Lactobacterium with Lactulose - Macrobiotic of a new generation.
Brand : Japan Supplements
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General information about Lactobacterium with lactulose.
Package: 30 tablets for 1 month.
Dosage: 1 tablet per day after meal. Recommended course 2-3 months.
Active components: powder from lactic bacteria, lactulose, vitamin C, vitamins B1, B2.
Therapeutic effect: effective normalization of GIT functions. Launch of self-sustaining mechanisms of the digestive tract’s functions and support.
Contraindications and precautions: Store in a dry cool place, keep away from children. Do not expose to heat. If allergic symptoms occur, discontinue use.
Regarding the effectiveness of Lactobacillus with lactulose.
This medicine is designed for busy people, as well as for those people who find it difficult to remember the strict dosages and prescriptions for taking the number of tablets at certain times. It is enough to take just one pill a day at any time for optimal effect.
One dosage of this medicine with lactobacilli contains biomass corresponding to 5,000,000,000 bacteria that will support your body every day if taken regularly. Lactulose is an innovative component that has recently become part of probiotics’ family. This is a specialized food for beneficial bacteria, which contributes to the growth and stabilization of beneficial and necessary bacterium cultures. I.e. only those microorganisms that effectively protect and help the functioning of your organism. The following reasons reduce the amount of lactobacterium in our body:
- Stress and nervous tension.
- Age changes.
- Unhealthy lifestyle, smoking and alcohol.
- Poor ecology and pollution.
All these effect harm our body and immunity. Due to these factors, the amount of lactobacilli in body is significantly reducing every year. This preparation includes extracts from the strain of EC12 bacteria, one of the most effective and important cultures for stabilizing and self-sustaining work of the stomach and GIT. You may be also interested to check the following articles from our medical blog: