What is Synbiotic?

Synbiotic Supplement

Synbiotics are a mix of good bacteria (probiotics) and fibres (prebiotics). Put simply, fibres are food for the bacteria so that they can grow strong and multiply once they have reached the intestine.

About the gut and the gut flora

In your intestine there are about 100 trillion bacteria belonging to around 1000 different species/strains. That is ten times more bacteria than the number of cells in your body, so in that respect you are actually more a bacterium than a human being. Together, these microorganisms create our microbiome – in other words our gut flora. The gut flora should remain stable among healthy adults, however, it can be affected negatively by for example stress, illness, antibiotics, and an unhealthy diet. A balanced gut flora is crucial for several bodily functions, for instance, about 70 percent of our immune system is located in the gut.

How to take care of the gut bacteria

A healthy gut flora and good health in general rests on three foundational pillars – diet, exercise and stress management. These three components are connected, as for example regular exercise can help alleviate stress, and a calmer mind can aid in maintaining healthy habits. A varied diet consisting of lots of fruits and vegetables should be the foundation of a healthy lifestyle. For those who want an extra boost, supplementing with fibre and bacteria can be a good alternative.

1. Anti-inflammatory diet

In order for our good gut bacteria to flourish we need to provide them with the right food. A diet consisting of generous amounts of raw vegetables and fruits, nuts, seeds, legumes, as well as reducing the amount of meat in the diet, provides a healthy foundation for your gut flora.


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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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


2. Regular exercise

Daily movement can help us maintain a healthy weight, lower stress levels, and it can also contribute to an overall healthier lifestyle. 30 minutes of physical activity 5 days a week where the heart rate is raised and we get warm, is the minimum recommendation for general health.

3. Stress management

It is no news that our mental state can affect our physical health – especially when it comes to stress. To manage stressful periods in life, we can apply methods such as mindfulness, relaxation exercises, and walks in nature.

Synbiotics are a mix of good bacteria (probiotics) and fibres (prebiotics). The video below explains this further.

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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