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GUT CARE capsules 90 pcs Probiotics vs. Prebiotics

GUT CARE capsules 90 pcs Probiotics vs. Prebiotics

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GUT CARE capsules, Probiotics vs. Prebiotics

  • 18 bacterial cultures to optimize intestinal health
  • 15 billion microencapsulated CFU in an enteric capsule
  • Vegan, gluten and lactose free
  • Without artificial additives
  • Made in Germany

Steel your immune system
GUT CARE supports your intestinal flora with probiotic bacterial cultures and ensures the perfect balance of your microbiome, which is also known as "the second brain". It creates the basis for mental balance and an extremely strong immune system.

The combination of 18 probiotic bacterial cultures and prebiotics ensures that the beneficial bacteria are well utilized, can settle in the intestine and expel harmful bacteria.

GUT CARE capsules, Probiotics vs. Prebiotics DOSAGE:

3 capsules daily with sufficient liquid.

GUT CARE capsules, Probiotics vs. Prebiotics Ingredients:
Oligofructose, inulin (from chicory), mixture of living bacterial cultures (carrier: rice extract, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus plantarum, Bifidobacterium longum, Lactobacillus reuteri, Bifidobacterium lactis, Enterococei, Lactobacei, Lactobacidus, Lactobacei, Lactobacidus, Lactobacidus, Lactobacillus, Lactobacidus casobei, Lactobacus Streptococcus thermophilus, Lactobacillus crispatus, Lactobacillus Gasseri, Lactobacillus helveticus, Bifidobacterium infantis, Lactobacillus rhamnosus, Bifidobacterium breve), Pflanzl. Capsule shell: hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose, zinc gluconate.

GUT CARE capsules, Probiotics vs. Prebiotics Notes:
The recommended daily intake should not be exceeded. Keep out of reach of children.

GUT CARE capsules, Probiotics vs. Prebiotics Frequently asked questions
Why is a healthy bowel so important?
Did you know that our intestines are also called our second brain? After our brain, there is no other place where there are as many nerve cells as in our intestinal tract. This also explains why we often talk about our “gut feeling”. We know how our intestines are controlled by our thoughts when we are exposed to severe stress. Because all nerve cells use the same neurotransmitters such as serotonin, dopamine or gamma-aminobutyric acid. So what happens in our brain has a direct impact on our gut and vice versa.

Probiotics vs. Prebiotics
Probiotics contain live bacteria that are supposed to settle in the intestines. Prebiotics are mostly indigestible fiber that stimulates certain beneficial types of bacteria to grow. Taking an antibiotic can upset the intestinal flora. Many therefore swear by taking a probiotic and / or prebiotic to rebuild the intestinal flora destroyed by the antibiotic.

How does the gut affect the brain?
Everyone knows how important a healthy and balanced diet is for our health. What many do not think about, however, is the interface between healthy nutrients and their utilization in the body. Who or what ensures that the nutrients from the food get into our cells, where they belong? The main part of this job is done by the intestine. It has by far the greatest influence on the absorption of nutrients in our body. The intestine thus contributes to our health and influences, for example, our immune system and our brain.

Good vs. bad gut bacteria
There are a number of different bacteria in our intestines. The intestinal bacteria break down the food for us and thus produce important metabolic products. The body can then continue to use this. In addition, these bacteria break down toxins, make pathogens harmless and care for the intestinal mucosa. However, the gut has a balance of good and bad bacteria. If this balance is disturbed, for example by an unbalanced diet or stress, far-reaching consequences can be associated with the intestines. The gut microbiota has been shown to be associated with metabolic disorders such as obesity, diabetes mellitus and neuropsychiatric disorders such as schizophrenia, autism, anxiety disorders and depressive disorders.

GUT CARE capsules, Probiotics vs. Prebiotics Dietary supplements are no substitute for a balanced and varied diet and a healthy lifestyle.

GUT CARE capsules, Probiotics vs. Prebiotics Food supplements. The recommended daily intake must not be exceeded.

Dietary supplements are no substitute for a balanced, varied diet and a healthy lifestyle.

Keep away from children!


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