Question & answer


What are probiotics?

Probiotics are drugs or biologically active food supplements, which contain added live microorganisms which are representatives of normal human microflora.

What take probiotics for?

The purpose of probiotics is to restore the disturbed balance of microorganisms that inhabit the various mucous membranes of man. That is, probiotics aims at the prevention and treatment of all kinds of dysbacteriosis and associated diseases.

Is it possible to overdose on probiotics?

In the human body, there are many of microorganisms. (For example, in the intestine contains up to 1012 microorganisms in 1 cm3.) Habitats of microorganisms on mucous integuments of the person, and the microorganism attaches to specific receptors. The number of such receptors is limited, so the microorganisms from probiotics, take only the amount of receptors that are free. Other probiotic microorganisms are not attached to the epithelium of the intestine remain in the gut and over time eliminated from the body. Thus, when taking a probiotic may not be an overdose of the drug and its prolonged use does not cause the “replacement effect” and other negative effects.

Lactospey® — what is it?

Lactospey® is probiotic, related to the category of biologically active additives to food. In the “Lactose” includes 5 billion live microorganisms beneficial for intestinal flora.

What is the advantage of Lactospey®?

The main role of bifidobacteria and lactobacilli in Lactospey® is that they:

All the microorganisms included in the “Lactose” meet the demands of the international community that apply to microorganisms that are part of the probiotics.

In some cases, it is necessary to apply Lactospey®?

Lactospey® needs to take in diarrhoea, flatulence, constipation, colitis, gastroenterocolitis (acute and chronic). Also, you need to take for dysbacteriosis in children and adults that occurs during treatment with antibiotics and chemotherapeutics, candidiasis, allergic condition, as well as for the prevention and treatment of imbalance of the intestinal microflora – dysbiosis (irritable bowel syndrome).