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Greenleaves vitamins Deca-flora, 60 Capsules

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Probiotics to support the intestinal flora


In people's diet fermented foods have been around for centuries in large quantities - sauerkraut, yogurt and cheese. These fermented foods contain nutrients, and bacteria, which have a positive effect on our health. People from countries like Bulgaria are used to having at least a half a pint of yoghurt per day and are known for reaching old old age. Scientists research for decades the effect of the use of these good gut bacteria. At the beginning of the last century, Nobel laureate Eli Metchnikoff (1845-1916) laid the groundwork for this. Studies show a versatility in bacterial strains that have different or similar characteristics.

 

Deca Flora and bacteria


The latest trend is to offer highly dosed probiotic products with a wide range of bacterial strains. A mix of different strains is more in line with the real situation of the intestinal flora and will therefore support them better. Greenleaves has therefore decided to launch a food supplement with several strains on the market. Since this probiotic product contains as much as ten strains, each with about 10 billion CFU (colony forming units) per capsule, they called it Deca Flora. The special thing about Deca Flora is that in addition to the bacterial strains there are enzymes, including the patented DigeZyme. DigeZyme consists of the gluten- and genetic-free broad-acting enzymes amylase, lactase, cellulase, lipase and protease. These enzymes are known to support digestion. Deca Flora also contains bromelain, betaine HCL and papaya extract. We have chosen a capsule that is resistant to gastric juices, so that the bacteria reach the intestine to become effective there.

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