Prebiotics Novaflor consist of plant substances that are fermented by the microflora of the large intestine, support and enhance the growth of beneficial bacteria and contribute to the restoration of normal functioning of the gastrointestinal tract and immunity.
Inulin and beta-glucan.
Recommendations for use
Novaflor are used as a preventive and curative remedy against viral infections. They contribute to the maximum recovery of the intestinal microflora and the body's defenses. Effects on the body of Novaflor tablets are felt after taking in 72 hours. Easily penetrating into the large intestine, prebiotics form a natural process of stool formation and beneficial bacteria. Normal bowel function contributes to normal blood pressure.
Novaflor is used
- for the prevention of diseases in the autumn and spring periods;
- during viral infections;
- during the course of antibiotics;
- after courses of receiving body cleansing, (after purification of the intestine by Purex phase 1);
- while dieting;
- at the broken mode of a food (to drivers, etc.);
- with physical exertion to athletes;
- with diabetes mellitus;
- with a high level of cholesterol in the blood;
- if there is a violation of the functions of the gastrointestinal tract;
- at a dysbacteriosis;
- for the recovery of microflora after surgery.
Method of application
Prevention 1 tablet once a day for 30 minutes before meals with a glass of water. Course 2 months in a row, at least 2 times a year. After taking Purex phase 1, it is recommended to take Novaflor and Biyovit Gold vitamins.
Adults take 1 tablet 2 times a day for 30 minutes before meals.
Children from 2 years ½ tablets once a day for 30 minutes before meals.
Children from 4 years 1 tablet 1 time per day for 30 minutes. Before meals.
Do not exceed the indicated dose.
Inulin is an organic substance from the group of polysaccharides that is found in such plants: in Jerusalem artichoke, chicory, elecampane, dandelion medicinal, white mug. In medicine it is used as a prebiotic. Sweet to the taste.
Beta-glucan is a complex polysaccharide, of plant origin, which has a strong effect on immunity. This immunomodulating agent is effective for the prevention and treatment of many diseases. As inulin, it is not subjected to enzymatic fragmentation in the gastrointestinal tract, but is transferred to the submucosa, where macrophages activate, and through them the lymphocytes (the main cells of the immune system) responsible for local immunity.