Probiotics and prebiotics

What they are used for and how to take them


What are probiotics?

Probiotics are live microorganisms that, when consumed in adequate amounts, can confer health benefits. These microorganisms are commonly bacteria and yeasts and are naturally present in the human gastrointestinal tract, forming our intestinal microbiota.

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What are prebiotics?

Prebiotics are components, present in many foods, but that the human being does not have the capacity to digest and, as a consequence, they reach the large intestine in a practically unaltered form where they will act as a nutrient for the beneficial bacteria we have there, favoring their growth and promoting, therefore, a healthy intestinal microbiota.

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Types of Probiotics

For whom and for what

vaginal probiotics for women

Probiotics for Women

To maintain our vaginal and intestinal health, with a balanced microbiota.

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Probiotics for Children

Keep your children’s intestinal microbiota balanced, avoiding diarrhea and other disorders.

One dog and one cat waiting to take probiotics for dogs and cats

Probiotics for Dogs and Cats

Your pets also need to keep their gut microbiota balanced.

Intestine along with a hand containing instestinal probiotics for microbiota.

Probiotics for Gut Health

Probiotics to keep our microbiome balanced and healthy

Yogurts and other natural products containing natural probiotics

Natural Probiotics

Probiotic foods that provide beneficial microorganisms for our microbiota

Various natural products rich in fiber and prebiotics


Dietary fiber that degrade beneficial microorganisms bringing health to our body.

Gut microbiota

What is the intestinal microbiota?

The gut microbiota, also known as the intestinal flora or gut microbiome, refers to the set of microorganisms that inhabit the gastrointestinal tract of humans and other animals. These microorganisms include bacteria, fungi and other microorganisms and play a key role in digestion, the immune system and overall health.

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Probiotics for diverticulitis

Probiotics for Diverticulitis: Benefits and Recommendations for Better Intestinal Health

Diverticulitis is a disease that affects the colon and is characterized by the formation of sacs in the mucosa. Conventional treatment involves antibiotics and changes in food and diet, but probiotics for diverticulitis may also be useful as they have been shown to be effective in the treatment of this disease.
How to take probiotics

How to take probiotics properly to improve your gut health

Probiotics can be found in fermented foods such as yogurts and certain cheeses, or in dietary supplements. In this article, we will explore the benefits of probiotics, how to take them correctly and answer some common questions about their use.
Apples with probiotics for weight loss

Probiotics for weight loss

In addition to all the known benefits of probiotics for the intestinal microbiota and, consequently, for the rest of the body, some probiotic strains have also shown their ability to control our body fat level and consequently control weight.

Oral Thrush Treatment

It is estimated that around 50% of the healthy population has this fungus in the oral cavity, being this percentage even higher as the age of the person advances, which causes this pathology to be increasingly important due to a life expectancy that continues to increase.

Vaginal flora o Vaginal microbiota

Vaginal Flora

The vaginal microbiota is a very important topic in women’s health. Although often overlooked, it plays a crucial role in balancing and protecting the reproductive system. In this article, we will explore the importance of the vaginal microbiota and how to keep it healthy
GRAS - Generally Recognized As Safe - GRAS List

GRAS List – Generally Recognized As Safe

GRAS is the acronym for Generally Recognized As Safe. It is a qualification issued by the American FDA for a food additive giving its approval to be used, but always considering a certain use.