Probiotics are bacteria
that help maintain the natural balance of organisms (microflora) in the
intestines. The normal human digestive tract contains about 400 types of
probiotic bacteria that reduce the growth of harmful bacteria and promote a
healthy digestive system.
The World Health
Organization (WHO) 2001 definition of probiotics is “live
micro-organisms which, when administered in adequate amounts, confer a health
beneﬁt on the host”
An extensive research
into the potential health benefits of supplementing probiotics has included in
the molecular biology and genomics of Lactobacillus, Bifidobacterium, Enterococcus and Streptococcus in;
The GUT is our First
Line of DEFENCE System
Antibiotics kill “good” (beneficial) bacteria along with the bacteria that
cause illness. A decrease in beneficial bacteria may lead to a host of
digestive problems such as bloating, gas, and diarrhea. Due to the lack of
defence, it may also lead to other infections, such as vaginal yeast and
urinary tract infections. Taking high quality probiotics helps replace the lost
beneficial bacteria in our digestive tract.
Importance of Probiotics
Everyone is exposed to probiotics whether you know it or not from the very
first breath you take. On the way through the birth canal during a normal
delivery, a newborn gets dosed with bacteria from their mother. This event
starts colonization in the infant’s gastrointestinal (GI) tract of “good”
Compelling new research
now shows many caesarean-section infants have less-than-optimal health after
birth. This is most likely because they are not exposed to the mother’s healthy
bacteria in the birth canal which would then serve to populate its own GI
This is where probiotics
can have a profound effect not just on your GI health, but on your overall
health as well. Keep in mind, 80% of your immune system actually lives in your
Are all probiotics the
Not all probiotics are created equal and not all probiotic formulas are
properly produced to provide optimal benefits.
PROGUT’s friendly bacteria are carefully selected by our team of
researchers and are handled properly throughout the manufacturing process
before it is marketed. The entire process goes through a stringent quality
check and control with a 10 steps procedure before it is finally packed in a
method has made PROGUT more stable even in acidic environment
in our GIT (gastro intestinal tract). It can withstand the acidic level up to
pH 1.2, which not many products in the market can established.
PROGUT consists of 8 species of friendly bacteria
with 50Billion CFU/g (colony forming unit) Prebiotic, Vitamin C and Beta
Carotene. It colonizes the whole digestive tract starting when the product is
ingested orally. It travels from the stomach and into the small intestine,
where absorption of nutrients are, and lastly to the colon.
Prebiotics, what are
Prebiotics are non-digestible carbohydrates that act as food for probiotics.
The prebiotics that feed the “good” bacteria in your GI tract primarily come
from carbohydrate fibers called “inulin” which derived from the plant “Chicory”
from Belgium (which is organic) that you don’t digest easily. They remain in
your digestive system to help boost the growth of beneficial bacteria. When
probiotics and prebiotics are combined, they form a synergistic impact on the
Why Vitamin C?
Vitamin C is added to the formula because it is vital for strengthening the
immunity. Vitamin C in general has a wide range of health benefits.
Beta Carotene in PROGUT?
Beta-carotene is a precursor of vitamin A. Beta-carotene in itself is not an
essential nutrient, but vitamin A is. We need vitamin A for healthy skin and
mucus membranes, our immune system, and good eye health and vision.
Over the years PROGUT have
been used in therapy centres, colon cleansing program, gall detox program,
clinics and beauty salon.
Benefits of PROGUT
L. Reuteri from Sweden is what makes PROGUT unique over other
products; it is specially used in infant as soon as they are born. PROGUT has
an upper hand towards other probiotics in the market because of its unique
- Withstand stomach acid (pH1.2)
- Withstand intestinal bile
- Heat stable up to 50°C
- 24 months shelf life guaranteed
PROGUT is best use for:
Baby colic, indigestion, traveler’s diarrhea, antibiotic associate diarrhea,
pediatric diarrhea, allergies, irritable bowel syndrome, lactose intolerance,
constipation, fever, UTI (urinary tract infection), building up immune, skin
disease and food poisoning. PROGUT is safe and effective. It is used in all
age group including infant and pregnant mothers.
Specification: ASH II Probiotic Progut (50 Billions)
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