An innovative food supplement with pro- and prebiotics to support your immune system. It includes a high concentration of the natural bacteria of gastrointestinal microbiota. The food supplement’s influence is enhanced with the additional prebiotics and Vitamin C.
Includes 10 million bacterial cultures common to humans. Powder is soluble in the mouth and has a pleasant yoghurt flavour. Meravita probiotics are freeze-dried, which helps maintain the number of bacteria and keeps the product stable.
Use probiotics if:
you are constipated
your digestion is irregular
you are stressed
you eat a lot of junk food and consume carbonated drinks
you have recently undergone an antibiotic treatment
Suitable for adults and children of at least 1 year of age.
high probiotic concentration – one sachet includes 10 million living cultures
helpful in stressful times and in the presence of irregular digestion, constipation
4 types of cultures, oligosaccharides and vitamin C
the box contains 30 sachets containing yoghurt-flavoured powder that dissolves in your mouth
The recommended daily dosage is 1 sachet after a meal. The powder can be taken without water since it dissolves in your mouth. Do not exceed the daily recommended dosage.
If possible, store the product in the refrigerator. Keep in a dry, cool place (up to 25 degrees), away from the direct sunlight and out of reach of children.
Never use the food supplement to replace a varied and balanced diet. Having a varied and balanced diet alongside with a healthy lifestyle is very important!
Probiotics are living microbes that form a part of a human’s natural microflora. The term probiotic comes from Latin words pros and bio, which in translation means “for life”. The concept of probiotics was first used in 1965 by scientists D. M. Lilly and R. H. Stillwell, who stated that in addition to antibiotics there are substances secreted by one microorganism which do not impede but stimulate the growth of others.
Probiotics live in humans’ gastrointestinal tract, which can be viewed as a great ecosystem. It has been demonstrated that the bacteria residing in our gastrointestinal tract – microbiome – play an important role in the characteristics of the gastrointestinal tract and in our health-related wellbeing. From the immunity point of view, our intestines have an important role since there are approximately 60% of our immune cells. Probiotics influence the bacteria in the intestines so that they start increasing the number of useful anaerobic bacteria and influence the potentially pathogenic microorganisms so that their number reduces.
Prebiotics are different saccharides that support the growth of probiotic cultures in a human’s intestines. Prebiotics are used since they help to increase the number of useful bacteria in the large intestine and therefore enhance the positive characteristics of probiotics. Prebiotics are usually poly- and oligosaccharides.