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OMNi-BiOTiC PRO VI 5 30 saszetek

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Opis

Synbiotyk do walki z infekcjami wirusowymi:

  • W trakcie infekcji wirusowych górnych dróg oddechowych
  • W trakcie biegunek wywołanych rotawirusami
  • Wirusowe infekcje zapalene przewodu pokarmowego
  • Wspomagająco przy ciężkich bakteryjnych zapaleniach płuc

Działanie:

OMNi-BiOTiC® PRO Vi 5 – proszek to suplement diety pełniący funkcję probiotyku. Prace badawcze nad wpływem bakterii na infekcja wirusowe rozpoczął się dużo wcześniej niż temat stał się modny. Od 2014 roku zaczęto katalogować badania i wnioski o kluczowym wpływie mikrobiomu na odporność przeciwwirusową. OMNi-BiOTiC® PRO Vi 5 to połączenie kilku bardzo skutecznych szczepów bakterii w walce z wirusami górnych i dolnych dróg oddechowych, w tym najczęściej wywołującego hospitalizację u dzieci Syncytialnego wirusa oddechowegoSkuteczność także potwierdzona została przy rotawirusach wywołujących biegunki oraz objawy gastryczne przewodu pokarmowego u dzieci i dorosłych. Synergia zastosowanych szczepów stymuluje, wspiera bądź aktywuje aż 10 z 13 poznanych mechanizmów obronnych w walce z wirusami.

Wartości:

Opakowanie  90g: 30 saszetek x 2g

5  szczepów:

  1. Lactobacillus delbrueckii ssp. bulgaricus LB2 (LMG P-21905)
  2. Lactobacillus rhamnosus SP1 (DSM 21690)
  3. Lactobacillus reuteri DSM 12246
  4. Lactobacillus rhamnosus CRL1505(DSM 29673)
  5. Bifidobacterium animalis ssp. lactis DSM 15954

Zalecane spożycie:

Profilaktycznie, 1 x 1 saszetka : na czczo

  • W trakcie sezonu grypowego profilaktycznie
  • Przy zmianach na płucach po przebytych infekcjach dróg oddechowych

Wskazania infekcyjne, 2 x 1 saszetka rano na czczo i przed kolacją:

  • W trakcie infekcji wirusowych górnych dróg oddechowych
  • W trakcie biegunek wywołanych rotawirusami
  • Wirusowe zapalenie przewodu pokarmowego
  • Wspomagająco przy ciężkich bakteryjnych zapaleniach płuc

Zalecaną porcję rozpuścić w około 100 ml zimnej / letniej wody.  Pozostaw na min. 1 minut (czas potrzebny na obudzenie i aktywację bakterii).  Następnie delikatnie zamieszaj przed spożyciem. Spożywać na czczo, najlepiej przed śniadaniem lub przed kolacją.

Badania:

 

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