Hepiflor contains 5 billion beneficial cultures/ sachet for rebalancing intestinal flora
The probiotic with 5 billion of beneficial cultures in each sachet, an impressive number of bacteria, so that your junior or your baby receives a large number of beneficial cultures necessary for the probiotic to be effective.
Studies have shown that for preventing the antibiotic-associated diarrhea, is recommended an amount of at least 5 billion
CFU / day.1
Hepiflor sachets has high viability due to resistance to gastric
acidity and bile salts
Probiotic strains should remain alive after passing through the stomach and the gastrointestinal until they reach the lower part of the small intestine
|Resistance to gastric acidity||Tolerance to bile salts|
|Lactobacillus Rhamnosus HA-111||no. of bacteria does not decrease after 3 hours, at the temperature of 37℃, at pH 3||ability to multiply in bile salts solution at 1% concentration|
|Bifidobacterium Infantis HA-116||no. of bacteria does not decrease after 3 hours, at the temperature of 37℃, at pH 4||ability to multiply in bile salts solution at 1% concentration|
|Lactobacillus acidophilus HA-122||no. of bacteria does not decrease after 3 hours, at the temperature of 37℃, at pH 3||ability to multiply in bile salts solution of up to 10% concentration|
These beneficial bacteria from Hepiflor sachets not only have the advantage of being present in a very large amount, but they also have high viability, because they are resistant to gastric acidity and bile salts, allowing them to reach a very large number in the intestine, where they exert their action.2
Hepiflor sachets contains Lactobacillus Rhamnosus - with ability to adhere to the epithelium and antimicrobial activity.
The L. Rhamnosus HA-111 probiotic has the ability to adhere to the intestinal and colon epithelium. In this way it is not eliminated by peristalsis and it exerts its antimicrobial activity.
Hepiflor sachets contains Lactobacillus rhamnosus 55%.3
Hepiflor sachets contains 3 carefully selected probiotic strains
One sachet contains 43 mg (5 billion CFU / sachet) of living cultures
|Living cultures||Percent composition|
CFU - Colony forming units
|Lactobacillus acidophilus||18.0 mg|
|Lactobacillus rhamnosus||15.0 mg|
|Bifidobacterium infantis||10.0 mg|
Hepiflor for babies and children may contain soybeans and milk-derived traces, so it is not recommended for people allergic to soybean and milk derivatives.
No preservatives and no gluten.
It has a neutral taste.
Who should take
Hepiflor sachets are recommended for children who are being treated with oral antibiotics to restore the balance of intestinal flora.
Hepiflor sachets are recommended for children with colic and digestive tract irritability for the relief of symptoms.
Hepiflor sachets are recommended for children with unbalanced intestinal motility (too soft or too frequent stools) for normalising and improving the general condition of the organism.
Recommendations for use
Hepiflor for babies and children is recommended in combination with oral antibiotherapy, for restoring the balance of the intestinal flora.
Hepiflor for babies and children helps to maintain and restore the intestinal balance in case of intestinal motility disorders, which may occur after the treatment with oral antibiotics (antibiotic-associated diarrhea).
Hepiflor for babies and children can help relieve colic and irritability of the digestive tract.
Hepiflor for babies and children contributes to the normalization of the intestinal motility and the improvement of the general condition of the organism.
Doses and way of administration:
For children under 1 year old, are recommended 1 sachet per day, at the beginning and throughout treatment with antibiotics, at least 2 hours after their administration.
The contents of the sachet should be diluted in a glass of milk, tea or warm water and consumed immediately.
Doses and way of administration:
For children over 1 year old, are recommended 1-2 sachets per day, at the beginning and during the treatment with antibiotics, at least 2 hours after their administration.
It is useful to continue the administration of Hepiflor for babies and children for one week after the end of the antibiotic treatment.
1.PLoS One, www.ploseone.org, April 2012, Volum 7, Issue 4, e34938
2.Data on file