L.Acidophilus - normalizes intestine microflora

L.Acidophilus - Research Brief

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Indication: intestinal and vaginal microflora imbalance, unbalanced diet, flatulence, impaired immunity, hypovitaminosis, lactose intolerance, bad breath, after taking medication (especially antibiotics).

Actions: normalizes intestine microflora, suppresses pathogenic bacteria, improves digestion and food assimilation, helps decrease allergic reactions, supports immune function, prevents constipation and diarrhea, helps control bad breath.

Ingredients (per one capsule):

Lactobacillus acidophilus – 2.5 billion CFU.


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L.Acidophilus - Research Brief:

Metchnikoff, a Nobel Prize winner, was the first researcher to link probiotics with a longer lifespan. In 1908 Metchnikoff proposed that Lactobacillus acidophilus played an important role in the prolongation of human life through its role in improving the intestinal environment. His work at the Pasteur Institute in the early 1900s linked the soured milk yogurt eaten by Bulgarian peasants with their ability to live decades longer than the "expected" lifespan at the time.

L.Аcidophilus contains Lactobacillus acidophilus (2.5 billion CFU) obtained by lyophilization.

Lyophilization or freeze drying is a process in which water is removed from a product after it is frozen and placed under a vacuum, allowing the ice to change directly from solid to vapor without passing through a liquid phase. The word lyophilized is derived from the Greek "made solvent-loving".
The process consists of three separate, unique, and interdependent processes; freezing, primary drying (sublimation), and secondary drying (desorption).
Lyophilization is a way of drying something that minimizes damage to its internal structure. Because lyophilization is a relatively complex and expensive form of drying, it is limited to those materials which are sensitive to heat and have delicate structures and substantial value.
The advantages of lyophilization include:
• Enhanced stability of a dry powder;
• Removal of water without excessive heating of the product;
• Rapid and easy dissolution of reconstituted product.

Due to the special manufacturing technology L.Аcidophilus remains effective during the whole period of shelf life.