Bio-t

Probiotics, Phytosterols & multivitamins

Assists in the restoration and maintenance of intestinal microflora.

PHARMACOLOGICAL ACTION

The Bio-T probiotic is a live microbial dietary supplement that beneficially affects the host by improving its intestinal microbial balance and exerting health affects beyond basic nutrition.

Bio-T Probiotic + Multi Vitamin restores and maintains intestinal flora balance. By introducing live viable probiotic organisms into the intestinal tract, the primary and secondary flora populations are increased (composed of Bifidobacteria and lactobailli respectively). Transitory flora including pathogenic or bad bacteria, are not able to colonize the host, as the endogenous (beneficial) micro flora exert two main beneficial functions; 1) to protect the host against infection and 2) aid the digestion and nutrient absorption process. Lactobacilli predominantly colonize the small intestines, while Bifidobacteria only colonize the large intestine as they are strictly anaerobic.

Bio-T Probiotic + Multi Vitamin offers broad spectrum protection throughout the intestinal tract. The primary action of probiotics is balancing of the intestinal and vaginal micro flora. A variety of health benefits are associated with probiotics and healthy intestinal flora.

The Probiotic strains in Bio-T Probiotic + Multi Vitamin play an important role in preventing the development of diarrhoea, lactose intolerance, flatulence, bloating, antibiotic treatment, Candida overgrowth, food allergies, poor nutrient absorption and irritable bowel syndrome.

INDICATIONS:
Bio-T Probiotic + Multi Vitamin assists in the restoration and maintenance of the intestinal microflora and is therefore beneficial in instances where there is an imbalance of intestinal flora such as:
• The restoration of the intestinal microflora during and after antibiotic therapy.
• Diarrhoea associated with antibiotic use.
• Infectious diarrhoea, including traveller’s diarrhoea and diarrhoea associated with rotavirus and Clostridium difficile infection.
• Lactose intolerance.
• Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Inflammatory Bowel Disease.
• Constipation.
• Oral candidiasis (yeast infections).