ENTEROLACTIS Liquid Fibre
ENTEROLACTIS Liquid Fibre is a dietary supplement based on live cultures, with the soluble fibre FOS (fructo-oligosaccharides).
ENTEROLACTIS Fibra Liquida s a supplement to colonise the intestinal lumen, and is useful for:
– Supplementing a diet low in fruit and vegetables
– Children who do not take the required daily amount of fibre
– Supporting intestinal balance through the presence of FOS and 1 billion L. casei DG®
– Favouring the rebalancing of the intestinal microbiota following pharmacological therapies
Contains no fewer than 1 billion live cultures per micro-shot.
Available in packs of 12 micro-shots
Instructions for use
One micro-shot a day, preferably on an empty stomach.
The product should be taken for at least 3 weeks, repeating the cycle when needed.
If antibiotic therapy is being co-administered, ENTEROLACTIS® Children’s micro-shots should be taken at least 3 hours before or after the antibiotic.
Use ENTEROLACTIS fibra liquida is a supplement that meets the requirements of the applicable regulations. It is well tolerated in adults of every age and in children.
The product does not need to be refrigerated.
ENTEROLACTIS Liquid Fibrecontains NO FEWER THAN 1 BILLION L. casei DG per vial, and is a probiotic culture suited to colonise the intestinal lumen and to restore the balance of the intestinal microbiota. It contains fructo-oligosaccharides (FOS), soluble fibres present in fruit and vegetables that pass intact through the stomach and small intestine to reach the colon. When the FOS reach the colon, they play a “prebiotic” role, as they are the preferred nourishment for the various bacterial populations residing in the intestinal tract.
Contains L. casei DG (Lacticaseibacillus paracaseiDG I1572, DSM 34154), a probiotic discovered and developed by Italian research.
ENTEROLACTIS Liquid Fibre is the first probiotic made with the exclusive and patented DRYCAP technology.
The capsule-cap ensures:
– Better protection from humidity and external agents
– Greater stability and efficacy over time