Gut Bacteria

There are several billion bacteria living in our intestines that together make up our gut flora. These gut bacteria have a variety of properties and serve functions in our bodies that affect how we feel.

Good gut bacteria

The gut flora, which is also called the gut microbiota or microbiota, consists of both good and bad bacteria. However, in order for the gut flora to remain in balance and function properly, the majority of the bacteria need to be good bacteria. If the bad bacteria take over, the imbalance can create stomach and digestive problems and create inflammation in the body. Lactic acid bacteria are a common type of good bacteria, especially the bacterial strains Lactobacillus and Bifidus.

Good bacteria for the digestive system

Good bacteria serve a number of important functions in the body. In addition to the role they play in digestion, about 70 per cent of our immune system is in the gut. A new area of research that has gained a lot of attention also shows that there is a link between the gut flora and the brain.

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Bacteria & fibre for your gut

A Swedish health supplement to strengthen your gut flora
9/10 experience an improved effect on their health after 6 months or more

 20 years of clinical research by Professor Bengmark
 4 patented bacterial strains
 4 grams of gluten-free dietary fibres

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Synbiotic15

The starting point of good health is in the gut

Synbiotic15 is the best Swedish supplement to support and boost your gut health. One daily dose contains:

 15 billion lactic acid bacteria
4 patented bacterial strains
4 grams of gluten-free dietary fibres

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The right diet provides good gut bacteria

In order to care for your gut flora, it is important to feed the good bacteria by eating the right foods. The good bacteria’s favourite foods are prebiotics, also known as dietary fibre or simply fibre. Fibre is found in all types of unprocessed plant foods, so be sure to increase your intake of fruits, vegetables, legumes, nuts and seeds to provide your gut bacteria with the fuel it needs to thrive. Fermented vegetables, such as sauerkraut and kimchi, are also good foods to include in your diet as they contain both fibre and natural lactic acid bacteria.

Good gut bacteria as a dietary supplement

Factors such as stress, a low-fibre diet and too much sugar can upset the balance of the gut flora. In these cases, the most important thing to do is to try to find your way back to a gut-friendly diet, try to reduce stress, and strive to live as healthy a lifestyle as possible. It is also a good idea to complement your diet with dietary supplements such as probiotics and synbiotics.

A supplement for your gut health

Want more energy and less bloating? It might be time to take better care of your gut. To strengthen or restore the balance in your gut flora, it's important you feed your gut with a daily dose of pre- and probiotics. A healthy diet with lots of fruits and vegetables is usually sufficient. If you want an extra boost or make sure you get a daily dose of good bacteria, you can complement your diet with a supplement.

Why should you take Synbiotic15?

A daily dose of Synbiotic15 helps to boost your immune system, improve your digestion, prevent inflammation, strengthen your gut flora, improve your skin and take care of simple stomach problems. It's a powdered mix of 4 patented lactic acid bacteria and 4 grams of prebiotic fibres, which act as food for the good bacteria. Based on over 15 years of research, developed in Sweden and 100% natural.

Add it to your daily (morning) routine and stir it in water, mix it with your smoothie, or take it as is! Get started today. Buy Synbiotic15 now.

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