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Sensitive Probiotica Powder - 20 grams

Sale price€114,95

Smidge™ Sensitive Probiotics Powder: An Overview

The potent, concentrated, and pure Smidge™ Sensitive Probiotics Powder features a carefully crafted blend of neutral bacterial strains, including Lactobacillus gasseri, Lactobacillus salivarius, Lactobacillus plantarum, Bifidobacterium bifidum, Bifidobacterium breve, Bifidobacterium infantis, Bifidobacterium longum, and Bifidobacterium lactis. Together, they ensure that each dosage contains 3 million CFUs. The included convenient measuring spoon allows you to precisely measure and adjust the quantity that suits you and your family. Furthermore, the supplement contains no aromas, fillers, additives, or preservatives, and the blend only includes histamine-neutral or histamine-reducing bacterial strains. The probiotics are suitable for individuals with sensitivities and allergies and align with dietary styles and plans such as Paleo, ketogenic, GAPS, SIBO, Body Ecology, and soy-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, or casein-free diets.

About the Gut Microbiota

Our gut microbiota is a highly complex ecosystem, nearly as unique as our fingerprint! In our gut microbiota, also known as the microbiome, essential substances like vitamins and neurotransmitters are produced. The microbiome also plays a key role in food digestion and the proper absorption of vitamins, minerals, and other nutrients. Therefore, the microbiome is an extremely important ecosystem in our body. To ensure all these processes run smoothly, the body collaborates with the microbes present in the intestines, including bacteria. These gut bacteria can be categorized as beneficial and unhelpful bacteria and temporary or permanently residing species. A healthy gut flora is characterized by balance.

How Do Bacteria and Enzymes Function?

In our gut microbiota, billions of microorganisms live, each with its own function in the broader context of our digestion. There is a collaboration between our body and the bacteria that inhabit our intestines. When these species are in balance, we refer to it as a healthy gut flora. Enzymes have the ability to accelerate specific processes in our body, sometimes up to a trillion times! They are 'chemical factories' rightfully called the workhorses of our body. Digestive enzymes act as a catalyst in our digestive system. You are not what you eat but what you absorb. Therefore, cherish these little helpers in your digestive system!


  • Carefully crafted blend of 8 well-tolerated bacterial strains
  • Contains 3 billion CFUs per dosage and comes with a convenient measuring spoon
  • Smidge™ Sensitive Probiotics Powder only includes histamine-neutral or histamine-reducing bacterial strains and nothing else
  • Smidge™ Sensitive Probiotics Powder is allergen-free and contains no added substances, making it suitable for sensitive users and compatible with diets such as Paleo, GAPS, gluten-free, soy-free, casein-free, ketogenic, and Body Ecology

Unraveling Our Gut Microbiota

Knowledge about our gut microbiota is continually evolving. We actually know very little about this complex system, and our current knowledge is just the tip of the iceberg. Almost all experts agree that further exploration of our gut microbiota is worthwhile. Did you know that bacteria communicate in a unique way? Throughout the body, including the intestines, bacteria are constantly in conversation with each other through a mechanism called 'Quorum Sensing,' and they coordinate their behavior through substances they secrete, namely signaling molecules. They can, among other things, sense whether there are many of their kind nearby or not, and they collaborate in ingenious ways. Due to their unique communication system, bacteria can sense whether they are alone or with others, enabling them to collaborate in ways we are only beginning to understand.

The History of Probiotics

Although the term 'probiotics' dates back to 1953, the principle is much older. The first traces of probiotic use date back to the Neolithic period, between 10,000 and 5,000 BCE. Herders in the Middle East stored milk in bags made of goat skins during that time. As the sun shone on it, the milk began to ferment due to a combination of lactic acid bacteria and yeasts. The origins of other fermented foods, such as kefir, beer, and wine, also go back to around 7,000 BCE. However, the significance of these sometimes accidental discoveries only became apparent much later, in the 19th century.

In this century, the French chemist and biologist Louis Pasteur developed his theory that the cause of many diseases was a tiny living being, which he called a 'microorganism.' This microbe theory is one of the most important discoveries in medical history, leading to many new insights in microbiology. However, real probiotic science in Europe only took off in the 1990s, and since then, probiotics have been the subject of numerous clinical studies.

Carefully Formulated

Smidge™ products are carefully formulated in small batches and contain no unnecessary additives, ensuring optimal quality and versatility. Developed based on the latest insights and containing specific neutral bacterial strains, the products are well-tolerated by almost everyone. Therefore, the products are ideal for individuals with sensitivities or allergies and are suitable for diets such as the GAPS diet and the Paleo diet.

About Smidge™

The three founders of Smidge™ - formerly Organic3 - understand that good nutrition is the key to good health. All three have dealt with health issues in the past and have made it their life's work to guide others toward good health through nutrition.

Smidge™ supplements specifically focus on digestion and the gut, and the formulations are carefully crafted without unnecessary additives. The name 'Smidge' means 'a small amount,' emphasizing that they always produce their products in small batches to ensure extra quality. This makes the products suitable for the most sensitive users and achieves the highest possible results.

In creating their unique product line, the work of Dr. Weston A. Price and Dr. Natasha Campbell-McBride is a significant source of inspiration. At Smidge™, they have been working for years on their mission to provide products with essential nutrients that can support the digestive system and help maximize the absorption of nutrient-rich food.

Sensitive Probiotica Powder - 20 grams
Sensitive Probiotica Powder - 20 grams Sale price€114,95