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Microbiota Inflamadig, la ayuda contra las digestiones sensibles

Microbiota Inflamadig, una de nuestras Novedades enero 2021, ayuda a mantener un equilibrio del sistema digestivo en personas con digestiones sensibles gracias a los componentes de su formulación.

La prevalencia de las enfermedades metabólicas, cardiovasculares y autoinmunes está aumentando en los países desarrollados. Este incremento está asociado, en gran parte, al cambio de la «dieta occidental», ya que esta influye de forma importante en el ecosistema intestinal.

Microbiota Inflamadig está formulado a base de bioflavonoides cítricos, regaliz desglicirrizado, melena de león y probióticos, componentes que, a través de su acción sinérgica, pueden modular la respuesta inflamatoria intestinal.

Está disponible en formato de 60 cápsulas de 800 mg.

¿Cómo actúan los componentes de microbiota inflamadig?


  • Efecto antiiflamatorio
  • Aumento del butirato
  • Disminución del Clostridium cluster XVIa.
 
  • Efecto antiinflamatorio
  • Acción antioxidante
  • Aporta los beneficios del regaliz sin los efectos adversos
 
  • Función inmunomoduladora.
  • Efecto prebiótico.
  • Apoyo para la enfermedad intestinal inflamatoria.
 
 
  • Apoyo para la barrera intestinal.
  • Apoyo para la inflamación de grado bajo.

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