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most com­mon type of pre­bi­otics is the sol­u­ble fi­bre inulin.

The in­take of pre­bi­otics re­duces the preva­lence of in­fec­tious and an­tibi­otic-as­so­ci­ated di­ar­rhoea, re­duces in­flam­ma­tory bowel disease symp­toms, and en­hances the bioavail­abil­ity of min­er­als.

When com­bined, pre­bi­otics and pro­bi­otics cre­ate a syn­bi­otic ef­fect with di­ges­tive health ben­e­fits.

They are fer­mented through­out the colon, se­lec­tively stim­u­lat­ing the growth of friendly bac­te­ria, en­hanc­ing im­mune response, in­creas­ing nu­tri­ent ab­sorp­tion and pro­mot­ing the gen­er­a­tion of short-chain fatty acids.

Ac­cord­ing to a study pub­lished in the Ira­nian Jour­nal of Pe­di­atrics in 2010, mix­tures of dif­fer­ent strains of pro­bi­otics and pre­bi­otic are more ef­fec­tive than pro­bi­otics alone, re­sult­ing in more fre­quent bowel move­ments as well as re­duc­ing fae­cal in­con­ti­nence and ab­dom­i­nal pain.

The triple-pro­tec­tion ac­tion by the com­bi­na­tion of Lac­to­bacil­lus, Bi­fi­dobac­terium and inulin leads to bet­ter nu­tri­ent ab­sorp­tion, bone health and im­mune func­tion.

This syn­bi­otic for­mula is suit­able for all chil­dren, es­pe­cially those with gas­troin­testi­nal prob­lems, poor ap­petite and di­ges­tion, poor im­mune sys­tem and di­etary fi­bre de­fi­ciency.

This ar­ti­cle is brought to you by BiO-LiFE Mar­ket­ing Sdn Bhd.

For more in­for­ma­tion, call 03-7882 6412 (Mon­day to Fri­day, 8am to 5pm) or e-mail health@bi­o­life.com.my.

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