8 Microbiotic strains
Bacillus coagulans - LMG 6326
Lactobacillus acidophilus - LMG 8151
Lactobacillus helveticus - LMG 26307
Lactobacillus reuteri - LMG 9213
Lactobacillus rhamnosus - LMG 25626
Bifidobacterium animalis lactis - LMG 25627
Bifidobacterium infantis - LMG 25627
Saccharomyces boulardii - LMG 6326
Chicory inulin : 27,8mg
Helps create an ideal environment for the development of selective and beneficial intestinal bacteria.
Zinc bisglycinate: 30% of recommended daily intake
Vitamin D3: 100% of recommended daily intake
Zinc bisglycinate is a trace element that is naturally present in small quantities in the body. It plays an important role in the development of cartilage and bones, the stimulation of the immune system, the metabolization of carbohydrates, fats and proteins, the healing of wounds, the maintenance of a healthy appetite and the structure of proteins and cell membranes. The body cannot manufacture this trace element, so it must be supplied by the diet. In most physiological situations, a healthy and varied diet can compensate for daily zinc requirements. However, certain situations can lead to deficiencies and it may therefore be useful to supplement the body with zinc.
Vitamin D3 plays an essential role in the growth and health of children. It is a vitamin synthesized by the body under the effect of the sun but it can also be brought by the food. It is found in particular in meat and cheese. It contributes, among other things, to the proper functioning of the immune system. In fact, it promotes a healthy intestinal wall by increasing the mechanism of elimination of pathogens that could alter the intestinal mucosa. In addition, it contributes to the development of stronger bones by promoting the absorption of calcium present in our diet. Together, calcium and vitamin D build bones and keep them strong.