- What is Multibionta?
- What's in it?
- How does Multibionta work?
- Who should take Multibionta?
- How is it taken?
- Product variants
How does Multibionta work?
The importance of probiotics and the gut
As part of the digestive system, the gut (or intestine) is the functional headquarters of health. In fact, as the largest immune organ, about 70% of the immune system resides in the gut, so it’s important to promote good digestive health in order to boost immunity.
The gut directly determines the body’s natural powers of defence. It contains thousands of defence cells that protect against harmful intruders and bad bacteria. Probiotics, or “good bacteria” such as Bifidobacterium and Lactobacillus, support these defence cells in their important protective task. Probiotics work like a wall against harmful intruders in the gut and prevent unhealthy bacteria from taking refuge. They activate the immune system and thus strengthen the body’s own natural defences.
Multibionta Probiotic Multivitamins help maintain healthy gut flora and can help ensure that useful probiotic bacteria are present in the gut, and at the same time harmful bacteria are reduced or eliminated.
It's all about the combination
Multibionta offers a unique combination of probiotics, vitamins and minerals that all work together to strengthen the digestive and immune systems. Working together, the vitamins and minerals in Multibionta encourage the growth and survival of the probiotic cultures in the gut. Plus, a healthy gut flora is also capable of improving the absorption of certain minerals, and of producing specific vitamins. In fact, here are some specific ways in which the ingredients in Multibionta work together to activate your body’s natural defences:
- The combination of three different probiotic strains ensures protection along the entire length of the gut. Lactobacillus gasseri is active in the upper part of the gut, while the Bifidobacterium bifidum and Bifidobacterium longum exist mainly in the lower part of the gut.
- Probiotics and minerals have a synergistic action: probiotics can help the body better absorb certain minerals, including calcium, phosphorus and magnesium.
- Vitamins and minerals make excellent pairings, working together hand-in-hand in many parts of the body as co-enzymes, or to boost absorption of one-another. For example, vitamin C promotes the absorption of calcium and iron, while folic acid is of greater benefit to us if vitamin C is available at the same time.