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Sensitive Probiotica - 60 capsules

Sale price€54,95

Smidge™ Sensitive Probiotic Capsules

Smidge™ Sensitive Probiotic Capsules are developed with exclusively neutral, low-histamine bacterial strains, specifically for individuals who struggle with certain bacterial strains. This probiotic contains 8 histamine-neutral or histamine-degrading bacterial strains, without any artificial additives such as colorings, flavors, or preservatives. The formula includes only cellulose and L-leucine to enable the capsule form. This unique, hypoallergenic composition is particularly suitable for individuals with sensitivities or allergies.

Benefits of Smidge Sensitive Probiotics

  • Carefully curated blend of 8 histamine-neutral and well-tolerated bacterial strains.
  • Contains 10 billion CFUs per dosage of two capsules.
  • Convenient capsule form for easy usage.
  • Suitable for vegetarians and sensitive users.
  • Free from common allergens, such as dairy, soy, GMO, casein, eggs, fish, shellfish, gluten, nuts, peanuts, and yeast.

The Uniqueness of Smidge™ Sensitive Probiotic Capsules:

Smidge™ Sensitive Probiotic Capsules provide a concentrated and pure probiotic experience in capsule form, with a special blend of well-tolerated bacteria. The vegetarian capsules contain neutral bacterial strains such as Lactobacillus gasseri, Lactobacillus salivarius, Lactobacillus plantarum, Bifidobacterium bifidum, Bifidobacterium breve, Bifidobacterium infantis, Bifidobacterium longum, and Bifidobacterium lactis. This careful composition makes the probiotic perfect for individuals following diets such as Paleo, GAPS, Body Ecology, SIBO, and ketogenic, or those avoiding gluten, dairy, casein, or soy. The formula avoids bacterial strains known to contribute to D-lactate acidosis. Additionally, the formula is GMO-free and free from traces of peanuts and nuts, milk, yeast, corn, gluten, eggs, soy, shellfish, and fish.

About Gut Flora:

Gut flora encompasses all microorganisms in the intestines, approximately 100 trillion in total! The body acts as a host for these microbes, with the balance between resident and passing gut flora microbes crucial for homeostasis. This symbiotic collaboration plays a key role in digestion, nutrient absorption, and essential substance production, such as vitamins and neurotransmitters.

Bacteria and Enzymes in Action:

The gastrointestinal tract hosts billions of microorganisms working with enzymes to promote efficient digestion. In a normal gut flora, these types are in balance, an equilibrium unique to each individual. Enzymes, the "workhorses" of our body, accelerate processes, including digestive enzymes acting as catalysts. These 'chemical factories' are invaluable to our body.

    History of Probiotics

    The history of probiotics is infused with discoveries and evolutions dating back to ancient times. The term "probiotics" is derived from the Greek word "pro bios," meaning "for life." For centuries, humanity has intuitively used fermented foods, such as fermented milk and vegetables, to promote digestion. The pioneering role of Russian scientist Élie Metchnikoff in the early 20th century was crucial for the modern development of probiotics. Metchnikoff, who received the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1908, studied the positive effects of fermented milk products on intestinal health. Since then, continuous research and innovation have led to a deeper understanding of probiotics and their role in supporting a balanced gut flora and overall health.

    Sensitive Probiotica - 60 capsules
    Sensitive Probiotica - 60 capsules Sale price€54,95