SymbioIntest® – the new nutritional supplement with fibre
- Contains resistant starch type 3
- Boosts butryic acid-producing bacteria in the intestine
- Feeds the intestinal mucosa via the bacterial butyric acid
- Does not cause bloating like other fibres
The term “fibre” originally indicated the capacity to enlarge the intestinal contents and thereby encourage intestinal movements and the transport of intestinal contents. A high intestinal content and rapid transport reduces the absorption of nutrients and harmful substances. For this reason, fibres can also have an impact on weight and “detoxify”. In addition, many fibres are nutrients for the natural bacteria in the intestine. Where fibres are particularly effective in promoting the growth of useful bacteria in the intestinal flora, specialists refer to them as “prebiotics“.