ascorbic acid; vitamin B2, vitamin B1. Capsule vegetable (hypromellose).
Instructions for use
1-2 capsules a day, swallowed with water. You can also pour the contents of the capsule into cold or warm liquid.
Journey in tropical destinations: 1 capsules a day from 7 days before to 7 day after by journey
Do not exceed the recommended daily dose.
The intestine is inhabited by a balanced combination of friendly and unfriendly flora 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, such as antibiotics, oral contraceptives and laxatives.
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.