ARKOLEVURE capsules from ARKOPHARMA Laboratories will help balance and maintain the intestinal flora, so that it recovers its natural defences, thus strengthening the body's immune defences.
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What is Arkolevures from Arkopharma used for?
The role of probiotics is to help maintain the balance of the intestinal flora and stimulate the body's natural defences.
The intestinal microbiota is made up of a set of micro-organisms, through favorable bacteria that are located in the digestive tract , stomach and intestines. All these bacteria will be perfectly synergistic in order to multiply together and neutralize pathogenic bacteria that are harmful to the proper functioning of the intestinal flora . You should know that a good bacterial multiplication and an optimal balance of the flora, makes it possible to maintain and preserve the body's immune defenses in order to fight the various external attacks.
Arkolevures capsules will help strengthen your intestinal flora by providing a necessary balance in terms of bacteria, this product contains:
Probiotic Yeasts (Saccharomyces Boulardii)
One capsule contains 250 mg of Saccharomyces Boulardii, these are live micro-organisms, which improve intestinal health and well-being by balancing the microbial bacteria necessary for the proper functioning of the intestines.
Brewer 's Yeast is synthesized through the action of microscopic fungi found naturally on the skin of certain fruits as well as in beer wort.
One capsule contains 90 mg of inulin. This element comes from the chicory plant, which provides a prebiotic action to stimulate the growth of bacteria necessary and beneficial to intestinal function.
The capsules are probiotics that will maintain the balance of your intestinal flora and help strengthen your body's immune defenses.
How to properly use Arkolevures from Arkopharma?
The capsules are taken daily, preferably on an empty stomach (30 minutes before a meal):
For children from 3 to 7 years old: we recommend the Arkolevure® Sachets reference, better suited to young children.
Children from 7 years old : 1 capsule per day. Dilute the contents of the capsule, at mealtime, in a glass of water, yogurt or compote.
Adults : 1 capsule morning and evening to be taken with meals with a large glass of water.
You can also alternate this cure with ERGYPROTECT Comfort during digestive discomfort, particularly related to stress and for the maintenance of normal mucous membranes (including that of the intestine), in particular in the event of food intolerances .
What is the composition of Arkolevures from Arkopharma?
Arkolevures from Arkopharma is formulated with: Yeast Powder* Saccharomyces Boulardii, Inulin. Envelope of vegetable origin: Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose.
- Viable yeast.
What are the side effects and contraindications?
Internal use. Respect the dosage. Store in a clean, dry place away from heat, humidity and light. Always keep out of reach of children. Pregnant and breastfeeding women seek advice from a healthcare professional. A food supplement is not a medicine, it cannot replace a varied and balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle.
Arkolevures from Arkopharma comes in the form of a box of 10 or 30 capsules.
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