Transit + Vita combines, according to the latest scientific data, probiotics and psyllium for optimal intestinal comfort.
Choosing a probiotic should be taken very seriously. At the current pace of life, constant stress and an unbalanced diet, special attention must be paid to maintaining an optimal intestinal microflora. Probiotics are officially prescribed for preventive purposes mainly of diseases of the gastrointestinal tract and for the maintenance of general health. However, more and more very serious studies attribute them to therapeutic effects against a wide range of diseases. Locally, taking probiotics helps fight dysbiosis and regulate intestinal transit and therefore improve gastrointestinal health by reducing inflammation, oxidative stress, intoxication and improving blood flow. status of certain vitamins produced by bacteria in the intestine. Functions of probiotics: - Probiotics help the digestion process, as well as normalize intestinal motility. - Probiotics partially feed on substances toxic to humans. In the absence of probiotics, these substances would cause inflammation of the intestinal walls and poisoning of the body. - Probiotics support homeostasis by synthesizing a number of essential vitamins: vitamin K, vitamin B1, vitamin B8 and vitamin B12. - Probiotics synthesize a number of hormone-like substances and neurotransmitters. - Probiotics play an important role in correcting blood cholesterol by breaking down bile acids. - Probiotics synthesize essential amino acids, the supply of which in the body is sufficient for several days. - Probiotics modify the intestinal environment, so that it becomes unfavorable to the organisms which cause episodes of colitis. - Probiotics normalize the intestinal microflora and help restore the normal metabolic cycle. - Probiotics synthesize short-chain fatty acids (butyrate, acetate, propionate) which have an anti-inflammatory effect and anti-carcinogenic. Over 90% of all the microbiota lives in the gut and colon. Very recent research has shown that dysbiosis greatly increases intestinal permeability and contributes to the degradation of the quality of digestion and to cause gastrointestinal disorders manifested by intestinal discomfort. Here is a list of some of the many digestive benefits of probiotics that may help improve digestive function and intestinal comfort: - Improve the function of intestinal barrier - Reduce flare-ups of chronic pouchitis - Inhibit antibiotic-related diarrhea - Reduce flatulence and gas - Reduce abdominal pain in irritable bowel syndrome - Help fight diverticulitis - Inhibit / reduce diarrhea - Relieve constipation These effects are accompanied by various other general metabolic effects depending on the types of probiotics and strains used. The components of Transit + Vita have been carefully selected and the dosages precisely determined. All strains of probiotics and prebiotics present in Transit ’+ Vita have benefits demonstrated by scientific literature on gastrointestinal disorders and on optimizing intestinal transit and comfort. Probiotic: Lactobacillus acidophilus KCTC 11 906BP - Prevents and reduces diarrhea - Lower cholesterol - Improves symptoms of irritable bowel - Helps in weight loss - Helps fight infections (vaginal, respiratory) - Improves intestinal comfort - Improves the quality of stool Probiotic: Lactobacillus rhamnosus KCTC 12 202BP - Prevents and reduces diarrhea - Contributes to the treatment of acute gastroenteritis - Improves intestinal homeostasis - Improves intestinal comfort Probiotic: Bifidobacterium bifidum KCTC 12 199BP - Prevents and reduces constipation - Acts positively on certain types of diarrhea - Improves intestinal comfort - Complement to the treatment of H. pylori - Helps reduce symptoms of irritable bowel Probiotic: Bifidobacterium longum KCTC 12 200BP - Regulates intestinal transit according to its alteration (slows down transit in case of diarrhea and accelerates it in case of constipation) - Helps reduce symptoms of irritable bowel - Anti-infectious activity (reduction of fever and inflammation) - Improves intestinal comfort - Improves the quality of stool Probiotic: Bifidobacterium lactis KCTC 11 904BP - Improves general digestive comfort - Decreases intestinal permeability - Decrease lactose intolerance - Normalizes bowel movements - Reduces symptoms of irritable bowel - Reduces constipation - Treats acute diarrhea Probiotic: Streptococcus thermophilus KCTC 11 870BP - Reduces diarrhea associated with antibiotics - Reduces symptoms of ulcerative colitis - Improves intestinal comfort - Reduces symptoms of irritable bowel and leaky bowel - Improves lactose digestion - Reduces acute diarrhea Psyllium: - Reduces constipation - Treats acute diarrhea - Reduces blood sugar and cholesterol - Decreases appetite and helps in weight loss - Prebiotic effects - Improves intestinal comfort - Improves the quality of stool Discover Transit + Vita, a food supplement from the ESE laboratory, which combines, according to the latest scientific data, prebiotics, probiotics and psyllium husks! It is composed only of concentrated natural ingredients and is free from any unnecessary excipients that are harmful to health.
2 capsules at bedtime
Do not administer concomitantly with medication
• Corn • Gluten • Yeast • Sugar • Preservatives • Synthetic flavors, fragrances and colorings • Phytates
Precautions for use
Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Keep out of the reach of children. This food supplement does not replace a varied and balanced diet or a healthy lifestyle.
Store in a dark, dry place at a temperature between 15 and 25 ° C.
Composition for 1 capsule: Black psyllium 500 mg Microencapsulated lactic ferment strains: 2.5 billion whose : Lactobacillus acidophilus 416.6 million Lactobacillus rhamnosus 416.6 million Bifidobacterium bifidum 416.6 million Bifidobacterium longum 416.6 million Bifidobacterium lactis 416.6 million Streptococcus thermophilus 416.6 million
Black psyllium (Plantago afra), capsule: pullulan, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus rhamnosus, Bifidobacterium bifidum, Bifidobacterium longum, Bifidobacterium lactis, Streptococcus thermophilus