About Probiotics

Probiotic gives you a concentrated supplement of several Lactic acid bacteria from well-known strains.

probiotics are living bacteria that are essential for the human body, especially the digestive system. We usually think of these as germs that cause diseases, however, the human body is full of bacteria, both good and bad. They represent around 1.3-1.4 kgs of the human body which is the equivalent of many body organs in weight and function.

Probiotics refer to the “good” or “helpful” bacteria because they help keep your gut healthy. There are many species of these probiotics, and each has a defined, specific job.

Probiotics can be found in supplements & some foods, like yogurt. Doctors often suggest supplements & foods with probiotics to help with digestive problems if they are minor. However, pharmaceutical probiotics can be used for a lot of specific medical purposes, such as gastroenteritis, post-antibiotic treatment, treating & preventing antibiotic-associated diarrhea, as well as many other conditions. This is a major benefit over the probiotics found in food supplements like yogurt.

A HEALTHY GUT IS A GUT THAT YOU DON’T FEEL

Proflora probiotic gives you this feeling by providing the right mix with the right counts of the best bacterial strains.

Restore Your Healthy Gut

Proflora contains Lactic acid bacteria (good bacteria) that are beneficial microorganisms which are already part of the intestinal system.

What Do They Do?

a. The good bacteria restores the protection of the gut by killing harmful bacteria through production of lactic acid.
b. Probiotics help in absorption and fermentation of food in the gut.

What Happens If There Weren’t Enough Good Bacteria?

Microorganisms live in a harmonious balance. Disruption of the balance can lead to digestive discomfort.

Important Daily Supply

a. It will provide your gut with the sufficient good bacteria mix that would restore your digestive comfort.
b. It’s a must when you are taking a antibiotic course/ consult your doctor.

RESTORES GUT COMFORT FOR ALL FAMILY MEMBERS

Proflora probiotic range consists of 7 products that will provide full probiotic support for all the family and for all needs
so it will provide the essential supply specifically to each age range.

What makes Proflora Different

Proflora probiotic gives you the alternate formula that consists of the right count and mix of strains plus prebiotic (bacterial food ) to ensure the best bacterial activity and hence the best results through the below mentioned 3 factors.

Cryo Technology

Proflora probiotic range of probiotics is produced with a patent protected technology which minimizes cell damage and optimizes the cell membrane integrity for handling, storage and ingestion ensuring 80-90 % survival of the bacteria through stomach & duodenum acids.

The mixture of the strains

Proflora range provides the ultimate mix of strains (multistrain formula). A single strain product cannot colonize all the various niches in the gastrointestinal tract.

The integrity of the product

Proflora probiotics range is manufactured in Denmark, in the Danish hospital university R & D sector, which is the leader in the probiotic field worldwide. Known for the highest levels of quality standards, they are ISO 9001 certified, and an FDA approved facility.

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A full probiotic range for all the needs of the whole family. The Proflora range consists of 7 products,
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