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>102 Billion Good Bacteria
> 80% Bifido Bacteria
> Formulated for maximum lower bowel support
‘Good’ bacteria can benefit digestive health at all stages life, from infant to advanced age, which means that microbiotics are good for everyone. However, the amount and blends that give the best results are different under different conditions and circumstances.
Super 8 Gold contains 80% bifido bacteria which are important for supporting the lower bowel. This synergistic blend has a higher proportion of bifido bacteria which targets the large intestine especially. Super 8 Gold is ideal for those with digestive issues and lower bowel issues.
With 102 billion ‘good’ bacteria in each daily capsule Super 8 Gold provides maximum digestive support to rebalance gut flora, helping you to feel and function better.
Take 1 - 3 capsules per day after eating to help build up good intestinal flora.
Udos Choice® Super 8 Gold must be refrigerated to ensure maximum potency & stability and may be frozen.
Please note this product will arrive unrefrigerated. With such a short timescale in transit its quality/strength will not be affected as the product has a long shelf life. Please refrigerate upon receipt and use as recommended. For this reason we cannot accept returns of Super 8 Gold.
Bifidobacterium breve (45%) colonises the large intestine and is a producer of lactic and acetic acids that inhibit the growth of undesirable bacteria. It enhances immune responses against various pathogenic antigens and has been shown to repress the growth of ulcer-inducing bacteria
Bifidobacterium longum (20%) colonizes the intestinal tract in very large quantities and plays a direct role in preventing invasion of pathogenic and putrefactive bacteria. B.longum breaks down bile salts, helps to synthesize B-complex vitamins and has been studied for its anti-carcinogenic activities. It also stimulates the immune system, through its effects on immunoglobulin A (lgA). B.longum produces lactic and acetic acids that lower the intestinal pH and inhibit the growth of undesirable bacteria. In clinical studies, B.longum has been found to improve lactose digestion and constipation.
Bifidobacterium bifidum (15%) is found primarily in the large intestine. As a producer of B vitamins, B.bifidum helps the body in the completion of its digestive process, specifically in the absorption of calcium, iron, magnesium and other vitamins and minerals. B.bifidum produces lactic and acetic acids, which lower the intestinal pH and inhibit unfriendly bacteria from growing. Recent studies have shown that B.bifidum can reduce the incidence of acute diarrhoea in infants and is beneficial in the treatment of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). With regular use, B.bifidum can improve immunological and inflammatory responses in seniors.
Lactobacillus casei (8%) is a bacteria commonly used for milk fermentation and is naturally occurring in the mouth and digestive tract. L.casei breaks down carbohydrates and inhibits the growth of pathogenic and putrefactive bacteria in the small intestine. L.casei has been studied for its antimicrobial effects and its role in cellular immunity. It has also shown to be helpful in treating diarrhoea caused by antibiotics and viruses.
Lactobacillus rhamnosus (4%) is one of the most important microbiotic strains for the health of the adult digestive tract from the mouth to the small intestine. It is primarily found in the small intestine and vaginal tract and is beneficial in inhibiting the bacteria involved in vaginal and urinary tract infections. L.rhamnosus has a high resistance to bile salts and stomach acid and therefore grows prolifically. It protects against the invasion of harmful microorganisms by stimulating gut lining cells to produce mucin, a mucous coating that also prevents toxins from reaching the blood. It provides excellent control over putrefactive microbes, and effectively inhibits disease-causing pathogens. One of the most intensively studied strains of Lactobacillus, it has been shown to stimulate immune responses.
Lactobacillus acidophilus (3%) is one of the most prominent micro-organisms found in the small intestine. L.acidophilus produces lactic acid which inhibits yeast growth, as well as natural antibiotics which enhance immune functions. L.acidophilus has been shown to inhibit the growth of pathogenic bacteria such as Salmonella, Shigella, S.faecalis and E.coli. Moreover, studies have shown that L.acidophilus is effective in reducing lactose intolerance, reinforcing the immune system, and reducing cholesterol levels.
Lactobacillus plantarum (3%) a strain from vegetal origin, is another major species found in the intestinal tract. It secretes the natural occurring antibiotic lactolin and has beneficial anti-microbial activities. This microbiotic is being studied for its efficacy against allergies and Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).
Lactobacillus salivarius (2%) is found in the mouth and in the small intestine. It has been shown to improve bleeding gums, tooth decay, bad breath, oral thrush and canker sores. L.salivarius produces B vitamins, enzymes and lactic acid, breaks down proteins and has strong anti-microbial effects which have been demonstrated clinically.
In a base of Micro-Crystalline Cellulose, Vegetarian Magnesium Stearate and Absorbic Acid.