Composition and indication
Probiotical D contains three families of bacteria : Lactobacillus, Bifidobacterium and Streptococcus thermophilus. The concentration of bacteria in Probiotical D is 18 billion per capsule.
Because of its multi-strain bacteria composition, its ideal bacterial concentration and the intrinsic properties of each component, Probiotical D has a very wide range of applications for adults, children and newborns.
Lactobacillus rhamnosus (PHA-113) 9,35 mg ; Streptococcus thermophilus (PHA-311) 7,5 mg ; Bifidobacterium infantis (PHA-211) 4 mg ; Bifidobacterium lactis (PHA-222) 2 mg ; Lactobacillus acidophilus (PHA-121) 1,6 mg. Bacterial account : 18 billions of living bacteria/capsule at the production time point.
Vitamin D3: 100 International Units /capsule (=2,5 µg/capsule).
FructoOligoSaccharide 20 mg
Capsule : gelatin, E171, E122, E131
Antioxidant : ascorbic acid
Stabilizer : magnesium stearate
Bulking agents : maltodextrin
Does not contain lactose or gluten.
Working method and specifications of the product
Probiotical D contains five strains from three families of bacteria that are naturally present in the organism. In addition, Probiotical D contains FructoOligoSaccharide, a carbohydrate that is not absorbed by the host organism, which helps selectively the growth of bacteria.
A proven efficacy
Clinical trial (2011) provided evidences for the high efficacy and tolerability of Probiotical.
1 capsule per day
If necessary, double or triple the dose or upon your physician/pharmacist advice.
For people having difficulties in swallowing the capsule, the capsule contents may be mixed either in water or in a small portion of food.
Precautions of use
Avoid taking Probiotical D with hot drinks or meals.
Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Should not be used as a substitute for a varied, well-balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle. Food supplement to be kept out of reach of children.
Probiotical D exists in boxes of 10, 20, 60 and 90 capsules.
Ask your physician or pharmacist for advices