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These bacteria strengthen the protective functions of children’s bodies by stimulating the immune
and digestive systems. They suppress the development of pathogenic bacteria, alleviate lactose
intolerance symptoms, and help prevent and stop diarrhea symptoms. It has been proved that they
have a role in increasing the absorption of calcium, which is indispensable for the development and
strengthening of young children’s bone systems.
This is one of the most important probiotic microorganisms which normally colonise in the small
intestines. They help maintain the good condition of the gastrointestinal tract during antibiotic
treatments. They also actively stimulate the immune system by decreasing children’s susceptibility
to infection and allergies (rhinitis and rash).
This type of lactic acid bacteria, originating from Bulgaria, are known for their beneficial
properties, worldwide. The daily intake of L.bulgaricus results in reducing intestinal infections
and putrefactive proceses through the production of acids, which decrease acidity in the
gastrointestinal tract. L.bulgaricus contribute to improving the absorption of dairy products and
production of natual antibiotic substances, which selectively suppress the development of
pathogenic bacteria. Furthermore, L.bulgaricus stimulate children’s immune systems and protect and
neutralise toxins and free radicals in the body.
One of the most important probiotic functions of S.thermophilus is associated with alleviating
symptoms of various gastrointestinal disorders. S.thermophilus is effectively involved in the
process of breaking down lactose (milk sugar). In those suffering from lactose intolerance, taking
S.thermophilus considerably helps treat this condition through the production of a significant
amount of an enzyme called lactase, which breaks down lactose. S.thermophilus also has a powerful
antioxidant action, protecting the body against free radicals resulting from stress, the intake of
antibiotics, and other chemicals and toxins. Furthermore, S.thermophilus has an anti-tumor action,
preventing nitrates from turning into carcinogenic compounds.
5) BIFIDOBACTERIUM BIFIDO
These populate any balanced digestive system.
Bifidobacterium bifido maintain healthy intestinal microbial flora, control and suppress the
development of pathogenic bacteria, support digestive processes, and boost the immune system.
6) BIFIDOBACTERIUM INFANTIS
These beneficial bacteria produce an acid that prevents the development and colonisation of
pathogenic microorganisms. They play a major role in the correct functioning of metabolism and
digestion of children. B.infantis restore intestinal balance and help in cases of bloating, gas
accumulation, diarrhorea, constipation, and stomach discomfort.
7) BIFIDOBACTERIUM LONGUM
These restore gastrointestinal flora damage due to antibiotic treatment and after infections
associated with Crohn’s disease or colitis. This strain of bacteria produces organic compounds
which increase acidity in the small intestines and prevent harmful bacteria from populating it.
B.longum support children’s immune protection functions and help prevent inflammatory processes,
allergies, constipation, diarrhorea, and lactase deficiency.